St. Croix Casino Turtle Lake
Room Reservations: (800) 782-9987
Rooms: 145 Price Range: $55-$73
Suites: 8 Price Range: $95-$135
Restaurants: 2 Liquor: Yes
Buffets: B-$3.99 (Friday/Saturday)/$6.99 (Sunday) L-$7.99
Gambling Age: 21
Casino Size: 95,000 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Poker
Overnight RV Parking: Must use RV park
Special Features: 20% off rooms for slot club member. 18-space RV park ($15/$25 for electricity & water per night).
Try an online casino for FREE. We have over 15 No Deposit Bonus Codes. No credit card needed, just sign up and start playing!
Waste of money you might get lucky here and there but your paying them to play.
Paying machines that take out and leave the ones that dont hit they only care about how much more you will give them.
Used to come for Nifty fifty seniors promo twice a month. They trimmed the participation back for this promo to slot players only, taking any opportunity for senior table games players to win. They have also cut back the value on their monthly mailers, reducing the amount of free play they award as well as cutting the value of the food coupon in half from $10 to $5.
I like the table games - fun and staffed by friendly people.
Video poker offers very poor pay tables therefore poor payback. I usually only play the Turtle Bucks they give me because I usually play table games. Been coming here regularly for about 18 months and finally got my 2nd '4 of a kind'. Last fall I was in Vegas for a week and got 9 of them. Now that's Video Poker.
Pretty much eats up your money at the slots...little reward. Did see a $1. poker guy win $4000 with 10,J,Q,K,A of clubs!
Thru "TURCO" tours we had a great time with Turkey dinner, program, and transportation.
Very disappointing for video poker players, machines are tight and there are very, very few. No poker in high-roller's area (which is the size of a postage stamp). Lots of video slots, lots of variety there.
I do better in Vegas than I've ever done at this casino. Machines are much tighter now than they used to be. I don't expect to win, but there are not enough other incentives on the players card to make me play and lose. And, your money doesn't last at this casino.
I'd rather spend $200 more and fly to Las Vegas than drive 60 minutes to go to this casino. They do have a Turtle Express bus that is free to ride and they give you $5 when you get off the bus.
It's a nice outing for a day, but I have reduced my bankroll at this casino, as I never win, can't play long, and am not sure what value their players club has at all. Food is very good, especially the buffet.
We found the accomodations and casino beyond our expectations. The food at the casino restaurants is excellent. Would highly recommend.
Gaming tables are fair and friendly. I don't play slots, so no opinion.