Michigan Bingo Halls

Located in the wild beauty of the Great Lakes, Michigan is one of the larger US states, and unusually consists of two separate peninsulas connected by a bridge.

Find bingo halls in Michigan and explore what the state’s best bingo venues have to offer.

Where can I play bingo in Michigan?

Where can I play bingo in Michigan?

  • Moose Bingo Hall Adrian, Michigan (Adrian)
  • VFW Bingo Hall Akron, Michigan (Akron)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Albion, Michigan (Albion)
  • Elks Lodge Bingo Hall Albion, Michigan (Albion)
  • VFW #3901 Bingo Hall Algonac, Michigan (Algonac)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Allegan, Michigan (Allegan)
  • Eagles Bingo Hall Allegan, Michigan (Allegan)
  • Legion Hall Bingo Hall Allen Park, Michigan (Allen Park)
  • Legion Bingo Hall Allen Park, Michigan (Allen Park)
  • Alpena Senior Citizens Bingo Hall Alpena, Michigan (Alpena)
  • Knights of Columbus Bingo Hall Alpena, Michigan (Alpena)
  • Ann Arbor Senior Center Bingo Hall Ann Arbor, Michigan (Ann Arbor)
  • Amvets Bingo Hall Armada, Michigan (Armada)
  • VFW Bingo Hall AuGres, Michigan (AuGres)
  • Knights of Pythias Bingo Hall Augusta, Michigan (Augusta)
  • VFW Bingo Hall Baldwin, Michigan (Baldwin)
  • Ojibwa Casino Bingo Hall Baraga, Michigan (Baraga)
  • Eagles Bingo Hall Barton City, Michigan (Barton City)
  • St Jeromes Church Bingo Hall Battle Creek, Michigan (Battle Creek)
  • Burnham Brook Bingo Hall Battle Creek, Michigan (Battle Creek)
  • Ealges Lodge #299 Bingo Hall Battle Creek, Michigan (Battle Creek)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Battle Creek, Michigan (Battle Creek)
  • Village Hall Bingo Hall Bay City, Michigan (Bay City)
  • St Alban Cloverlead Club Bingo Hall Bay City, Michigan (Bay City)
  • Pulaski Hall Bingo Hall Bay City, Michigan (Bay City)
  • Boys and Girls Club Bingo Hall Bay City, Michigan (Bay City)
  • Knights of Columbus Bingo Hall Bay City, Michigan (Bay City)
  • Amvets Bingo Hall Bay City, Michigan (Bay City)
  • Eagles Bingo Hall Bay City, Texas (Bay City)
  • Village Bingo Hall Bay City, Michigan (Bay City)
  • Pulaski Bingo Hall Bay City, Michigan (Bay City)
  • Beaverton Lions Club Bingo Hall Beaverton, Michigan (Beaverton)
  • Eagles Bingo Hall Beaverton, Michigan (Beaverton)
  • VFW post #4406 Bingo Hall Belding, Michigan (Belding)
  • Knights of Columbus Bingo Hall Benton Harbor, Michigan (Benton Harbor)
  • Our Lady of LaSalette Church Bingo Hall Berkley, Michigan (Berkley)
  • VFW Bingo Hall Bessemer, Michigan (Bessemer)
  • Knights of Columbus Bingo Hall Birch Run, Michigan (Birch Run)
  • Birch Run Expo Center Bingo Hall Birch Run, Michigan (Birch Run)
  • Knights of Columbus Bingo Hall Boyne, Michigan (Boyne)
  • VFW Bingo Hall Brimley, Michigan (Brimley)
  • Albee Township Comm Ctr Bingo Hall Burt, Michigan (Burt)
  • Blessed Sacrament Bingo Hall Burton, Michigan (Burton)
  • The Palace Bingo Hall Burton, Michigan (Burton)
  • Moose Bingo Hall Cadillac, Michigan (Cadillac)
  • Elks Bingo Hall Cadillac, Michigan (Cadillac)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Carney, Michigan (Carney)
  • Knights of Columbus Bingo Hall Caro, Michigan (Caro)
  • VFW Post 4164 Bingo Hall Caro, Michigan (Caro)
  • Eagles Bingo Hall Caseville, Michigan (Caseville)
  • VFW Bingo Hall Cassopolis, Michigan (Cassopolis)
  • American Legion #287 Bingo Hall Cedar Springs, Michigan (Cedar Springs)
  • Saint Clement Bingo Hall Centerline, Michigan (Centerline)
  • VFW Bingo Hall Central Lake, Michigan (Central Lake)
  • American Legion #226 Bingo Hall Charlevoix, Michigan (Charlevoix)
  • VFW Bingo Hall Charlevoix, Michigan (Charlevoix)
  • Eagles Bingo Hall Charlotte, Michigan (Charlotte)
  • VFW Bingo Hall Charlotte, Michigan (Charlotte)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Charlotte, Michigan (Charlotte)
  • Knights of Columbus Bingo Hall Cheboygan, Michigan (Cheboygan)
  • Council on Aging Bingo Hall Cheboygan, Michigan (Cheboygan)
  • Eagles Bingo Hall Cheboygan, Michigan (Cheboygan)
  • North Gratiot Hall Bingo Hall Chesterfield, Michigan (Chesterfield)
  • Moose #1038 Bingo Hall Clare, Michigan (Clare)
  • Knights of Columbus Bingo Hall Clarkston, Michigan (Clarkston)
  • Knights of Columbus Bingo Hall Clawson, Michigan (Clawson)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Clinton, Michigan (Clinton)
  • Senior Center Bingo Hall Clinton Township, Michigan (Clinton Township)
  • Slapsticks Bingo Hall Clinton Twp, Michigan (Clinton Twp)
  • VFW Bingo Post #1452 Bingo Hall Clio, Michigan (Clio)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Coldwater, Michigan (Coldwater)
  • Eagles Bingo Hall Coldwater, Michigan (Coldwater)
  • Moose Bingo Hall Coldwater, Michigan (Coldwater)
  • Eagles Bingo Hall Comins, Michigan (Comins)
  • Dad of Foreign Service Vets Bingo Hall Comstock, Michigan (Comstock)
  • American Legion #47 Bingo Hall Comstock Park, Michigan (Comstock Park)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Constantine, Michigan (Constantine)
  • Coopersville Farm Museum and Event Center Bingo Hall Coopersville, Michigan (Coopersville)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Copemish, Michigan (Copemish)
  • Glastonbury Seniors Club Bingo Hall Davison, Michigan (Davison)
  • St John Bingo Hall Davison, Michigan (Davison)
  • PLAV Bingo Hall Dearborn, Michigan (Dearborn)
  • St Mel Church Bingo Hall Dearborn Heights, Michigan (Dearborn Heights)
  • VFW Bingo Hall Dearborn Heights, Michigan (Dearborn Heights)
  • VFW Bingo Hall Decatur, Michigan (Decatur)
  • Knights of Columbus Bingo Hall Detroit, Michigan (Detroit)
  • St Bartholomew Church Bingo Hall Detroit, Michigan (Detroit)
  • St Hedwig Church Bingo Hall Detroit, Michigan (Detroit)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Dorr, Michigan (Dorr)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Dowagiac, Michigan (Dowagiac)
  • Moose Lodge #933 Bingo Hall Dowagiac, Michigan (Dowagiac)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall East Jordan, Michigan (East Jordan)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall East Tawas, Michigan (East Tawas)
  • Rocking Chair Deserters Bingo Hall Eaton Rapids, Michigan (Eaton Rapids)
  • American Legion #319 Bingo Hall Ecorse, Michigan (Ecorse)
  • Downriver Pennsylvania Club Bingo Hall Ecorse, Michigan (Ecorse)
  • VFW Bingo Hall Edmore, Michigan (Edmore)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Edwardsburg, Michigan (Edwardsburg)
  • Hudson Township Auxiliary Bingo Hall Elmira, Michigan (Elmira)
  • VFW #3925 Bingo Hall Erie, Michigan (Erie)
  • Roundup Hall Bingo Hall Escanaba, Michigan (Escanaba)
  • Eagles Bingo Hall Escanaba, Michigan (Escanaba)
  • Roundup Bingo Hall Escanaba, Michigan (Escanaba)
  • Knights of Columbus Bingo Hall Essexville, Michigan (Essexville)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Farmington, Michigan (Farmington)
  • VFW Hall #3039 Bingo Hall Farwell, Michigan (Farwell)
  • VFW Post 3039 Bingo Hall Farwell, Michigan (Farwell)
  • VFW Bingo Hall Fenton, Michigan (Fenton)
  • VFW Bingo Hall Ferndale, Michigan (Ferndale)
  • Huron Valley Eagles #3732 Bingo Hall Flat Rock, Michigan (Flat Rock)
  • Pasadena Hall Bingo Hall Flint, Michigan (Flint)
  • Ray Woods Memorial Hall Bingo Hall Flint, Michigan (Flint)
  • Saint Leo's Parish Bingo Hall Flint, Michigan (Flint)
  • Fisher Hall Bingo Hall Flint, Michigan (Flint)
  • DAV #122 Bingo Hall Flint, Michigan (Flint)
  • Ben Agree Hall Bingo Hall Flint, Michigan (Flint)
  • Bingo Hall Bingo Hall Flint, Michigan (Flint)
  • Catholic Charities Bingo Hall Flint, Michigan (Flint)
  • American Legion Bingo Hall Flint, Michigan (Flint)
  • Fisher Bingo Hall Flint, Michigan (Flint)
  • Pasadena Bingo Hall Flint, Michigan (Flint)
  • Ray Woods Memorial Bingo Hall Flint, Michigan (Flint)
  • Ben Agree Bingo Hall Flint, Michigan (Flint)
  • V.F.W. Bingo Hall Fowlerville, Michigan (Fowlerville)
  • Moose Lodge Bingo Hall Fremont, Michigan (Fremont)

Summing up Where can I play bingo in Michigan? by BingoPort

What are bingo halls?


A bingo hall is simply somewhere where bingo games are held. Bingo halls can vary hugely- it could be a big, commercial bingo venue, or a community center, or a room put aside for a game in a retirement home.


Bingo halls, when set up for a bingo game, will usually have tables set up for the players to sit at, as well as somewhere for the bingo caller to stand. The caller must be easily heard and visible everywhere in the room, so they are usually at the front. The caller will use some form of random number selector- either an online program, a digital caller, or a classic roll cage, to select the numbers that they will call out.



How does a bingo game work?


If you’ve never played bingo in a hall before, you may be wondering how it all works. Although all games will be slightly different, here’s a rough idea of what to expect.


Aim to arrive early so that you can buy your tickets before the game begins. This will also give you time to find a seat. Check what the winning pattern is before the game starts; that way, you’ll know what you are looking for.


When the game starts, all players will take their seats. The room will be silent- no one talks so that everyone can hear the numbers being called. The bingo caller will announce the numbers as they are drawn, and players will mark them on their cards. The first player to match the winning pattern shouts BINGO!


Sometimes there is only one prize per game, sometimes there are multiple. For example, there could be a prize for the first player to get a single line, and then another prize for the first to cover all their numbers. Once the prizes are all awarded for that game, the game will end and there will usually be a short break before the next game begins.



Who are BingoPort?


Think of BingoPort as your fun, stress-free way to find your perfect bingo hall! We list hundreds of bingo halls across the US, and we organize them by state and then city so you can easily find what you’re looking for.


BingoPort is run by bingo fans for bingo fans, so keep an eye out for more exciting content like articles, news, and info pages.



How do I choose a bingo hall?


There are so many bingo halls to choose from in Michigan, it can be hard to know where to start! The easiest way to begin is to consider the halls closest to you. Find your state and nearest town or city in the BingoPort listings to get started.


Once you’ve got an idea of the halls within travelling distance for you, you can browse their listings pages (or even get in touch!) and get an idea of what they’re like. Check out things like whether there is parking, what times the games run, and how busy it gets.


Once you’ve picked a venue or two that look good, it’s the fun part! Go and give them a try and enjoy some bingo!



What makes a great bingo hall?


Every bingo hall has something to enjoy, but what makes a bingo hall really great? Well, that really depends what you love about bingo.


Since bingo is allowed commercially, there are lots of halls to choose from in Michigan. If you love a big, fancy hall with some sizeable jackpots, consider commercial bingo halls that run games as their business. These venues will know bingo games inside and out, and you can expect a slick, smooth experience from them. If giving to charity makes you feel great, consider playing in a charity game to raise money for a cause. You can even find out if a particular charity you love is hosting a bingo fundraiser at any point.


Whatever you love about bingo, you can find out everything to help you choose a venue right here in the BingoPort pages.



Michigan and gambling


Michigan allows several forms of gambling in the state. Casinos are allowed on Native American land, and there are plenty to choose from across the state. There was also a legal loophole that allowed three casinos in Detroit. Lotteries and horse racing are also allowed.


Bingo is legal in Michigan, and halls are spread throughout the state. Games may be played commercially or for charity.



Michigan, the Wolverine State


Here are five fascinating facts about the state of Michigan:




  1. Michigan is the only US state on two peninsulas. They are connected by the Mackinac Bridge.

  2. The state is bordered by four of the five Great Lakes; its coastline is the longest freshwater coast of any political subdivision… not just in the US, but in the world.

  3. Famous Michigan-born people include Madonna, Eminem, Tom Selleck, andid Rock.

  4. Although Michigan is called the Wolverine State, you won’t find wolverines in the wild there anymore. Only one has been seen in the last 200 years.

  5. There is lots to unpack on the flag of Michigan. On the coat of arms, a man stands on a peninsula by a lake; one hand is raised to symbolize peace, the other holds a gun, representing Michigan’s position as a frontier state. The shield is flanked by an elk and a moose, and topped by a bald eagle. There are also three Latin mottos on the flag.