Casino in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Up north, you only have to be 19 years to play at any of the five Kewadin casinos. You do have to be 21 years of age to play at the Four Winds casinos and at the FireKeepers Casino.

Official opening dates have not been announced, but all are expected to open soon. The Gaming Control Board reported Michigan received a total of $30.5 million from tribal gaming in the last fiscal year. The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe paid the largest amount of all tribes for the second year in a row. Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians lowered the minimum gaming age to 18 at all Kewadin Casino locations effective March 30.

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Traverse City- Based on the CDC’s current guidelines, any guest that has been fully vaccinated is not required to wear a mask during their visit. Guests that have not been fully vaccinated are encouraged to wear a mask while on property. Many Michigan casinos are updating their COVID-19 guidelines.