Thrilling games, luxury accommodations and top-notch entertainment are all available at Wisconsin’s 19 Native American casinos.
Welcoming to groups, they often provide group discounts on lodging and offer plenty of table games and amenities to please even the non-gamers in your group.
Menominee Casino Resort in Keshena, northwest of the Green Bay area, is an all-in-one destination for gaming groups that boasts more than 33,000 square feet of casino space. Guests will enjoy the delicious options from the Forest Island Restaurant, which specializes in pressurefired chicken and steaks, and the gaming floor that includes 850 slots and extensive table game options.
The beautiful northwoods setting for Legendary Waters Resort & Casino near Bayfield showcases dazzling views of the Apostle Islands. Inside, you’ll find state-of-the-art slot machines, ample conference space and luxurious rooms that overlook Buffalo Bay. Outdoor amenities include an adjacent campground and RV park for those who prefer a rustic stay, and a marina available for adventures on Lake Superior.
The 98-room Potawatomi Carter Casino & Hotel in Wabeno features over 500 slots, a pool area with whirlpool spa and tempting menus from the Springs Restaurant & Lounge and Flames Sports Bar & Grill. The 242-seat bingo hall is popular with groups, offering exciting games five days a week and neon-themed Black Light Bingo on select evenings.
Six Ho-Chunk Gaming locations throughout the state ensure you can complement your group’s itinerary with gaming action no matter the region. Whether you prefer the water parks of the Wisconsin Dells or boutiques of Madison, you’re sure to find quality Ho-Chunk gaming nearby. All offer penny slots, keno lounges, video poker consoles and on-site casual dining options.
The largest Native American-owned casino in the Midwest, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in Milwaukee features 3,000 slot machines, 100-plus table games and live music in the Northern Lights Theater. Six million guests annually visit to experience the 1,200-seat bingo hall, 381-room hotel tower and d Potawatomi in Milwaukee has 3,000 slot machines. dining options that range from Italian to seafood.