There are eight Saskatchewan casinos and each one is in a unique city or area within the province of Saskatchewan.
All of them are impressive and many of them are themed lending themselves to a real ‘getaway’ atmosphere. Most of them provide outstanding entertainment if you require more than just gaming tables or slots. The Saskatchewan Casinos can be proud of their diversity and ability to keep you pleasurably entertained at all times.
Dakota Dunes Casino
The Dakota Dunes Casino is one of the largest complexes of all the Saskatchewan Casinos. It is an imposing Vegas style casino situated at the top of a hill in the South Saskatchewan River valley basin commanding spectacular views.
The brilliantly designed casino complex occupies a space of 85,000 square feet just 32 km south of Saskatoon. It is located next to the Dakota Dunes Golf Links which host the PGA Tour Canada and Canada Open each year.
Bear Claw Casino
Bear Claw Casino and Hotel is a superb resort destination on the White Bear First Nations in South East Saskatchewan, situated in the picturesque Moose Mountains, 41 km south of Weyburn.
The casino is located in a spacious venue of 30,000 square feet. This casino is one of several Saskatchewan Casinos that are run by First Nations.
Casino Moose Jaw
Casino at Moose Jaw is one of the more compact venues of the Saskatchewan casinos. It has very attractive décor which is designed to re-create the ‘Roaring 20’s’. It is attached to the famous Temple Gardens Mineral Spa Hotel in the centre of the town of Moose Jaw itself.
The Regina Casino is an entertainment complex set in the heart of Regina City and is one of the largest of the Saskatchewan casinos. It has nearly 1,000 slot machines spread around the immense gaming floor offering guests all types of themes.
It has become the most important entertainment destination on the Prairies as it offers live gaming, slot machines, superb dining and live entertainment in the magnificent show lounge to the huge numbers of guests who come to marvel at this casino every year and to revel in the vibrant atmosphere.
Gold Eagle Casino
The Gold Eagle Casino is a stunning entertainment facility in North Battleford, one and a half hours north west from Saskatoon. It offers casino gaming and regular top class shows with live music to the local residents and people who come to visit this beautiful part of Saskatchewan.
It receives about 60,000 visitors a month at the 39,000 square foot purpose built venue and often has massively valuable promotions with prizes such as cars, boats and big screen TVs. It is one of the most visited of the Saskatchewan casinos.
Living Sky Casino
Living Sky Casino is based in Swift Current which is virtually half way between Medicine Hat to the West and Moose Jaw to the East. It is around 3 hours South of Saskatoon the capital.
Living Sky Casino is a stunning venue of 50,000 square feet that was opened in 2008 and is decorated in a Native American style .
Painted Hand Casino
Painted Hand Casino is situated in the very heart of Yorkton. Three and a half hours south east of Saskatoon. It is the prime destination in this part of Saskatchewan with two major highways passing close by.
The Painted Hand Casino is a beautiful themed venue of 43,000 square feet featuring the outstanding hospitality of the First Nations culture, one of several to do so within the group of Saskatchewan casinos.
Northern Lights Casino
Northern LIghts Casino is situated in the heart of Prince Albert, one and a half hours north of Saskatoon and it is around one hours south of the Prince Albert National Park.
Northern Lights Casino has a 14,000 square foot casino gambling floor with 470+ slots, 11 table games and one restaurant. It is one of the more remote locations of the Saskatchewan casinos but draws a high number of visitors who like to get up that way.
Age Requirement Saskatchewan Casinos
Casino guests must be 19 years of age to enter any Saskatchewan Casino. The legal age of 19 relates to more than just gambling in Saskatchewan Casinos as it is not allowed to enter any casino premises in Saskatchewan unless 19 years of age.
Even if a restaurant or theater is located within the casino, then under aged are not permitted to enter.