Colorado Grande Casino
Colorado Grande Casino is a small property in the historic gold-mining city of Cripple Creek, Colorado. The casino occupies the Fairley Brothers & Lampman Building, built in 1896. The first floor is reserved for the gaming area, cafe and restaurant; the second houses the hotel; the third floor is home to an old ballroom.
The gaming floor at Colorado Grande Casino spans 3,200 square feet and offers around 225 slot and video poker machines. The casino also features one sports betting kiosk in partnership with ISI Sports. The property opened its doors to the public in 1991 and is currently owned and operated by G Investments LLC.
Colorado Grande Casino patrons can take a break from gambling by stopping at Jack’s Cafe or Maggie’s Restaurant on the first floor. They can also book accommodation at one of the seven rooms at the facility’s Lucky 7 hotel.
The venue is open 24/7. According to Centennial State law, patrons must be at least 21 years old to gamble at the casino.
Colorado Grande Casino details
- Name: Colorado Grande Casino
- Address: 300 E Bennett Ave, Cripple Creek, CO 80813
- Phone number: +1 719-689-3517
- Hours of operation: 24/7
- Games available: 225 slot and video poker machines, a sports betting kiosk
Colorado Grande Casino games & facilities
|Colorado Grande Casino Casino||Details|
|Poker Tables||No (video poker only)|
|Sportsbook||No, only a sports betting kiosk by ISI Sports|
|Free Play||Yes, for slot games|
|Comp Program||Maggie's Club|
|Bar(s)||Casino bar, Jack's Cafe|
|Hotel||Lucky 7 Hotel with seven rooms|
Colorado Grande Casino slot machines
Colorado Grande Casino offers 225 slot and video poker machines supplied by notable US game developers Aristocrat and IGT. The games come in multiple denominations, ranging from penny slots to $100 machines. Patrons can also find classic coin-in/coin-out slot machines on the casino floor.
Some of the real money games you can try out here include:
- Megabucks — This slot machine by IGT has been a massive hit since it launched in 2005. It features five reels, 60 paylines and classic fruit machine symbols. Its most notable feature is the progressive jackpot, which starts at a whopping $10 million.
- Quartermania Slots — Quartermania is a progressive jackpot feature available on Wild Red Sevens, Super Times Pay and Triple Red Hot Sevens. After one player wins the grand prize, the jackpot automatically resets to $100,000.
- Wheel of Fortune — This five-reel, 30-payline blockbuster slot is one of the best-known IGT slot machines. Inspired by the famous TV show, this game features a huge colorful wheel on top of the game cabinet. The slot also features a progressive jackpot ranging from $200,000 to $1 million, depending on the denomination.
Colorado Grande Casino table games
The casino doesn’t offer any table games at the moment.
Does Colorado Grande Casino offer a poker room?
There is no poker room at the venue.
Does Colorado Grande Casino offer an online casino?
No, the venue doesn’t operate an online casino.
Does Colorado Grande Casino offer a sportsbook?
While the casino doesn’t have a full-service sportsbook, it does feature a sports betting kiosk, instituted after the Centennial State legalized sports betting in November 2019. The official betting operator at Colorado Grande Casino is ISI Sports—a prominent provider of turnkey sports betting solutions from Nevada.
Patrons can use the betting kiosk at the casino to place various types of bets, including parlays, straights, futures, props and teasers. They can also bet on all major sports and leagues. The only exception is prop bets on college teams.
Colorado Grande Casino rewards program
Patrons at Colorado Grande Casino can become members of Maggie’s Club—a loyalty program run by the venue. The free-to-join club offers special rewards, like monthly coupons and invitations to dinners with VIP guests.
How do you earn points at Colorado Grande Casino?
You can earn points by playing casino games at Colorado Grande Casino using your Maggie’s Club Card.
Can you get free play at Colorado Grande Casino?
Yes, you can get free slot play as part of the Maggie’s Club rewards program.
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Colorado Grande Casino history and current owners
In 1991, Colorado allowed limited gaming in Cripple Creek, a former gold-mining camp with a turbulent history. Colorado Grande Casino opened on Oct. 11, 1991, in the historic Fairley Bros. & Lampman Building built in 1896.
The building had many purposes throughout its history, including serving as a law and engineering office, millinery, mortuary, and hotel. The ballroom on the third floor was even used as a Masonic Temple for a while.
In 2002, IGT, the original owner of Colorado Grande Casino & Hotel, sold the venue to Isle of Capri Blackhawk. In 2005, this company was fully acquired by Nevada Gold, which was previously its partner.
The casino changed hands again in 2012 when Nevada Gold sold it to G Investments LLC, headed by David Minter.
The current owner of Colorado Grande Casino is G Investments LLC.
There is no information on whether the casino serves complimentary drinks.
Per Colorado law, patrons must be at least 21 to gamble at any casino, including Colorado Grande.
No, there isn’t. Smoking on casino floors is forbidden in Colorado.
No, the casino doesn’t offer bingo games.
No, the casino doesn’t operate a social casino.
In addition to gambling, Colorado Grande Casino features a bar, restaurant and a seven-room hotel on the second floor.