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Wisconsin Casino Guide

Online Casinos in Wisconsin

Online casinos are not legal in Wisconsin, but the state is still considered one of the more gambler-friendly states. If you're an operator taking part in any online gambling business, you could be looking at serious consequences. Players, on the other hand, could receive a misdemeanor charge. 

This being said, there are still a lot of offshore casinos that accept players from Wisconsin. These casinos are not regulated and monitored by the government, which means there's always the risk of losing your money. Play smart and cautiously. 

Wisconsin has the potential to legalize online gambling someday, however, we don’t believe it will be anytime soon.

Wisconsin Land-Based Casinos Map

You can easily see all casino locations by using our Wisconsin casinos map. To zoom in, just click the + (plus) sign in the lower right corner of the map, or to zoom out, just click the – (minus) sign in the same area.

To move the map of casinos in Wisconsin, click and hold down either of your mouse buttons. Then use the hand icon to drag the map in whichever direction you desire.

Each of the red icons on the map is a casino location. Just click on any red icon to see the name of the casino at that location. If you want more information on that casino, simply click again on the casino’s name and it will direct you to another page with detailed information on that particular casino, including address, phone number, toll-free phone number, room rates, casino size, dining information, games offered, availability of discounts for seniors, any special features, and a direct link to that casino’s website. 

Land-Based Casinos in Wisconsin

Types of Casinos in Wisconsin

All casinos in Wisconsin are located on Indian reservations.

Unfortunately, if you are looking for the best casino payouts in Wisconsin, the Tribes are not required to release information on the slot machine percentage paybacks at their casinos, but according to the terms of the compact between the state and the Tribes “for games not affected by player skill, such as slot machines, the machine is required to return a minimum of 80% and a maximum of 100% of the amount wagered.”

Unlike the casinos in Wisconsin, in many states, the slot machine payback statistics for that particular state’s casinos are released as a matter of public record. Just click here to see a list of slot machine payback statistics for casinos in all U.S. states.

Options for Gambling in Wisconsin 

There are many casinos with hotels in Wisconsin. Of the 22 casinos in the state, 12 of them have hotels.

The Wisconsin casinos are spread evenly throughout the state. If you are looking for western Wisconsin casinos, there are several located in Danbury, Hayward, Turtle Lake and Webster. Of you are looking for casinos in northern Wisconsin, you have a few choices in either Bayfield, Lac du Flambeau or Odanah. 

If you are trying to escape from the water parks and are looking for casinos in Wisconsin Dells then you are in luck! There is one located 10 miles away in Baraboo.

The largest casino in Wisconsin is the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in downtown Milwaukee. It has a 19-story hotel featuring 381 guest rooms, including 16 lavish suites. There is also a 150,000-square-foot casino, six restaurants and a fast-food court with four dining options.

All casinos in Wisconsin offer blackjack, slots and video poker. Some Wisconsin casinos also offer craps, roulette, mini-baccarat, Mississippi stud, poker, Pai Gow Poker, three card poker, four card poker, let it ride, ultimate Texas hold ‘em, big-6 wheel, bingo, keno, and off-track betting.

Gambling Laws in Wisconsin

Unless otherwise noted, all Wisconsin casinos are open 24 hours and the minimum gambling age is 21 (unless you want to play bingo in Wisconsin, then it is 18).

 

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For information on visiting casinos in Wisconsin or general tourism information, contact the state’s department of tourism at (800) 432-8747 or their web site at: travelwisconsin.com.


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