Nation | Tribe: Ho-Chunk Nation
S3214 Highway 12
Baraboo, Wisconsin 53913
Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Dells was previously named the Ho-Chunk Casino, Hotel and Convention Center. Its name changed in 2010 when the Ho-Chunk Nation decided to rename all their casinos to the Ho-Chunk Gaming brand.
In September 2016, ground breaking took place as part of a multi million expansion project for the casino. Regular operating hours will remain while the construction is taking place. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2017.
The Ho-Chunk casino in Wisconsin Dells is one of seven casinos owned by the Ho-Chunk Nation. The others are the Ho-Chunk Gaming Beloit in Beloit, Wisconsin, Ho-Chunk Gaming Black River Falls in Black River Falls, Wisconsin, Ho-Chunk Gaming Madison in Madison, Wisconsin, Ho-Chunk Gaming Nekoosa in Nekoosa, Wisconsin, Ho-Chunk Gaming Tomah in Tomah, Wisconsin, Ho-Chunk Gaming Wittenberg in Wittenberg, Wisconsin.
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Open 24 hours daily
98,000 square foot casino
2,200 Slot Machines
Table hours: Sunday & Thursday: 4pm - 1am | Friday & Saturday: 4pm - 3am
Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Dai Bacc, EZ Baccarat
Open from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 a.m. daily
Waiting list starts at 9:30am by calling 800-746-2486 ext. 2190.
Variations of poker played are 2-4 Texas Hold'em, 3-6 Texas Hold'em, 8-16 Texas Hold'em, 1-2 No Limit, 2-5 No Limit, Omaha Hi-Lo as well as Pot Limit games.
Greyhounds, Thoroughbreds, and Harness wagering
Open daily at 10am until last race.
Racebook Department 1-800-746-2486 Ext. 2121.
June 21, 2020
Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Dells will limit the number of guests inside the casino to 25% of capacity or 1,000 maximum. All guests and employees must pass a temperature check and wear a face mask when entering.
The new operating hours for the casino will be 9AM till 1AM daily. Table games and bingo will remain temporarily closed.
November 27, 2019
The Ho-Chunk Gaming Casino in Wisconsin Dells has set up an Indigenous Food section in their buffet to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. It is serving traditional Native American food of the H-Chunk tribe and tribes from across the nation through the end of November.
Courtesy NBC 15 News
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