As with most legends, the story of Treasure Bay seems to be a colorful mixture of truth, tall tales, and exaggeration, all distorted by time.
Visit their web site and click on “The Legend” to read more on the interesting background of Treasure Bay.
Treasure Bay has its own in-house progressives that make it pay to play at Treasure Bay. Just ask their slot staff to direct you to these many games, which include $1 games of Leap Frog, Balloon Bars and 7s Up.
You’ll also find progressive jackpots on the over-sized Mini-Bertha machines with $1 games of Five Times Pay and Double Diamond. There’s also Captain Hook’s Nickels, Treasure on the High Seas quarters, $5 Double Diamonds that have hit for more than $75,000, and video poker games just waiting for that royal flush to hit. Unlike statewide progressives, which can hit the top award at any casino, their “in-house” progressives only pay off for their guests — it’s not a matter of IF a big jackpot will hit at their casino, but WHEN.