TYPES OF CASINOS IN MICHIGAN
One of Michigan’s most popular casinos is actually located in Canada, Casino Windsor located in Ontario just across the river from downtown Detroit.
Casino Windsor has a minimum gambling age of 19, and pays all winnings in Canadian currency. The casino is open 24 hours and offers the following games: blackjack, poker, craps, Spanish 21, roulette, baccarat, mini-baccarat, pai-gow poker, Caribbean stud poker, three-card poker, big six wheel, and let it ride.
377 Riverside Drive East
Windsor, Ontario N9A 7H7
PRICES ARE IN CANADIAN DOLLARS
Toll-Free Number: (800) 991-7777
Room Reservations: (800) 991-8888
Rooms: 349 Price Range: $169-$259
Suites: 40 Price Range: $239-$760
Buffets: L-$20.99/$25.24 (Sun) D-$27.24/$30.24 (Fri/Sat)
Casino Size: 100,000 Square Feet
Overnight RV Parking: Check with security/RV Dump: No
Special Features: Entire casino is non-smoking. Buffet discount with players club card.
DETROIT, MICHIGAN CASINOS
The only casinos in Michigan, that are not on Native American reservations, are located in downtown Detroit. All three Detroit casinos are open 24 hours and offer the following games: blackjack, roulette, craps, pai gow poker, baccarat, mini-baccarat, three-card poker, Caribbean stud poker, let it ride, big 6 wheel, Mississippi stud, Spanish 21, and casino war.
Michigan state gaming laws do not require casinos in Detroit casinos to post slot machine payback statistics to the public.
All Detroit casinos have a minimum gambling age of 21 and offer free valet parking. Be sure to visit our Detroit casinos page to see a list of all casinos in Detroit.
NATIVE AMERICAN CASINOS IN MICHIGAN
Native American casinos in Michigan are not required by the state to release their slot machine payback percentages to the public. According to the Michigan Gaming Control Board, the slot machines must meet the same minimum standards that the machines in New Jersey or Nevada have. In New Jersey, the minimum return is 83% and in Nevada, it is 75%. Therefore, Michigan Native American casinos must have a return of at least 75%, in order to comply with the state gaming laws.
Unlike the casinos in Michigan, in many states the slot machine payback statistics for that particular state’s casinos are released as a matter of public record. Just click here to see a list of slot machine payback statistics for casinos in all U.S. states.
All Native American casinos in Michigan are open 24 hours and offer games such as: blackjack, poker, Caribbean stud poker, three-card poker, four-card poker, roulette, craps, Spanish 21, baccarat, mini-baccarat, let it ride, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, Mississippi stud, keno, bingo, slots, and video poker.
Many Native American casinos in Michigan offer a hotel. Be sure to use our list of all Michigan casinos at the bottom of this page to find which casinos have hotels.
All five Kewadin casinos have a minimum gambling age of 19, as well as the Odawa casino resort located in Petoskey. The minimum gambling age is 21 at all other Indian casinos except for the following: Ojibwa, Ojibwa II, Island Resort, Leelanau Sands, Lac Vieux, Turtle Creek, and Soaring Eagle. The seven casinos listed have a minimum gambling age of 18.
For more information on Michigan casinos, or general tourism information, call the state’s department of tourism at (800) 543-2937 or go to www.michigan.org
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Shown below is a list of all Michigan casinos. Click on a casino name to see a page of detailed information about that particular casino.
- Bay Mills Resort & Casino
- Caesars Windsor
- Firekeepers Casino
- Four Winds Casino – Dowagiac
- Four Winds Casino – Hartford
- Four Winds Casino – New Buffalo
- Greektown Casino
- Gun Lake Casino
- Island Resort & Casino
- Kewadin Casino – Christmas
- Kewadin Casino – Hessel
- Kewadin Casino – Manistique
- Kewadin Casino – St. Ignace
- Kewadin Casino Hotel – Sault Ste. Marie
- Kings Club Casino
- Leelanau Sands Casino
- Little River Casino Resort
- MGM Grand Detroit Casino
- Motor City Casino & Hotel
- Northern Waters Casino
- Odawa Casino Resort – Petoskey
- Odawa Casino – Mackinaw City
- Ojibwa Casino – Marquette
- Ojibwa Casino Resort – Baraga
- Saganing Eagles Landing Casino
- Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
- Turtle Creek Casino & Hotel
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For more information on visiting Michigan casinos, or general tourism information, call the state’s department of tourism at (800) 543-2937 or go to www.michigan.org
TOP THINGS TO DO IN MICHIGAN
Michigan is among the most visited destinations in the United States. There are numerous activities to try out, attractions to visit and diverse landscapes to explore. There are many natural attractions to explore like the shores of the Great Lakes where you will find freshwater dunes and coastal habitats that are far from the sea. The state is also filled with museums, iconic landmarks and buildings that you can visit. Some of the best things to do in Michigan are listed below.
This island is a great place to go if you want to gain insight into the history of the state and also experience a simpler way of life. The best thing to do on the island is to stroll around the shops of the old town or explore the island on a horse-drawn carriage, because cars are not allowed on the island. You can visit Fort Mackinac or thе Mackinac Brіdgе that соnnесtѕ thе Lower Pеnіnѕulа аt Mасkіnаw Cіtу tо thе Upper Pеnіnѕulа аt St. Ignасе. The bridge is among the longest suspension bridges in the world. Make sure you also visit the Mackinac Bridge Museum where you will find fascinating artifacts from the construction of the Mighty Mac.
Pictured Rocks National Seashore
This attraction is located on the south shore of Lake Superior and it is named after the colors of copper, manganese oxide and iron that are found in the rocks. The Pictured Rocks National Seashore offers a picturesque landscape which features a mix of dunes, beaches, cliffs, and rocky shoreline. This is a great place to go if you want to enjoy outdoor activities like camping, hiking, and boating. You can also come here during the winter and try out activities like snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. You can also head to the Grand Island National Recreation Area which is a great place to go for outdoor lovers.
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
This park offers a diverse landscape where visitors can enjoy the synthesis of art and nature. The park houses outdoor gardens including a children’s garden, traditional foliage, serene Japanese Garden with twin waterfalls, and a Butterfly Maze. You can also go sightseeing at the Lena Meijer Conservatory which is a five-story tropical environment which houses numerous rare and exotic plants. If you are lucky to visit between March and April, you will get to enjoy the magnificent metamorphosis of Monarch butterflies turning from caterpillar to this delicate insect. The gardens are accented with sculptures throughout the indoor and outdoor spaces of the park.
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and Lake Michigan
Lake Michigan is the third largest of the Great Lakes. You can visit the Michigan Maritime Museum located in South Haven to get detailed information about the importance of the lake. You can also go on a boat tour here. You can also visit the lake’s islands like the Manitou islands and the Beaver Island Archipelago. The highlight of Manitou island is the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore which is popularly known for its expansive dunes that are located on the headlands along the shoreline. The park is filled with many hiking trails that you can explore, and you can also go for a drive on the Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive.
Isle Royale National Park
This park can be found in northwestern Lake Superior close to the Canadian frontier. The park is shaped by the Ice Age glaciers and it is dotted with numerous dense forests, lakes and streams. There is a diverse wildlife population including foxes, otters, moose, wolves, herring gulls, ospreys and falcons. The park is a perfect place to go if you are looking for a remote wilderness experience. The best way to explore the park is by trekking on hiking trails or taking a boat trip. You can only get access to this island by boat or seaplane.
This zoo offers a magnificent variety of animals in numerous habitats that represent all the regions of the world. The zoo houses African animals in both forest and grassland habitats and features family favorites like lions, primates, giraffes, and lemurs. The arctic habitat houses animals like polar bears and penguins. You can also visit the exotic Asian Forest where you will find Amur tigers and red pandas or the North American habitats filled with wolverines, bears, and bald eagles. The zoo also features reptile and amphibian centers, a fine art collection, and an aviary that you can explore. A great way to explore the zoo is by a miniature Tauber Family Railroad that has been in operation since 1931.