Tribe to build casino, adjacent RV park in Mackinaw City

Headlands International Dark Sky Park, Mackinaw City Picture: New Construction being done - Check out Tripadvisor members' 3,679 candid photos and videos of Headlands International Dark Sky Park Construction on the 5,000-square-foot facility began in January at the site of the former Thunder Falls Water Park, which is located adjacent to tribal trust lands on the city’s south side in Mackinaw City, Michigan. The new casino is a satellite of sorts to the tribe’s existing Odawa Casino in Petoskey, which is less than 50 miles away. It is Mackinaw City’s first casino. The Class II In less than 6 months, Mackinaw City will have a casino for the first time and it's 300 year history.Construction crews began working on the project this week and while some residents are excited In May the Mackinaw City's first casino is expected to open. The casino will be located on land owned by the Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians. Class II gaming will be offered by the casino. There will be bingo formatted slot machines and pull tabs. This will be the only Class II gaming facility in the state. The location is where the Thunder Falls Water Pak used to be. The park closed Construction on the adjacent 25-space RV park will begin after the Mackinaw City casino's scheduled opening next May. Mackinaw City Village Manager David White says the village found out about the Construction on Mackinaw City’s first casino has begun, local media reported. The gambling venue is expected to be completed and launched in less than six months. Once operational, it would feature Class II gaming options. The casino will be located on sovereign land owned by the Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians. Tribal officials […] That casino's second hotel, funding for which was approved alongside the Mackinaw City casino, is expected to begin construction in 2019. --Editing by Stephen Berg. For a reprint of this article Mackinaw City Information. Kewadin Casino information. Kewadin Casinos offer Vegas-style gaming and entertainment with over 2300 slots, blackjack, poker, craps, roulette, Bingo & Live Keno action! While Mackinaw City’s first casino was approved in June and is expected to be completed sometime in May on sovereign land of the Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians, the Mackinaw City Village Council’s rejection vote in October means that the facility will be limited to less lucrative Class II gaming, according to a report at MLive.. The October 16 vote was the second such vote in Construction has begun on Mackinaw City’s first gambling casino. The casino is classified as Class 2, which does not allow blackjack, craps or roulette. The Mackinaw City Village Council rejected a proposal for a Class 3 license. Class 2 licenses do allow bingo, pull-tabs, and similar games. The

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