Gun Lake Casino is owned by the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians and is operated by the Tribe’s management partner, MPM Enterprises, LLC, owned by an affiliate of Station Casinos, Inc. and private investors from Michigan. For more information, visit www.gunlakecasino.com.
What Indian tribe owns Gun Lake Casino in Michigan?
The Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians (Gun Lake Tribe) is part of the historic Three Fires Confederacy, an alliance of the Pottawatomi (Bodewadmi), Ottawa (Odawa) and Chippewa (Ojibwe).
What is the Potawatomi tribe known for?
The Potawatomi Indians were farming people. Potawatomi women planted and harvested corn, beans, squash, and tobacco, as well as gathering wild rice and berries. The men hunted deer, elk, and wild birds and caught fish. The Potawatomis also tapped trees for maple syrup as Michigan people do today.
Can you smoke at Gun Lake Casino?
Smoking remains prohibited in all indoor spaces. The Poker room will not re-open at this time. Sanitizing wipes remain available to Guests & Team Members. Alcohol-based sanitizing gel remain available to Guests & Team Members.
Are all casinos in Michigan Indian owned?
Michigan has 27 Indian gaming casinos, which are owned and operated by 12 federally-recognized Native American tribes. In addition, there are three state-licensed casinos in Detroit.
What time does Gun Lake Casino close for cleaning?
Experience The Best Days from 8AM – 3AM daily for Guests that are 21 years and up. Building access will be closed from 3AM – 8AM for an intense and detailed cleaning of the entire facility with an emphasis on all high-contact surface areas.