Opening in 1991, the Potawatomi is a Native American casino in Milwaukee, owned and operated by the Forest County Potawatomi Community. A 2008 expansion saw the casino being able to run 60 table games and house 3,000 slot machines.
Located on the banks of the St. Croix River, this tribal owned casino certainly packs a punch.
Located 150 miles from Minneapolis in central Wisconsin, this casino packs a punch in what it offers. 3,800 square feet of gaming floor holds many attractions, including a 480 seat bingo hall which runs bingo 6 days a week.
Situated on the shores of the gigantic Lake Superior, this casino has lots to offer. It has 400 state-of-the-art slots, video poker and keno machines, including multi-denomination slots that can take bets from $0.
Gambling is relatively common in the Badger State, with nearly two dozen tribal casinos, legal pari-mutuel wagering; a lottery; and fantasy sports. Wisconsin once had as many as five racetracks hosting dog and horse races, but all are long gone.