Casinos in Colorado
Colorado is a state rich in history and environment. From cosmopolitan cities like Denver or Vail to smaller municipalities, there is a fresh-air, get-outside appeal to every activity in Colorado. It is a state famous for bike-laden residents going to and from their various destinations as well as its world class skiing.
However, not to be too far outdone by its westerly neighbors, residents of the state love the Colorado casinos. There are a number of Colorado casinos dotting the state, with most run by Native American tribes, which offer a perfect day indoors.
Black Hawk, Colorado probably has the largest concentration of Colorado casinos. One of the largest casinos in Black Hawk is the Black Hawk Station Casino, with its offering of more than 900 slot machines and roughly eleven different table games. This Colorado casino also features live entertainment.
The Colorado Central Station Casino is next in line with more than 800 slot machines, several dining options and more. There are also table games and a cozy coffee shop on the premises.
Slightly smaller, but just as entertaining is the Mardi Gras Casino, featuring 700 slot machines and several table games.
Still trolling around Black Hawk, there is also the Golden Gates Casino, a smaller operation with about 250 slot machines and a sole dining option. This would be ideal for those who want an evening of gambling, with the flash and noise of larger Colorado casinos.
Moving over the Central City, Colorado casinos like the Famous Bonanza, with more than 200 slot machines, a restaurant and more or the Doc Holliday Casino with at around 209 slot machines, table games and more.
Not to be outdone, there are also several dog-racing tracks scattered around Colorado. One of the larger-scale operations is the Post Time Greyhound Park, a dog-track in Colorado Springs, featuring a restaurant, among other amenities. The Cloverleaf Kennel Club is another dog-track, this one located in Loveland, also featuring dining options, race books and more.
There are numerous other small-scale casinos around the state, most of which feature slot machines in the hundreds, various table games and a host of amenities. Dining options are usually plentiful at most Colorado casinos, with restaurants offering delectable specialties for casino visitors. Colorado casinos also offer variety; entertainment and fun for those who love to gamble, whether professionally or for something unusual and interesting to do in their spare time.
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