Trying My Luck at Wind Creek Casino Atmore
If you are traveling through southern Alabama and looking for a fun activity, be sure to try your luck at Wind Creek Casino in Atmore! Conveniently located just off from I-65 there is plenty to do at this all-in-one attraction. This location is not only just a casino but also offers dining, a spa and even a hotel.
Wind Creek Casino in Atmore is proud to offer guests over 1,700 games. They boast the claim that they offer some of the highest payouts for gambling in the southeast United States. There is a large selection of slots with bets starting at penny machines.
Other activities at the casino include occasional live music, bowling and an arcade. Wind Creek in Atmore also offers RV camping and discounts to a local golf course.
The casino also has several options for dining ranging from walk up to sit down seating. The menu items feature a variety of cuisines intended to fit almost anyone’s preferences.
Violet Sky’s Visit
“It’s Electric!” Every time someone wins a jackpot the song starts playing to celebrate the win. The upbeat atmosphere at this casino makes it a fun getaway. I was surprised by how large the casino floor really is.
During my visit due to COVID-19 the machines had been all spaced out to accommodate social distancing. However there is still plenty of slots and amenities to explore.
As a new player with my game card I received a $10 free food voucher. Eating at Taste of the Grill was absolutely delicious. I ordered the blackened shrimp which was served with accompanying fries and coleslaw.
How to Visit
Wind Creek Casino Atmore is located right off from I-65 at exit 57. It is about an hour drive from either Mobile, Alabama or Pensacola, Florida. If you are coming from the Montgomery area it is just under two hours.
The casino floor is open to those over the age of 21 and ID must be present in order to get your gaming card to play.
Be sure to check out all the promotions and events during your visit!
*Please practice responsible gambling*
Thanks for reading and as always, keep on truckin’!