Tribal casinos play an integral role in tribal economic development. In 2013, all five tribes entered into 10-year gaming compacts with the State of North Dakota. These compacts are regulated by the State Gaming Commission and the National Indian Gaming Commission.


Dakota Magic Casino and Hotel

Just minutes from Hankinson in southeastern North Dakota, Dakota Magic Casino offers many magical amenities, including a hotel, dining, golf and a convention center.

Dakota Magic Casino is owned by the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate Tribe.


Spirit Lake Casino & Resort

Three miles from the St. Michael, ND, Spirit Lake Casino and Resort overlooks the scenic Devils Lake and offers a full-service marina, lodging, dining, entertainment, a pool and so much more.

Spirit Lake Casino is owned by the Spirit Lake Nation.

Prairie Knights Casino & Resort

Prairie Knights Casino & Resort

Near Fort Yates, ND, Prairie Knights Casino and Resort, is the region’s premier entertainment destination, featuring two restaurants, a lodge and a pavilion event center.

Prairie Knights Casino is owned by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.

4 Bears Casino & Lodge

4 Bears Casino & Lodge

Just west of New Town, ND, 4 Bears Casino & Lodge is a destination for gaming, live entertainment, dining, lodging and conventions. Located on beautiful Lake Sakakawea, 4 Bears offers marina and lake access.

4 Bears Casino is owned by the Three Affiliated Tribes (MHA Nation).

Sky Dancer Casino & Resort

Sky Dancer Casino & Resort

Sky Dancer Casino & Resort is located five miles west of Belcourt, ND, and 15 minutes south of the Canadian border. Enjoy gaming or live entertainment, then relax in the lounge, hotel and restaurants.

Sky Dancer Casino is owned by the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians.

Grand Treasure Casino

4 Bears Casino & Lodge

At Trenton, ND, the Grand Treasure Casino offers great gaming and a choice of two dining experiences.

Grand Treasure Casino is owned by the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians.