Minnesota Attractions

Minnesota Casinos

Visit Minnesota Casinos for an exciting gambling experience

Minnesota casinos Minnesota casinos are an attraction in their own right, given the large number of people streaming into the state around the year, to sample them. Casinos in this area offer visitors an exciting getaway from other crowded cities popular with lavish gambling venues.

In this state, almost all casinos are established on reservation land and are therefore located in the relatively quiet outskirts of big cities and in small towns.

There is a total of about 20 casinos in Minnesota, all owned by Native Americans. Besides the regular gambling options available in other casinos around the country, they have additional facilities and amenities that include hotels, recreational facilities and shopping stores where visitors can find original Indian arts and crafts. Different casinos have different facilities and are also managed differently. Besides the amenities that are part of the casinos, there is a wide variety of attractions in the surrounding areas that visitors can sample when not gambling.

Only the blackjack and poker table games are permitted in Minnesota. The games available in all the casinos include video slots, video keno and video poker as well as blackjack. Additional games in different casinos may include bingo, poker, three-card poker and Caribbean stud poker, among others. Some of the casinos are open 24 hours and only persons over 18 years of age are allowed to gamble. The Fond Du Luth casino, located in downtown Duluth is one of the most popular casinos in the state and the legal gambling age here is 21 years.

The most popular casinos in Minnesota include the Grand Casino Hinckley and the Grand Casino Mille Lacs which are two of the largest casinos in the state. Treasure Island Casino, Fortune Bay Resort Casino and Mystic Lake casino are also very popular. Each one of these casinos have varied number of slot machines as well as gambling rooms some of which are set aside for non-smokers. Basically, casinos in this area strive to make their visitors as comfortable as possible and whatever your reservations, the casinos will ensure you are well catered for.

During operating hours, Minnesota casinos have dining services that include buffets, gourmet dining rooms, cafes and coffee houses in addition to snack bars and delis. There are bars and lounges that operate in the gaming areas, ensuring that gamblers do not run short of drinks and beverages, usually served by cocktail waitresses. Besides hotels, casinos also have campgrounds with the necessary amenities and services including electricity, water, public restrooms and showers. Campgrounds that are a long distances from the casinos have shuttle services to transport visitors to and from the casinos.

Regular gamblers who frequent Minnesota casinos may consider obtaining membership in players clubs. They will then be given membership cards which will entitle them to certain offers that casinos may extend to their card holders.

There are a good number of casinos that are ideal for family vacations. Most casino locations in the state have various other recreational activities that families can engage in together such as swimming, sight seeing and many indoor games.

Some seasons of the year receive larger numbers of visitors to casinos than others such as during the summer when Minnesota is abuzz with tourists who want to indulge in the plenty of activities the state has to offer. It is advisable to make your reservations and bookings in advance, in any of the Minnesota casinos you want to visit. So have a joyous time planning your next casino vacation, and good luck.

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