Although our reopen date is still uncertain, here are a few things we can share: We are looking forward to Orion joining our world-class line-up of roller coasters, one of only seven giga coasters.
In Minnesota, Grand Casino announced that starting at 4 p.m. Monday, it temporarily closed Grand Casino Mille Lacs and Grand Casino Hinckley. In a news release, the company said that it plans for a 14-day closure, but will assess conditions before a firm reopen date is announced. It also said that there have been no reported cases of COVID-19.
All of Indiana’s casinos will reopen sometime between June 14 and July 4. That’s assuming the Indiana Gaming Commission (IGC) is satisfied with each casino’s reopening strategies. Four Winds is targeting June 15 as its reopening date, which would make it the first casino in the state to reopen.An Idaho tribal casino became one of the first U.S. brick-and-mortar gambling operations to reopen in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, commercial casinos around the country are starting to.On Thursday, the Indiana Horse Racing Commission announced that racing can resume as of June 14, with Indiana Grand Racing and Casino set to officially unveil the date for its opening day sometime next week, according to a track press release. It’s possible the Indiana Grand may allow fans to watch racing as soon as July 4.
On the Indiana side of the border, Hollywood Casino, Belterra Casino and Rising Star Casino are all less than an hour away from Cincinnati. That gave the trio a leg up for a handful of days. The short-lived monopoly in the area is already gone. If you were in Cincinnati and wanted to gamble, Indiana casinos were your only option. That would have been a nice advantage if Ohio hadn’t reopened.Read More
Indiana Casinos. Indiana has one Native American casino, Four Winds Casino, located in South Bend.All other casinos are state-licensed. One of the state-licensed casinos, Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana, will be managed by Hard Rock International, which is owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida.As such, the tribe also maintains a miniority ownership position in the Gary casino.Read More
Indiana Gaming Commission officials announced Monday that most of Indiana’s casinos can reopen their doors as soon as next week under COVID-19 safety plans they have submitted, reports FOX-59. In preparation of opening casinos, the Indiana Gaming Commission (IGC) released its Health and Safety Guidelines for Reopening of Casino Operations on May 14. In order to reopen, casinos statewide are.Read More
Pending regulatory approval, Indiana Grand will be Caesars Entertainment’s first property in the Hoosier State to offer legalized sports betting with a tentative launch date of Sunday, Sept. 1.Read More
The ship has sailed for Horseshoe Southern Indiana. The riverboat casino 14 miles downriver from Louisville just closed its doors on Monday. But do not worry, gambling fans: the casino will be up.Read More
FILE - This June 20, 2019 file photo shows the lobby of the Hard Rock casino in Atlantic City, N.J. On Friday, March 13, 2020, Hard Rock announced it is canceling live entertainment at all its U.S.Read More
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News from Four Winds Casinos. There’s always something happening at Four Winds Casinos, the premier gaming destinations in the Midwest. With locations in New Buffalo, Hartford and Dowagiac, Michigan, and South Bend, Indiana, Four Winds offers exciting promotions, headliner concerts and entertainment, life-changing jackpots and unique dining options unrivaled in the region.Read More
Officials of Harrah’s Hoosier Park in Anderson and Indiana Grand Racing and Casino in Shelbyville have long pushed for the change that they expect will draw more gamblers as the two casinos have been limited to only electronic games since opening in 2008. Indiana Grand will have more than 40 tables for games such as blackjack, craps and roulette and Hoosier Park will have nearly 30 tables as.Read More
The Pokagon Gaming Authority announced that all of its Four Winds Casinos locations in Michigan and Indiana will reopen to the public on Monday, June 15 at noon Eastern Time. Located southwest of the Gun Lake Casino are the Pokagon Potawatomi’s Four Winds Casinos in the Michigan towns of Dowagiac,Hartford, and New Buffalo, Mich.Read More