One of my favorite things to do while traveling in the midwest is to stay at Native American owned and operated casinos with art galleries. I am not a gambler, but I really like seeing local art by Native artists and this one has a really amazing selection. Some is purely on display and some is on sale, but it... 更多
We spent 2 nights there, and had a very relaxing time. The rooms are very quiet and nice size. Good food and fun gambling even though there was no winning, but still a very nice place
I only played a few machines in the casino - didn't win anything, but it was fun. I don't like that the casino has smoking in it, I felt like I needed to take a shower after being in there for just a short time.
Mid size casino, three areas to gamble, lots of old slots, a few new ones! Certain areas can be smoky, seems a little dark in some areas! Breakfast and other buffets not really up to par with many other casinos, their deli is a better choice for some tasty snacks! Both my wife and I did win in our three... 更多
Four of my family stayed 3 nights. All four of us lost quickly (in slots) every single session, and at very different bet levels (from minimum bets to $3.00). All of the employees were friendly but the casino was mostly empty, even on a Holiday weekend...This should have told us something. Very, very difficult to have luck there. Only saw... 更多
Sorry, but until the Elders decide that smoking is not your friend, this casino will smell bad and not be a good place to go. We heard it has a great buffet, but did not stay. The machines are really nice, penny machines, where you can actually bet a penny!, and a lot of our favorite older machines which we... 更多
Not crowed during the week which was nice. Not many 25 cent machines and the lights over the machines to indicate the cost were not lit so you had to keep walking around or ask someone who worked there and the person I asked didn't know.