Grand Casino Hinckley


Address, Phone Number, and General Info

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: 777 Lady Luck Drive, Hinckley, MN 55037

Toll-Free Phone Number

: (800) 472-6321

Local Phone Number

: (320) 384-7777

Slot/Players Club:

Ownership / Management

: Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe

Grand Casino Hinckley is located in Hinckley, Minnesota, and is an Indian-owned hotel-casino. Featuring the classic table games blackjack as well as a live poker room, Grand Casino Hinckley is also home to five restaurants and bars.

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Gambling & Gaming Choices

Table Games




Card Room


Texas Holdem


Seven-Card Stud


Slots Options


Slot Machines


Hall/Lounge Games







Card Room Details

Poker at Grand Casino Hinckley Indian-Owned 
777 Lady Luck Drive
Hinckley, MN 55037
Phone:  (320) 384-7777
Games available: texas holdem, seven card stud



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