How to Tour Minnesota Casinos
Most of the tourists go to Las Vegas to enjoy the casino and gambling scene. However, if you have already visited Las Vegas or want to be a little different, you can plan a tour to Minnesota’s casinos. There are more than 15 wonderful casinos in Minnesota, but all of them are all operated on Indian Reservations by 11 tribes. Some of them have large complexes with gaming, lodging and entertainment; whereas, others are small venues. In Minnesota, the legal gambling age is 18 but most of the casinos do not serve drinks to people who are under 21.
Treasure Island Resort & Casino
As you travel through Minnesota, you will realise that the tropics are closer than you think. You can spend a couple of days at Treasure Island Resort and Casino. You can indulge yourself in various activities there, such as playing poker, bingo or slots. Enjoy a show in the evening, see the hotel and have a buffet at dinner.
Jackpot Junction in Morton is in the center of Minnesota, having two floors of entertainment and gaming. A band always performs in the Lounge, so if you are tired of gambling, you can take a break and relax in the Lounge or watch a show. You can arrange your stay near Dacotah Ridge Golf Club at the casino’s hotel.
Mystic Lake Casino
In the suburbs of the Twin Cities, you can visit the Mystic Lake Casino in Prior Lake. This casino offers various options like gaming tables, slot machines, a large hotel, golf packages and some delicious dining facilities.
North of Minnesota
If you wish to visit the north as well, you can go to the Grand Casino in Hinckley and Mille Lacs. Both these casinos are located in the north of Minnesota. You can stay in the hotel rooms of the casinos and enjoy slot machines, spas and much more.
If you go further to the north of Minnesota, you must visit the Fortune Bay Resort and Casino. If you keep going further, the highway will lead you close to Canada. There are some wonderful casinos near the border, which offer fishing, golfing and a number of other fun activities.