Kewadin Casinos with locations in Sault Ste. Marie, St. Ignace, Manistique, Christmas, and Hessel, offers top notch entertainment in the beauty of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula- 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Kewadin offers a variety of on-site amenities, entertainment venues, dining options, convention facilities, and exciting Las Vegas style gaming action, including more than 2000 slots, and your favorite table games, including Poker, Keno, Craps, Blackjack, Let it Ride, and Roulette.
We invite you to explore all five Kewadin Casinos!
Sault Ste. Marie, MI
Our flagship casino in Sault Ste. Marie is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and features the hottest slots and table game action around. Additional amenities include an on-site hotel, the Rapids Lounge, Dream Catcher Restaurant, Signatures Bar, gift shop and the Dream Maker’s Theater.
St. Ignace, MI
Kewadin Casinos St. Ignace is located at the Gateway to the Upper Peninsula and is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This new location is situated on the shores of Lake Huron and offers a variety of Vegas-style gaming including Blackjack, Poker, Let It Ride, Roulette, Craps, 3-Card Poker and a variety of slots to choose from. A first-class restaurant, the Eagle Feather gift shop, on-site hotel, sports bar and lounge are also available.
Kewadin Casinos Hessel is located three miles from the beautiful Les Cheneaux Islands on Lake Huron. This quaint location offers a Deli and the hottest slots available.
Kewadin Casinos in Manistique is open 365 days a year. Here you will find Vegas style gaming which includes slots, Blackjack, 3-Card Poker, 2-Deck Pitch and Let It Ride. A gift shop is located on-site and dining is available at the Mariner’s Cove Restaurant.
Kewadin Casinos Christmas is open 365 days a year offering Vegas style gaming including slots, Blackjack, Let It Ride and 3-Card Poker. Amenities at Christmas include Frosty’s Bar & Grill and the Northern Lights gift shop.
Game types and operating hours may change. You can view our current hours here.
Owned and Operated by the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians