St. Croix Casino, Turtle Lake – Wisconsin

Location of St. Croix Casino in Turtle Lake, Wisconsin

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Hotel St Croix Casino – Wisconsin, United States

Hotel St. Croix Casino is located in northwest Wisconsin in the City of Turtle Lake. It has a backdrop of forests, streams and lakes. The casino is owned and operated by the St. Croix Chippewa Indians. The facility is on an Indian reservation with a casino, lodging and dining, entertainment, and RV Park for its guests. The casino has year round events such as craft and trade shows. A guest incentive program called TLC Players Club is free and guests earn points that can be used for a variety of discounts. There is a calendar link on the casino website for the convenience of the guest to stay abreast of the promotions and tournaments. The hotel and restaurants are smoke free environments.


The casino has slots and table games. There are over eleven hundred slots which are both video and reel. The denominations range from five dollars to penny. They also provide a progressive jackpot in to the millions of dollars. There have been over twenty five so far totaling nine million dollars. Because there are so many slots to choose from the website has a search bar on its gaming page.

The table games are many at Hotel St. Croix Casino which includes Black Jack, Craps, Roulette and Poker. The casino offers twenty Black Jack tables with bets ranging from three to five hundred dollars. They have tournaments which guarantee a three thousand dollar prize every first and third Tuesday of the month. There is a thirty five dollar fee to register and play begins at four pm. There is also a monthly special offered in Black Jack. For example, Sweetheart Sevens is a promotion where a player can win a share of five thousand dollars.

Craps is the next table game offered at the Hotel St. Croix Casino. Players can find action seven days per week and tables start at ten am. Thursdays are High Roller day from six pm to ten pm where a player can roll for one hundred times.

The table game Roulette is played seven days per week. There is a minimum bet of one dollar with a maximum bet of twenty five dollars for a bet called number any way. The operating hours for the Roulette wheel is ten am daily.

Poker at Hotel St. Croix Casino is available in three versions which include Four Car Poker, Three Card Progressive Poker and Fortune Pai Gow Poker Progressive. There are Poker rooms that have ten tables and offer no limit and limit play for Omaha Hi and Texas Hold-Em. Tournaments include aces cracked, bad beat jackpots and more. Some examples of the tournaments include a monthly one for ladies on the first Sunday. Thursdays are weekly tournaments with a fifty dollars buy-in and Saturdays start at noon with a sixty five dollars buy-in. The rooms have a sports bar atmosphere with beverages and snacks and a few big screen televisions. The rooms have hours of operation from ten am on Thursday through Sunday.

Lodging & Dining

Lodging at Hotel St. Croix Casino comes with both standard rooms as well as suites. There are eight suites and four of them are themed in Egyptian, Asian, Woodland and Polynesian. The other four have a private Jacuzzi and refrigerator. The amenities include free breakfast daily, HBO, Wi-Fi. There is an exercise room, pool and whirlpool to relax in. Rates range from sixty five dollars for a standard room to one hundred fifteen for suites. The rates for all rooms are more expensive for weekend stays. However, the hotel does provide guests with discounts such as triple A, military, corporate or AARP. In addition, the incentive program at the hotel for is reward program TLC Players Club provides a fifteen percent discount. Group discounts for parties of thirty five to three hundred is available, which includes holiday parties.

There are three eateries for dining at Hotel St. Croix Casino. They consist of TLC Buffet, Me-Ki-Noc Restaurant and a Snack Bar or Concession Stand. TLC Buffet has American fare and daily specials year round. The prices range from eight to thirteen dollar. They serve lunch and dinner with hours of eleven am to seven pm. Sunday has champagne and brunch buffet on rotating schedules from ten am to three or eight pm. A frequent dinner card is offered as a way to earn a free buffet.

The Me-Ki-Noc Restaurant offers meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner which are prepared by gourmet chefs. There are specials available for both daily and weekly dining. The hours of operation are from eight am to ten pm daily.

The Concession Stand or Snack Bar is for the guest on the go. It offers meals such as burgers, sandwiches, ice cream and more. The hours of operations is seven days a week and the times vary from eleven am to three am depending on the day of the week. There are monthly concession specials to enjoy.

Hotel St. Croix Casino offers drink special during happy hour seven days a week. The guest can have a one dollar discount off drinks during specific times. For example, Monday through Friday from four pm to six pm the discount would be valid.


There is a robust entertainment schedule at Hotel St. Croix Casino with complimentary shows on Fridays and Saturdays from eight pm. There are also a bevy of headliners of local talent as well as nationally. Regional talent such as Chris Hawkey, Lita Ford and the band Shirts and Skins have been showcased. Charley Daniels Band is an example of the national talent.

RV Park

There is an RV Park for guests who drive their campers to Hotel St. Croix Casino. The rates start from fifteen dollars per night for no hookups and are located on a gravel pad. The concrete pads go for twenty five dollars with full hookup service. Shower and dumping facilities are available. There is security as well as a round the clock shuttle to the casino. Reservations can be made by calling the RV Park office. Cash and checks are the only form of accepted payment.

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