Frequent question: How many Four Winds Casinos are there?

Where are the Four Winds Casinos located?

The casinos are owned by the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians. The primary property is located in New Buffalo Township, Michigan, with satellite locations in Hartford, Michigan; Dowagiac, Michigan; and South Bend, Indiana.

Which Four Winds casino is the biggest?

Four Winds New Buffalo offers nearly 125,000 square feet of gaming with more than 2,500 slot machines, 48 table games and a smoke-free gaming room. Four Winds South Bend has over 56,000 square feet of gaming space, 1,600 games and a poker room. Four Winds Hartford® features 500 slot machines and eight table games.

How many slot machines does four winds have?

At Four Winds New Buffalo, the excitement never stops. Whether you like to play penny slots or $100 machines, you’ll find more than 2,600 of your favorite slot machines including some of the area’s biggest jackpots with progressives starting at $100,000!

Who owns the Four Winds Casino?

Four Winds Casinos is owned and operated by the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians. It has three locations in Michigan—New Buffalo, Hartford and Dowagiac—and one in South Bend, Indiana.

How far is Four Winds Casino from Lake Michigan?

Casino probably 2-3 miles from lake.

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Are drinks free at Four Winds Casino?

HI AJ A, We offer complimentary water, coffee, and soft drinks on the gaming floor at all three locations. Alcoholic beverages are not complimentary at any of our locations. Have a wonderful day.

Do you have to wear a mask at Four Winds Casino?

Visitors to Four Winds New Buffalo and Four Winds South Bend will be required to wear face masks while inside the building. By now, most people should be familiar with this, but for those who may have forgotten their masks at home, Four Winds staff is happy to provide masks to anyone who may need one.

Is Four Winds Casino New Buffalo closing?

Previously, the Pokagon Gaming Authority announced the closure of its Four Winds Casinos on Tuesday, March 17, and an indefinite extension of the closure period on March 27. The reopening plan was approved by the Pokagon Gaming Authority and Pokagon Gaming Commission was approved during a hearing on June 8.