Indian Casinos in Minnesota
Casinos are well-known gambling facilities throughout the world. Although in some countries, casinos are not legally recognized, there are a number of countries where casinos operate legally.
In the United States (U.S.), casinos are legally allowed to operate. In fact, the casino industry plays a big role in the economy of the U.S. Since U.S. is a big country, we will be focusing our discussion on only one U.S. state. Moreover, we will be tackling casinos that are owned by Indian organizations.
In this regard, let us take a look at several Indian casinos that operate legally in Minnesota.
In Carlton, Minnesota, you will find the Black Bear Casino. The tribal organization that owns this Indian casino is the Fond du Lac Band of the Lake Superior Chippewa. Its gaming space features 150 video poker machines, 1,250 video slot machines, and 46 video keno machines. This gambling facility also boasts of its three restaurants, namely, Black Bear Grill, Lady Slipper Lounge, and Skywalk Café.
In Granite Falls, Minnesota, you will find the Firefly Creek Bingo facility. It is an Indian casino owned by the Upper Sioux Community. Its bingo area has more than 300 seats, and its Poker room is a non-smoking area with 25 video gaming machines, pull tabs, and a café.
We also recommend Fortune Bay Resort Casino which is located in Tower, Minnesota. The casino features a 300-seat bingo hall, 480 slot machines, 12 blackjack tables, an automated teller machine, check cashing services, a gift shop, a sports bar, and a deli. The amenities of the resort include, but not limited to, 118 deluxe rooms and suites, a full-service restaurant, a convention center, and an indoor swimming pool.
In Hinckley, Minnesota, you will find the Grand Casino Hinckley. It is an Indian Casino that features slot machines, a large non-smoking area, blackjack tables, an amphitheater, five restaurants, a convention center, a lounge, and hotels, among others. The management of this Indian casino also offers free valet parking, shuttle service, and pet kennel to its customers.
We also recommend locals and tourists of legal age to visit the Grand Casino Mille Lacs in Onamia, Minnesota. This Indian casino is open daily for 24 hours. The size of the gaming space is 68,000 square feet, which features 32 table games and 1,904 gaming machines. Among the table games played in this gambling facility are Poker and Blackjack. The facility also boasts of its five restaurants and two hotels, namely, Eddy’s Lake Mille Lacs Resort and Grand Casino Mille Lacs Hotel.
These are only some of the casinos in Minnesota that are owned by Indian organizations. There are more, including Grand Portage Lodge & Casino in Grand Portage, Minnesota, Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel in Morton, Minnesota, and Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Prior Lake, Minnesota.
We encourage you to visit these Indian casinos and appreciate the beauty of these establishments that play a big role in terms of contributing to the economy of Minnesota.