While you are in the Mount Rushmore State you will be able to find both casinos and horse tracks in large measures, so make sure that you spend some time exploring what is on offer if you are looking to get some great gambling in. There are an impressive forty three casino venues available in South Dakota, which comes as no surprise when you remember that this is the home of some traditional gambling towns such as Deadwood! Deadwood is still the city with the largest amount of casinos on offer in the state, with twenty nine ready for you to start selecting from.
The casinos here may not be the biggest in the US, but what they lack in scale they more than make up for with their charm and their history. You will find that the casino with the most games on offer for you to choose from in South Dakota is the Gold Dust Gaming Complex, which has three hundred and sixteen slot machines as well as ten table games. Coming up second in the runner up position is the Fort Randall Casino, which has a little less choice with two hundred and fifty slot machine games as well as six table games. You may perhaps be surprised to hear that the biggest casino in the state in terms of the actual floor size is not either of these venues, but is in fact the Grand River Casino and Resort, which has forty thousand square feet of space. There are of course all of the other casinos in the state too, which we will list here in a little less detail for you: there is BB Cody’s; Bear Soldier Bingo; the Best Western Hickok House, just the first of many to be named after Wild Bill Hickok who played and died here; Borrowed Buck’s Roadhouse Sioux Falls; the Buffalo Bodega Gaming Complex; the Bullock Express, which is named after another character from Deadwood’s history; the Bullock Hotel and Casino; Cadillac Jack’s Gaming Resort; the Celebrity Hotel and Casino; Children’s Village Bingo; CRST Bingo; Dakota Connection Casino and Bingo; Dakota Sioux Casino; Deadwood Dicks Saloon; Deadwood Gulch Resort; Deadwood Gulch Saloon; Deadwood Inn; Fairmont Hotel and Oyster Bay Casino; First Gold Hotel and Gaming; Fort Pierre Racetrack, where you can watch horse racing; Four Aces; Gold Country Inn; Goldberg’s; Golden Buffalo Casino and Resort; and the Grand River Casino and Resort.
Then there is Hickok’s; the Lucky 8 Casino and Super-8 Lodge; Mckenna’s Gold; Midnight Star Gaming Emporium; Mineral Palace Hotel and Gaming; Miss Kitty’s Gaming Emporium; Mustang Sally’s, which provides gambling in South Dakota with a soundtrack too; Northeast Area Horse Racing; Old Style Saloon #10; Prairie Wind Casino; Rosebud Casino; Royal River Casino Bingo and Motel; Silverado Gaming Establishment and Restaurant; Star of the West Casino; Tin Lizzie Casino and Restaurant; and, last but not least, the Wild West Casino. There is also a state lottery here which has weekly draws to go for.