Wisconsin is a favorite Midwest locale, because of its blend of outdoor and indoor activities that are fun for just about anybody. This large state boasts the city of Milwaukee, the beauty of the Great Lakes and Green Bay, and is the home of the National Football League’s Green Bay Packers. Finally, Wisconsin is also home to a bevy of casinos. There are at least ten different Wisconsin casinos within the state and each boasts its own slate of amenities.
The Bad River Lodge & Casino, located in Odanah, features slot machines, table games, video poker and more. This Wisconsin casino is on the Bad River Chippewa Reservation and boasts a restaurants and a hotel.
The Ho-Chunk Casino, located in Baraboo, is similar to the Bad River Casino. It also features a smattering of table games, video poker and slot machines. This Wisconsin casino is run by the Ho-Chunk tribe and features a bingo hall, which is a profitable amenity. This is one of the several Wisconsin casinos that offer dining and hotel accommodations. The Rainbow Casino, located in Nekoosa, is similar to this facility with offerings of video poker, table games and slots. It is also a Ho-Chunk Casino, as is the Majestic Pines Casino Bingo & Hotel, located in Black River Falls.
The Oneida Bingo & Casino is located in Green Bay. This is one of the larger Wisconsin casinos, referring to itself as the largest facility in the entire state. This Wisconsin casino is actually made of two different complexes – one of which is referred to the as the “old” casino and one that is called the “new” casino. This mega-casino features dining and entertainment options as well as a separate “poker room” where numerous tournaments are held year-round.
The St. Croix Casino & Hotel, located in Turtle Lake, is owned and operated by the St. Croix Tribe. This large facility is open all night, seven days a week and features more than 1,000 slot machines. There are also table games, with poker being a specialty of this Wisconsin casino. Dining and assorted entertainment is also an option at this Wisconsin casino.
There are a number of other Wisconsin casinos that are scattered around the state. Many feature numerous amenities and most are own by Native American tribes that inhabit lands around the Wisconsin casinos. However different each one of them is, they are great places to dine, gamble and just have a good time.