How to use our South Dakota casino map
You can easily see all casino locations by using our South Dakota casinos map.
South Dakota Casinos Map Key:
Red Icon: Casino location
Green Number: Cluster of Casinos in close proximity to each other (clicking the green icon will zoom in the map)
Zoom features: In the upper left corner of the map is a (+/-) symbol
- + (Plus)- Zoom In
- – (Minus)- Zoom Out
Layer features: In the upper right corner of the map is a ( /// ) symbol. Click on it to show the following display options:
- Roadmap: The map will feature all roads and streets.
- Hybrid: The map will feature all roads and streets on an overhead satellite image.
- Satellite: The map will feature an overhead satellite image.
- Terrain: The map will feature all roads and streets on a topographic image.
To scroll the map of casinos in South Dakota, move your mouse icon over the map. The icon will then appear as a hand. Click and hold the left mouse button and the hand will “grab” the map. While the button is depressed (the hand will be closed) drag the map in any direction you would like the map to move.
The red icons on the map represent a casino location. Click on any red icon on the map to see the name of the casino at that location. If you would like more information, click on the casino’s name in blue and it will forward you to a new page with detailed information on that casino including: address, phone number, website, toll-free phone number, room rates, casino size, games offered, dining information, any special features, and availability of discounts for seniors.
Casinos in South Dakota
There are several types of casinos in South Dakota. First, bars and taverns are allowed to have up to 10 video lottery terminals (VLT’s) that offer the following games: poker, keno, blackjack and bingo. These machines are the same as regular video gaming devices but are called lottery terminals because they are regulated by the state’s lottery commission which receives a share of each machine’s revenue. The maximum bet is $2 and the maximum payout allowed is $1,000.
Deadwood, South Dakota Casinos
Deadwood was once most famous for being the home of Wild Bill Hickok who was shot to death while playing cards in the No. 10 Saloon. The hand he held was two pairs: black aces and black eights, which is now commonly referred to as a “dead man’s hand.” Wild Bill is buried in the local cemetery, along with another local celebrity: Calamity Jane.
Native American Casinos in South Dakota
In addition to the Deadwood casinos, there are also nine Indian casinos in South Dakota. These casinos are also subject to the $1,000 maximum bet restrictions. No information is available concerning the payback percentages on gaming machines at Native American casinos in South Dakota.
Want to See an Alphabetical List of All Casinos in South Dakota?
Check out our South Dakota casinos page to see an alphabetical list of every casino in that state.