Arizona has a more robust casino gambling scene than many other states, but less of a presence than others. It’s no Nevada, for sure.
You’ll find a couple dozen Native American casinos throughout the state offer gambling machines that include slots, video blackjack, video keno, and video poker. Many casinos in Arizona also offer table games like blackjack and casino war.
Unless you’re playing bingo or pull-tab games, the gambling age in Arizona is 21. You can play bingo and pull-tabs as young as 18, though.
Fantasy sports, betting on sports, and online casinos are all illegal in Arizona.
An Alphabetical List of Casinos in Arizona
Here’s an alphabetical list of all of the Arizona gambling options:
- Apache Gold Casino Resort
- Apache Sky Casino
- BlueWater Resort and Casino
- Bucky’s Casino
- Casino Arizona
- Casino del Sol
- Casino of the Sun
- Cliff Castle Casino
- Cocopah Resort Casino
- Desert Diamond Casino
- Desert Diamond Casino, Sahuarita
- Desert Diamond Casino, West Valley
- Desert Diamond Hotel & Casino
- Fort McDowell Casino
- Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino
- Hon-Dah Resort Casino
- Lone Butte Casino
- Mazatzal Casino
- Paradise Casino
- Spirit Mountain Casino
- Talking Stick Resort
- Twin Arrows Casino Resort
- Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino
- Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino
- Yavapi Casino
As you can probably tell from the names of the casinos, Arizona casinos are all tribal casinos. And they often lean into Native American stereotypes and actual tribe names for their casino names.