Gambling in Minnesota

Lottery: 18
Parimutuel: 18
Casinos: 18-21 (Depending on Casino)
Charity Bingo: 18

One of the best titles a state can have is ‘The Most Livable State.’ This title belongs to the state of Minnesota! The state is also known as the ‘Land of 10,000 Lakes.’ Minnesota is home to about 5,000,000 people and is 79,610 square miles in area. The state welcomes many different kinds of gambling within Native American Casinos, lottery games and parimutuel horse racing.

Types of Gambling in Minnesota

Casinos are found throughout the state of Minnesota. Those that are found are operated by the Native American tribes and are found only on tribal land. Native American casinos are able to feature any kind of gambling within their casinos. Slots, tables, card games, keno roulette and poker are just a few of the games found within the casinos. Mystic Lake Casino is a very popular casino that offers 125,000 square feet of gaming fun with 4,000 slot machines 80 table games and more. Here the Native American Casinos do not provide any revenue for the state, instead the state offers a lottery which allows players who are 18 and over to participate. Games found with the lottery are Gopher 5, Mega Millions, Hot Lotto, Scratch Games & more. The lottery is a great source for revenue to fund public programs like schools and public safety offices. Parimutuel betting is allowed within the state as well for horse racing. This kind of gambling requires players to be 18 and over. There are three different race tracks throughout the state like; Canterbury Park, Runninc Aces Harness Park & River Bend Park.