Step Through Nature & See Who Wins The Game!

From Itineraries Midwest Summer 2010 Issue

Native Wisconsin is the perfect destination for your next group tour! Whether you are looking for a one-day or multi-day trip, the sample itinerary below will make planning your next group tour a breeze. The sample itinerary can be customized for anytime of the year.

Day One


Begin your day by getting back to nature with a tour of the wonders of the Nicolet National Forest.  See the majestic Cathedral Pine, the Oconto River Seed Orchard, the Bear Fire Trail, the Logging Camp and much more!  Each spot will show groups the natural and man-made history of the beautiful area.  For those who would like a ‘birds eye view’, visit the Fire Lookout Tower- built in 1934, the fire tower in the last remaining our of the 19 built, to in its original location in Nicolet National Forest.

Travel the short distance north on Hwy 32 to the Potawatomi Carter Casino Hotel.  Check into your room and unwind a bit before heading downstairs to the casino for a bite to eat at one of their two-onsite restaurants, The Springs Restaurant or the Flames Sports Bar and Grill.

Are you ready for a little gaming action?  Potawatomi Carter Casino Hotel offers a bit of everything.  With 500 machines, slot players are sure to find their favorite games on Carter Casino’s 68,0000 sq. ft. casino floor.  Choose from traditional reel to the latest video machines to hit the market.  There’s a variety of table games with an exciting mix of Blackjack, Craps, Let it Ride and Three Card Poker.  Enjoy your favorite games or let their staff introduce you to a new game!

For more information or to customize these sample itineraries please contact NATOW at 715-851-6648: Or the Tribes directly: Oneida Nation of Wisconsin 800-236-2214: Potawatomi Charter Casino Hotel 800-487-9522: or St. Croix Casinos 800-846-8946
ext. 305.

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