Indian Casinos in Wisconsin

Casinos are gambling facilities existing all over the world. There are countries where casinos are not allowed to operate legally. There are those that allow casinos and other gambling facilities to legally operate and contribute to the economy.

In the United States (U.S.), there are numerous casinos and gambling facilities existing. In fact, a number of these casinos are owned by Indian organizations. In this regard, we would like to focus our discussion on the existence of Indian casinos in the state of Wisconsin.

Let us take a look at several Indian casinos operating in this state.

In Odanah, Wisconsin, we recommend locals and tourists of legal age to visit the Bad River Lodge & Casino. It has a gaming space of 74,000 square feet owned by the Bad River Band of Chippewa Indians. The features of this facility include 4 table games, 500 slot machines, a 50-room hotel, and two restaurants, namely, Snack Bar and Manomin Restaurant.

The Dejope Bingo and Entertainment facility is an Indian casino located in Madison, Wisconsin. Owned by the Ho-Chunk Nation, the size of its gaming space is 22,000 square feet which features 1,100 gaming machines. It boasts of its restaurant called the Lunch Buffet.

We also recommend you to visit the Grindstone Creek Casino in Hayward, Wisconsin. It is open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. This Indian casino features 88 gaming machines, and allows customers who are 18 years old and above.

In Baraboo, Wisconsin, you will find the Ho-Chunk Casino, Hotel & Convention Center. It is an Indian casino that is open daily for 24 hours, except during Christmas day. The size of its gaming space is 94,480 square feet that features 46 table games and 2,427 gaming machines. This facility also boasts of its 315-room hotel, four restaurants, and two bars.

Another Indian casino located in Wisconsin is the Hole-in-the-Wall Casino and Hotel. Situated in Danbury, its 22,500-square foot gaming space has 12 table games and 330 gaming machines. Among the table games played in this Indian casino are Craps, Roulette, and Blackjack. The facility also has a 41-room hotel and three restaurants, namely, Happy Snapper Bar, Loose Change Café and The Saloon. This Indian casino is owned by the St. Croix Chippewa.

The Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa owns the Isle Vista Casino located in Bayfield, Wisconsin. From Sundays to Wednesdays, this Indian casino is open from 10 a.m. till midnight, and from Thursdays to Saturdays, it is open from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. The size of its gaming space is 15,000 square feet. It has such features as 3 table games and 244 gaming machines. The facility also houses an American restaurant called the Grill.

The abovementioned gambling facilities are only some of the Indian casinos legally operating in Wisconsin. We recommend both locals and tourists of legal age to visit these Indian casinos that contribute to the economy of Wisconsin. Moreover, we want you to witness the enjoyment that these gambling facilities offer customers.

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