Minnesota

Minnesota Chip and Token Collection

Thank You for viewing my Minnesota Chip Collection. I am a native Minnesotan who grew up making many trips to the local casinos where I learned how to play Blackjack on 3.00 tables. There are currently 20 open Casinos and Card Clubs throughout the state. Three of the biggest casinos are Jackpot Junction, Mystic Lake, and Treasure Island.

Click the Minnesota Casino name to see the Official Museum of Gaming History Chip Guide

Seven Clans Red Lake Casino, Red Lake, MN (Opened in 2001)

Seven Clans Red Lake Casino was once named Red Lake Casino.

Seven ClansThief River Falls Casino, Thief River Falls MN (Opened in 2001)

Seven Clans Thief River Falls was once named River Road Casino.

 Seven Clans Warroad Casino, Warroad MN (Opened in 2001)

Seven Clans Warroad was once named the Lake of the Woods Casino.

Big Bucks Casino, Cloquet MN (Closed in 1993)

Big Bucks Casino was also known as Fond Du Lac Casino and then later changed its name to Black Bear Casino which is still open today.

Black Bear Casino, Carlton MN (Opened in 1993)

Black Bear Casino was one named Big Bucks Casino and Fond Du Lac Casino.

Canterbury Card Club, Shakopee MN (Opened in 2000)

Firefly Creek Casino, Granite Falls MN (Closed in 2003)

Prairies Edge Casino replaced Firefly Creek Casino when it opened in a new location.

Fond Du Lac Casino, Cloquet MN (Closed in 1993)

Fond Du Lac Casino was also known as Big Bucks Casino and later changed its name to Black Bear Casino.

Fond-Du-Luth Casino, Duluth MN (Opened in 1986)

Fortune Bay Casino, Tower MN (Opened in 1992)

Grand Casino, Hinckley MN (Opened in 1992)

Grand Casino, Mille Lacs MN (Opened in 1991)

Grand Casino, Hinckley & Mille Lacs MN (Opened in 1991)

Grand Portage Casino, Grand Portage MN (Opened in 1991)
Several years ago all of the table games were removed from this casino and now is slots only.

Jackpot Junction Casino, Morton MN (Opened in 1984)

Lake of the Woods Casino, Warroad MN (Closed in 2001)

Lake of the Woods Casino was renamed Seven Clans Warroad Casino.

Little Six Casino, Prior Lake MN (Opened in 1982)

Little Six Casino is now part of Mystic Lake Casino but still operates under its original name.

Mystic Lake Casino, Prior Lake MN (Opened in 1992)

Northern Lights Casino, Walker MN (Opened in 1991)

Palace Casino, Cass Lake MN (Opened in 1983)

Prairie’s Edge Casino, Granite Falls MN (Opened in 2003)

Prairie’s Edge Casino replaced the older and much smaller Firefly Creek Casino.

Red Lake Casino, Red Lake MN (Closed in 2001)

Red Lake Casino was renamed to Seven Clans Red Lake Casino

River Road Casino, Thief River Falls MN (Closed in 2001)

River Road Casino was renamed to Seven Clans Thief River Falls Casino

Running Aces Harness Park, Columbus MN (Opened in 2008)

Shooting Star Casino, Mahnomen MN (Opened in 1992)

Treasure Island Casino, Red Wing MN (Opened in 1990)

White Oak Casino, Deer River MN (Opened in 2000)