The Luck of the Draw: Wisconsin Casinos
Last Updated: 3/19/2013
Step into a Wisconsin casino and the atmosphere is magic. The bright lights, the sounds, the excitement that spreads across game floor – there’s nothing like it. With 23 million visits each year, Wisconsin casinos are some of the hottest spots in the state. But what makes ours unique is that our 28 casinos are owned by 11 Wisconsin American Indian Tribes. If you love rolling the dice as much as we do, don’t leave these places off your list.
Variety is the spice of life at Ho-Chuck, and it starts with their six locations. Visit Black River Falls, Madison, Nekoosa, Tomah, Wisconsin Dells, or Wittenberg for the ultimate gaming experience. We have an affinity for their Wisconsin Dells location: A day at a waterpark can be followed by a night at the tables. Enjoy world-class entertainment, dining at one of their five restaurants, or massages to melt your stress away.
Potawatomi Bingo Casino in Milwaukee
Bigger is always better when it comes to casinos, and Potawatomi is the mother of them all. With 3,100 slot and video machines, a 1,300-seat bingo hall, and 100 table games, entertainment abounds. Games aside, their 500-seat theater hosts big-name performers like Ringo Starr and Bret Michaels. And if you’re in the mood for high dining, don’t miss Dream Dance Steak, one of Milwaukee’s most highly regarded restaurants.
Oneida Bingo and Casino in Green Bay
Besides a certain football team and its fabled stadium, this casino is one of the biggest attractions in the Green Bay area. This expanded modern gaming complex also includes a 300-room hotel and convention center that’s hosted talent from Blues Traveler to David Cassidy. In addition to the popular table games and slot machines, check the events calendar for poker tournaments, night owl bingo and more.
Menominee Casino Resort in Keshena
This resort boasts more than games. With a 13,000-square-foot convention center and banquet hall big enough to host 600 guests, Menominee is a destination for weddings, the biggest of parties, concerts, and conferences. Stay the weekend in one of 100 newly renovated luxury hotel rooms. With bingo, blackjack, slots, three-card poker, craps, and more, you’ll be entertained for days.
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