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4 Bears Casino New Town, ND

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Has any one been to the 4 Bears Casino in New Town, ND. Specifically what were the rooms like, food and gambling? If you weren't to stay in the actual casino, where else could you stay?
Thanks.
Bill

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    Just a folowup to my own question (if any one is interested). Spent the weekend in North Dakota and one night in New Town.

    New Town in basically in the middle of nowhere. The casino was very easy to find on the south side of the river. We went to a show (concert) that was almost a sell out, but there was still plenty of room. Sat on bleachers.

    Then went to try out the casino. Pretty smokey for me, but to be expected in a casino. A lot smaller than any of the Vegas strip casinos. But had something for every one. Including tabls for cards, dice etc. Even Texas Hold Em tables. Dominated however by about 1000 slot machines. Very few video poker/blackjack machines, nearly all slots.

    Hit the buffet restaurant (only restaurant we found except for a snack bar). $9 adult buffet - food was hot and tasty, clean and well attended. Fairly simple food - roast ham, mashed potatoes, veges etc.

    Did not see the rooms as the hotel was sold out. Stayed in New Town in very basic room - Cottage Motel I believe, wouldn't want to stay again, unless the casino was sold out.

    Overall a good concert, a good casino considering where it was located (North East North Dakota). Worth a stop if you enjoy casinos and are heading thru that area, but probably not worth going out of your way.

    Bill

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