HomePublicationsNewsletter ArchiveVolume 26Issue 23Michigan Tribes Have Now Re-Opened Several Casinos--More to Follow
Several Michigan Tribes have announced that they have already re-opened their casinos, and additional tribal casinos are opening within the next two weeks. As of today, the following Michigan tribal casinos are open:
• Island Casino Resort
• Lac Vieux Desert’s Northern Waters Casino Resort
• Odawa Casino Mackinaw and Odawa Casino Petoskey 
• Leelanau Sands Casino and Turtle Creek Casino & Hotel, both operated by the Grand Traverse Band, opened May 29;
• Soaring Eagle Casino, Soaring Eagles Landing Casino, and Soaring Eagle Slot Palace Casino, all operated by the Saginaw Chippewa, opened to select guests May 29 and to the public on June 1;
• FireKeepers Casino, operated by the Potawatomi, opened June 1;
• Little River Casino, operated by Little River, opening June 1; 
Additionally, several other tribal casino operations have announced reopening dates:
• Gun Lake Casino will reopen June 8th ; 
• Bay Mills Casino will reopen June 12th;
• Kewadin Casinos will reopen on June 12th (all five casinos in Sault Ste Marie, Hessel, St. Ignace, Christmas, and Manistique);
• Four Winds Casino will reopen on June 15th (subject to approval by the Pokagon Tribal Gaming Commission and in consultation with the National Indian Gaming Commission); 
The Ojibwa Casinos in Baraga and Marquette Michigan have not yet announced dates for reopening.  
All of the tribal casinos have implemented or are implementing safety measures such as temperature checks for guests and employees, requirements for face masks, increased spacing between slot machines and gaming positions, and enhanced cleaning plans. Michigan’s commercial casinos have not yet announced any projected opening dates. 



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