Ho-Chunk Casino, Hotel & Convention Center



 
 Indian-Owned  
(this information is available on a more informative tabbed detail page)

(owned/managed by Ho-Chunk Nation)
(online job application information)
S3214 Highway 12
Baraboo, WI 53913
  ...map
Toll-Free: (800) 746-2486
Local: (608) 356-6210

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Ho-Chunk Casino, Hotel & Convention Center is located in Baraboo, Wisconsin, and is an Indian-owned hotel-casino. Featuring the classic table games blackjack as well as a live poker room, Ho-Chunk Casino, Hotel & Convention Center is also home to four restaurants and bars.

Website:

www.ho-chunk.com
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Restaurants:
Copper Oak Steakhouse (Steakhouse)
Stand Rock Buffet (Buffet)
Sunrise Cliffs Cafe (Casual/Caf�)
Wo-Zha-Wa Sports Bar & Grille (Bar & Grill)

Parimutuel/Wagering

:
Racing Book / Simulcast
.

Table Games

:
Blackjack
.

Card Room

: more info

Slots Options

:
Slot Machines
,
Video Poker
.

Hall/Lounge Games

:
Bingo
.

Casino Amenities

:
ticket-in/ticket-out
.
 
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