Types of Casinos in Wisconsin
All casinos in Wisconsin are located on Native American reservations.
Shown below is a list of all Wisconsin Indian casinos. Click on a casino name to see a page of detailed information about that particular casino.
- Bad River Lodge Casino
- Grindstone Creek Casino
- Ho Chunk Gaming – Black River Falls
- Ho Chunk Gaming – Madison
- Ho Chunk Gaming – Nekoosa
- Ho Chunk Gaming – Tomah
- Ho Chunk Gaming – Wisconsin Dells
- Ho Chunk Gaming – Wittenberg
- IMAC Casino/Bingo
- Lake of the Torches Resort Casino
- LCO Casino, Lodge & Convention Center
- Legendary Waters Casino & Resort
- Menominee Casino Resort
- Mole Lake Casino & Lodge
- North Star Mohican Casino Resort
- Oneida Casino Main-Airport
- Oneida Casino West Mason
- Potawatomi Carter Casino and Hotel
- Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
- St. Croix Casino Danbury
- St. Croix Casino – Hertel Express
- St. Croix Casino Turtle Lake
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Details on Indian Casinos in Wisconsin
There are a total of 22 Indian casinos in Wisconsin and 12 of them have hotels.
The casinos in Wisconsin are spread pretty evenly throughout the state. There are several casinos in western Wisconsin located in Danbury, Turtle Lake, Hayward, and Webster.
In northern Wisconsin there are casinos located in Lac du Flambeau, Bayfield and Odanah. There are no casinos in Wisconsin Dells, but there is a casino located in Baraboo about 10 miles away.
The Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in downtown Milwaukee is largest casino in Wisconsin. It has a sprawling 19-story hotel that features 381 guest rooms, and 16 lavish suites. It boasts a 150,000 square-foot casino, six restaurants, and a fast-food court.
All Wisconsin casinos offer slots, video poker, and blackjack. Some casinos also offer: poker, roulette, craps, Mississippi stud, mini baccarat, pai gow poker, three card poker, four card poker, let it ride, ultimate Texas hold ‘em, bingo, big 6 wheel, keno, and off-track betting.
All casinos in Wisconsin are open 24 hours and the minimum gambling age is 21, but the minimum age to play bingo is only 18.
Slot Machine Payback Percentages at Wisconsin Indian Casinos
Casinos in Wisconsin are not required to provide information on the payout percentages of their slot machines to the public. Though the actual percentages are not provided, according the compact between the Tribes and the state, games such as slot machines, must have a minimum payout of 80% and a maximum of 100% of the amount wagered.
Though Wisconsin casinos do not provide payback statistics for their casinos, many states do release them as a matter of public record. Click here to see a list of slot machine payback statistics for casinos in all U.S. states.
Wisconsin Sports Betting
Sports betting is available at Wisconsin Tribal casinos and it was first launched on November 30, 2021. Be sure to check each individual casino’s listing page to see if it offers sports betting. The minimum age for sports betting in Wisconsin is 21.
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TOP THINGS TO DO IN WISCONSIN
Wisconsin is bordered by Lakes Michigan and Superior and it offers a wide range of landscapes that you can explore. The northern and western region is surrounded by large expanses of hills which are great for hiking and mountain biking and lowlands in the south and east feature expansive dairy farms. To enjoy the cultural attractions in the state, you may want to head to the two largest cities: Madison and Milwaukee. Wisconsin is a hotspot for outdoor enthusiasts as you can try out varieties of activities like fishing, boating, biking, hiking, and so on. Some of the best places to visit in the state are listed below.
Cave of the Mounds
This cave can be found close to the Blue Mounds. It is a designated National Natural Landmark and it is usually called the jewel box of caves in North America. Cave of the Mounds is popularly known for its enchanting limestone formations which design its interior. This cave was accidentally discovered in 1939 by quarry workers when they were blasting the rocks. In this cave, you will get to see stunning limestone stalactites. The best thing about the cave is that it is equipped with walkways and lights to guide and show the natural beauty of the cave.\
The closest casino to this attraction is Ho Chunk Gaming – Wisconsin Dells.
This is a small town located on Lake Winnebago in the northwestern part of Milwaukee and it is popularly known for the “OshKosh B’Gosh”line of kids’ clothing, as well as for the very popular world’s airshow circuit. The town is known as the largest meeting of aviators in the world and the airshow is held here every summer since 1970. This weeklong event makes the Oshkosh control tower the busiest on the planet and it attracts half a million tourists. This is the place to be if you love aircraft and flying as you will enjoy thrilling aerobatic displays and also see vintage and contemporary military aircraft. Other highlights of the event include nighttime flying displays and educational workshops. For the more adventurous, you can pay an extra fee to enjoy numerous aircraft rides, including aboard a huge B-17 bomber. You can also visit the EAA AirVenture Museum which houses a collection of more than 200 aircraft.
The closest casino to this attraction is Oneida One-Stop Packerland.
Wisconsin State Capitol
This Wisconsin State Capitol was completed in 1917 and it features a magnificent 284-foot-high dome which is just three feet shy of the Capitol building in Washington. The best thing is that you can join the free hour-long tours where you will get to see its fascinating interiors such as the exquisite marble work, large murals, and elegant rotunda. You are also going to find a fascinating museum where you will get an insight into the history of the building on the sixth floor. You should also make sure you visit the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center where you will get one of the best views of the capitol.
The closest casino to this attraction is Ho Chunk Gaming – Madison.
Interstate State Park
This park consists of two state parks (Minnesota and Wisconsin) and they are divided by the Dalles of the St. Croix River. You are going to be mesmerized by its raw beauty with its striking rock formations. Some of the best things to do here are to wander around the western terminus of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail or the Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway. Some of the other things available to visitors are swimming at the beach and climbing the cliffs that surround the river. There are also numerous camping sites that you can visit. The highlight of the park is the eight miles of hiking trails which will surely leave you breathless.
The closest casino to this attraction is St. Croix Casino Turtle Lake.
Milwaukee Art Museum
This museum is among the largest art museums in the United State. It was founded in 1872 when the port town had limited capacity to house art exhibitions and it was declared a museum in 1957. The museum houses more than 35,000 art pieces in 4 floors and the collections ranges from the ancient times to the present day. The museum is a great spot for art lovers of any kind as you will find diverse collections to explore. Some of the best collections not to miss in the museum are American decorative arts, Haitian Art, and German Expressionism.
The closest casino to this attraction is Potawatomi Hotel & Casino.
This is a city located in south-central Wisconsin and it got its name from the Dells of the Wisconsin River. The city is a famous Midwestern tourist destination to visit for all kinds of tourists due to its sandstone formations and mind-blowing river scenery. There are lots of activities that you can try out in the city from going on a boating tour of the magnificent sandstone formations and gorge, or just have some fun at the numerous waterparks located in the city. You can also join a duck tour or hike the miles of wilderness trails.
The closest casino to this attraction is Ho Chunk Gaming – Wisconsin Dells.
How many casinos are in Wisconsin?
There are currently 22 casinos located in Wisconsin. • Bad River Lodge Casino • Grindstone Creek Casino • Ho Chunk Gaming – Black River Falls • Ho Chunk Gaming – Madison • Ho Chunk Gaming – Nekoosa • Ho Chunk Gaming – Tomah • Ho Chunk Gaming – Wisconsin Dells • Ho Chunk Gaming – Wittenberg • IMAC Casino/Bingo • Lake of the Torches Resort Casino • LCO Casino, Lodge & Convention Center • Legendary Waters Casino & Resort • Menominee Casino Resort • Mole Lake Casino & Lodge • North Star Mohican Casino Resort • Oneida Casino Main-Airport • Oneida Casino West Mason • Potawatomi Carter Casino and Hotel • Potawatomi Hotel & Casino • St. Croix Casino Danbury • St. Croix Casino – Hertel Express • St. Croix Casino Turtle Lake
What is the gambling age in Wisconsin?
In Wisconsin, the minimum gambling age is 21 years old, but the minimum age to play bingo is 18 years old.