There are both casinos and horse tracks to be found in the Cornhusker State, so those who come to visit Nebraska are sure to be able to place some fantastic bets in order to have some fun while they are on their holidays. You can really enjoy some variety here with a total of seven casinos and pari mutuel facilities to explore, all of which are in different cities – so you can try Columbus, Emerson, Grand Island, Lincoln, Niobrara, Omaha, and South Sioux City as your location for gambling if you wish to do so. There is a state lottery to enjoy here too, which has some really great jackpots for you to enjoy if you happen to be that incredibly lucky person who wins one of the weekly draws.
The second biggest casino that you will find in the state is the Iron Horse Bar and Casino, and the scale of this venue reveals the fact that Nebraska is not known for huge gambling spaces: there are just thirty nine slot machines available here, but that does not mean that you cannot have a good time and make some big money wins with the particular games that they have on offer. In terms of actual size, the biggest casino is the Ohiya Casino, which has twelve thousand square feet of gambling space sheltering eight slot machine games, which is a more respectable figure even if it does not approach anywhere near to what the casinos might boast in other states. While you are in the state you can also place bets at the horse racing tracks: these are the Columbus Races, the Fonner Park, the Horsemen’s Atokad Downs, the Horsemen’s Park, and the Nebraska State Fair Park, all of which have a little something different to offer. The State Fair is a great place to watch live thoroughbred racing from May 14th through to July 11th, and during the rest of the year you can enjoy simulcasting from Wednesdays to Sundays during the hours of 11.30am to 9pm. Columbus is open for live racing from July 23rd to September 12th on Fridays and Saturdays, with simulcasting on the other days of the week; meanwhile Fonner has some great keno games on offer every day of the week from 11am to 1am (except Sundays, when it is noon to 10pm), and with simulcasting all year round starting at noon.
Live racing at the Atokad Downs only takes place in September, but the Horsemen’s Park is open every single day. If you are looking something with a bit more variety while you are in Nebraska, or perhaps some table games, then you can absolutely find what you are looking for with the great online casino games which are available to you no matter where you are or what time of day or night it is, so long as you can get yourself connected to the internet. With so many fantastic online casinos waiting for you, there is no point delaying!