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The Best Indoor Activities are in Montana Casinos

Montana is the fourth largest state in the U.S., spanning at 94 million acres, it has quite a number of natural forests and protected wilderness. There is an abundance of wildlife in the state of Montana and it is home for more than 500 species of animals. Summer in Montana is usually around 70degrees, and the winter time is generally cold.

The state of Montana boasts many natural and wildlife resources. Attractions are plentiful and there is always an element of surprise and awe when one visits the state for a holiday or a retreat from all the hustle and bustle of city life. The National Bison Range, the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park and the Yellowstone National Park are just a few of the many attractions that Montana is proud of. The Yellowstone National Park is the oldest of its kind in the world and it is being shared by Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.

Other equally breathtaking natural attractions in Montana are the mountains, bodies of water and hot springs, where visitors and locals can enjoy sight seeing and relaxation from all the other outdoor activities of the day. The outdoors is as exciting as the indoor activities in Montana. There is always shopping, dining and of course gambling in casinos.

Montana casinos offer a lot of enjoyment to guests especially to gambling visitors. Casinos offer video poker, keno and video machines where the maximum bet per game is $2 and the maximum payout is at $800. There are also live legitimate games in Montana casinos and some of them are Bingo, keno, hearts, cribbage, bridge, raffles, rummy and whist. Casinos also offer fantasy sports leagues and sports pools for those who love sports and gambling. When going to a bar or a tavern in Montana, it is quite common to see video gambling machines with the games like poker, bingo and keno.

These machines are permitted to be operated in these establishments in order to give guests more fun and enjoyment. The gambling machines though do not dispense out cash, but instead it gives out receipt tags which are redeemable from the bar's cashier. Wagers are capped at $2 and the payout is at $800. The gambling machines are entitled to 80% return in accordance to the Montana Gaming policies.

There are a number of Indian Montana casinos which offer a maximum bet of $2 and a maximum payout of $1000. The payouts for these casinos are also in the form of receipt tags which are redeemable through the casino's cashier. For casinos on Indian reservations there are no maximum or minimum payouts. The minimum age requirement, however, is 18 years old.