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Casinos in Arizona

On this page, you will learn everything you need to know about casinos in Arizona, their legal status, a brief description of each casino open today, the history of Arizona casinos, and answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding them.

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With the first opening in 1984 in Fort McDowell, AZ, casinos in Arizona have exploded in popularity over the past three decades with now 25 casinos currently operating in the state. Then came the 1988 Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA), paving the way for Native American tribes to open legal casinos throughout Arizona on their reservations.

With many located just a short distance from the state’s capitol in Phoenix, AZ, let’s take a closer look at the casinos in Arizona, and what to expect when you visit each of them.

Yes, there are 25 legal casinos in Arizona, many of which now also include legal sportsbooks. It all began in 1988, when the U.S. Congress passed the IGRA which recognized gaming as economic activity that would benefit tribes. As rules and regulations continued to expand over the next few years, by 1994 there were 16 Compacts (agreements) and 10 operating casinos in Arizona.

As times changed in the United States, Native American tribes saw gambling and casinos as a way to provide economic prosperity to their people. By 1998, another half dozen casinos in Arizona opened, including Casino Arizona which remains amongst the most popular casinos in AZ today.

List of all casinos in Arizona


With all of the casinos in Arizona built on Native American reservations, their locations are still ideal, and very accessible for residents and visitors of the state. Below is a full list of all 25 casinos in Arizona.

  • Apache Gold Casino Resort - Highway 70, San Carlos, Arizona 85501
  • Apache Sky Casino - 777 Apache Sky Blvd, Winkelman, AZ 85192
  • BlueWater Resort and Casino - 11300 Resort Dr, Parker, AZ 85344
  • Bucky's Casino - 1500 AZ-69, Prescott, AZ 86301
  • Casino Arizona - 524 N. 92nd St., Scottsdale, AZ 85271
  • Casino del Sol - 5655 West Valencia Rd, Tucson, AZ 85757
  • Cliff Castle Casino - 555 W Middle Verde Rd, Camp Verde, AZ 86322
  • Cocopah Resort Casino - 15318 S Avenue B, Somerton, AZ 85350
  • Desert Diamond Casino Why - 1100 W Pima Mine Rd, Sahuarita, AZ 85629
  • Desert Diamond Casino Sahuarita - 1100 W Pima Mine Rd, Sahuarita, AZ 85629
  • Desert Diamond Casino West Valley - 9431 W Northern Ave, Glendale, AZ 85305
  • Desert Diamond Hotel & Casino Tucson - 9431 W Northern Ave, Glendale, AZ 85305
  • We-Ko-Pa Casino & Resort - 10438 Wekopa Way, Fort McDowell, AZ 85264
  • Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino - 15406 N Maricopa Rd, Maricopa, AZ 85139
  • Hon-Dah Resort Casino - 777 AZ-260, Pinetop, AZ 85935
  • Lone Butte Casino - 1077 S Kyrene Rd, Chandler, AZ 85226
  • Mazatzal Casino - Highway 87, Mile Marker 251, Payson, AZ 85541
  • Paradise Casino - 450 Quechan Dr, Yuma, AZ 85364
  • Santan Mountain Hotel & Casino - 7101 Gilbert Rd, Chandler, AZ 85249
  • Spirit Mountain Casino - 8555 AZ-95, Mohave Valley, AZ 86440
  • Talking Stick Resort - 9800 Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85256
  • Twin Arrows Casino Resort - 22181 Resort Blvd, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
  • Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino - 15091 S Komatke Ln, Laveen Village, AZ 85339
  • Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino - 5040 Wild Horse Pass Blvd, Chandler, AZ 85226
  • Yavapai Casino - 1505 AZ-69, Prescott, AZ 86301

Apache Gold Casino Resort

Located just five miles outside of Globe, AZ, Apache Gold Casino, and Resort opened its doors in 1994 and has since been a hotbed of economic activity in the region. In 1999, The Apache Gold Stronghold Golf Club opened as an 18-hole par 72 course, designed by Tom Doak and coming in just over 7,500 yards.

Today, in addition to the golf course and casino, which has more than 400 table games and various table games, there is also a sportsbook and bingo hall for patrons to enjoy. Additionally, there are four restaurants on the property including the Black River Grill, Apache Prime Steakhouse, and The Point Sports Bar.

  • Address: Highway 70, San Carlos, Arizona 85501
  • Contact information: (800) 272-2438

Apache Sky Casino

Apache Sky Casino opened its doors in April of 2017 on a 170-acre site on the southern end of the San Carlos Apache Nation. As a sister property of the Apache Gold Casino Resort, Apache Sky Casino has a similar profile, with more than 300 slot machines and no shortage of table games to choose from.

The Snax Snack Bar and Apache Sky Bar serve patrons with food and drink, and there is also an outdoor entertainment venue for customers to enjoy. There is also a hotel resort on the property, where customers can earn points to stay by joining the rewards program the Apache casinos offer.

  • Address: 777 Apache Sky Blvd, Winkelman, AZ 85192
  • Contact information: (928) 475-0077

BlueWater Resort and Casino

Owned and operated by the Colorado River Indian Tribes of Arizona and California, Blue Water Resort and Casino is home to more than 500 slot machines, countless table games, and a hotel with over 200 rooms. Opening its doors in 1999, BlueWater also has a stellar poker room and bingo hall, giving its customer base the full spectrum of gambling activities. 

Unique to BlueWater Resort and Casino, there is also the BlueWater Amphitheater and Show Room, which attracts national and international artists throughout the year. Located directly on the Colorado River, the resort has Wake Board Island, where Arizonans flock each summer to partake in the popular water sport.

  • Address: 11300 Resort Dr, Parker, AZ 85344
  • Contact information: (888) 243-3360

Bucky's Casino

Located just 90 miles northwest of Phoenix, Bucky’s Casino in Prescott, AZ opened its doors in August 1992 and has been a staple in the community ever since. Owned and operated by the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe, Bucky’s Casino has 24,000 square feet of total gaming space, with more than 300 slot machines, a dozen table games, and a full-scale poker room for patrons to enjoy. 

For those looking to stay on the property, there are also 160 rooms and 80 suites, where guests can head back after a night enjoying the property's three restaurants and bars. Not to be without an entertainment venue, Bucky’s Casino also has a theater that hosts live concerts and entertainment throughout the year.

  • Address: 1500 AZ-69, Prescott, AZ 86301
  • Contact information: (928) 776-5696

Casino Arizona

Opening in June 1998, Casino Arizona has become one of the best casinos in the entire state in the time since. Located in Scottsdale, AZ. With nearly 1,000 slot machines and dozens of table games, Casino Arizona is also home to keno and a 1,000-seat bingo hall. As one of the largest casinos in Arizona, Casino Arizona also has half a dozen restaurants including Cholla Prime Steakhouse and Lounge, CAZ Sports Bar, Willows Restaurant, and Eagles Buffet.

Owned and operated by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Casino Arizona is located on the Maricopa Indian Reservation, which covers more than 20 acres in total. Included in the 100,000 square feet of total gaming space, Casino Arizona features a recently opened sportsbook and a theater that contains 300 seats for its patrons to enjoy a variety of shows.

  • Address: 524 N. 92nd St., Scottsdale, AZ 85271
  • Contact information: 480-850-7777

Casino del Sol

Casino del Sol opened in October 2021 and is owned by the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, providing natives and locals with more than 500 jobs when it opened its doors. Fast forward to 2011, Casino del Sol put on an expansion, creating an additional 700 jobs to become one of the largest employers in the area.

Open 24 hours a day, Casino del Sol now features more than 200,000 square feet of total gaming space which includes 1,300 slot machines, 20+ table games, a 10-table poker room, bingo hall, and SolSports, a brand new 4,000 square foot sportsbook. There is also a 1,700+ seat theater on the property, the AV Amphitheater, which also includes 2,700+ lawn seats and features shows throughout the year. For those looking to just go for the experience, there are six restaurants on the property including Tequila Factory, Moby’s, P.Y. Steakhouse, and more.

  • Address: 5655 West Valencia Rd, Tucson, AZ 85757
  • Contact information: (855) 765-7829

Cliff Castle Casino

Owned by the Yavapai-Apache Nation, it is located in Campe Verde, AZ, and is known for its trademark entrance which features the remains of a native castle. Featuring more than 600 slot machines and a high-limit room, Cliff Castle Casino also has traditional table games such as blackjack.

Patrons that are visiting for more than just gambling have five restaurants and two bars to choose from, as well as a hotel with more than 100 rooms. While the Cliff Castle Casino was built back in 1995, an addition that included the six-story hotel was completed in 2018.

  • Address: 555 W Middle Verde Rd, Camp Verde, AZ 86322
  • Contact information: (928) 567-7999

Cocopah Resort Casino

Owned by the Cocopah Indian Tribe of Yuma, AZ, Cocopah Resort Casino opened in 2003 and has steadily grown into a staple of the area in the time since. Featuring more than 500 slot machines, table games, and bingo, Cocopah Resort Casino also includes a 100+ room hotel with a pool and fitness room for guests to enjoy.

For those looking to hold events at Cocopah Resort Casino, there is also a 4,000-square-foot conference center and four restaurants including the Artisan Restaurant.

  • Address: 15318 S Avenue B, Somerton, AZ 85350
  • Contact information: (928) 726-8066

Desert Diamond Casino Why

One of four, soon to be five, Desert Diamond Casinos in Arizona, Desert Diamond Casino Why is owned and operated by the Tohono O'odham Nation which broke into the gambling industry in 1993. Open seven days a week from 10 AM to 12 AM, the Desert Diamond Why Casino is on the smaller end, featuring only slot machines (40) and a recently opened sportsbook. 

There is also a convenience store on the property, open from 12 PM to 10 PM each day, as well as Why Deli.

  • Address: Arizona 86, Highway Milepost 55, Ajo, AZ 85321
  • Contact information: (866) 332-9467

Desert Diamond Casino Sahuarita

Another one of the four Desert Diamond casinos owned by the Tohono O’odham Nation, the Desert Diamond Casino Sahuarita is located just south of Tucson, AZ. A staple in the local economy for nearly 30 years, the Desert Diamond Casino Sahuarita is a full-scale 24-hour casino that features more than 750 slot machines, table games, Keno, and a sportsbook.

Desert Diamond Casino Sahuarita is also home to the Diamond Center, a 2,400-seat theater entertaining throughout the year. For those looking to do more than gamble, the property features five restaurants including the Agave Restaurant and the Diamond Grill.

  • Address: 1100 W Pima Mine Rd, Sahuarita, AZ 85629
  • Contact information: (866) 332-9467

Desert Diamond Casino West Valley

Desert Diamond Casino West Valley is the most recent property opened by the Tohono O’odham Nation, opening its doors in 2015. When it first opened, its license was denied to become a full-scale casino, so it instead pivoted to bingo-style slot machines and no tables (and no alcohol). 

By May of 2017, the Tohono O’odham Nation settled their lawsuit with the state of Arizona, as they introduced table games, regular slot machines, and alcohol sales. The casino as it’s known today was renovated and officially opened on February 19, 2020, as the 1.2 million square foot facility features more than 1,000 slot machines, 50+ table games, 36 poker tables, bingo, and nearly a half dozen restaurants.

  • Address: 9431 W Northern Ave, Glendale, AZ 85305
  • Contact information: (623) 877-7777

Desert Diamond Hotel & Casino Tucson

The Desert Diamond Hotel & Casino Tucson is the last property on our list owned and operated by the Tohono Oʼodham Nation. Serving the greater Tucson area for nearly three decades, the Desert Diamond Hotel & Casino Tucson offers more than 1,000 slot machines, table games, keno, a poker room, and a bingo hall. More than just a great casino, the property includes a 150-room hotel, three restaurants, lounges, and even a nightclub.

Open 24 hours a day, Desert Diamond Hotel & Casino Tucson also recently opened a sportsbook, where sports bettors in the area can get down on their favorite teams. Sportsbook associates are available to take bets from 9 AM - 10 PM daily, and kiosks are available 24/7.

  • Address: 7350 S Nogales Hwy, Tucson, AZ 85756
  • Contact information: (866) 332-9467

We-Ko-Pa Casino & Resort

Owned by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, the casino first opened in 1984 as Ba'Ja Bingo and was Arizona’s first casino. In the time since, it had been known as Fort McDowell Casino, with the We-Ko-Pa Hotel operating nearby, but separately. 

The We-Ko-Pa Casino & Resort as we know it today opened in October of 2020, merging the two properties to create a 166,000+ square foot casino that includes more than 1,000 slot machines, dozens of table games, poker tables, and a recently opened sportsbook. There are also six restaurants on the property, 245 hotel rooms, a golf course, and a conference center that hosts events throughout the year.

  • Address: 10438 Wekopa Way, Fort McDowell, AZ 85264
  • Contact information: (480) 789-5300

Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino

Located 40 miles south of Phoenix, AZ, Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino is owned by the Ak-Chin Indian Community and operated by Caesars Entertainment. Opened in 1994, Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino is one of the oldest in Arizona and has expanded greatly over the years.

In 2011, Harrah’s Ak-Chin completed a $20 million renovation which included a 150-room hotel tower to double its rooms. In 2018, another 12-story hotel tower was added with 200 more rooms. Today, the Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino property includes slot machines, table games, video poker, keno, bingo, a pool and swim-up bar, an entertainment facility for live shows and weddings, and a 500+ room hotel.

  • Address: 15406 N Maricopa Rd, Maricopa, AZ 85139
  • Contact information: (480) 802-5000

Hon-Dah Resort Casino

Featuring 20,000 square feet of total gaming space, Hon-Dah Resort and Casino features more than 750 slot machines, video poker and blackjack, and a poker room. There is also a 125-room hotel on the property complete with a lobby bar, pool, sauna, and spa. For guests who bring their RV, there is a 500-site full hook-up RV park on the property as well.

For patrons who are not gambling, the Indian Pine Restaurant is open every day from 6 AM to 10 PM and has something for everyone, including a seafood buffet on Friday nights.

  • Address: 777 AZ-260, Pinetop, AZ 85935
  • Contact information: (928) 369-0299

Lone Butte Casino

As one of the more recent casinos in Arizona to open, the Lone Butte Casino opened its doors in November 2008 featuring more than 800 slot machines, two dozen table games, a poker room, a bingo hall, and a high-limit blackjack room. There were also six restaurants opened on the property, and recently a (BetMGM) sportsbook was opened at Lone Butte Casino.

Owned by the Gila River Indian Community, the Lone Butte Casino is now one of four casinos in Arizona owned and operated by the tribe.

  • Address: 1077 S Kyrene Rd, Chandler, AZ 85226
  • Contact information: (800) 946-4452

Mazatzal Casino

Owned by the Tonto Apache, the Mazatzal Casino is open 24 hours a day and features more than 119,000 square feet of total gambling space. With more than 400 slot machines, the Mazatazal Casino also has table games including blackjack, three-card poker, and more. In 2022, TwinSpires opened the Mazatzal Sportsbook on the property, giving the Mazatzal Casino the full spectrum of casino attractions.

In addition to a hotel room that has a pool and jacuzzi, there are three restaurants on the property including the Cedar Ridge Restaurant, Apache Spirits Lounge, and The Grill.

  • Address: Highway 87, Mile Marker 251, Payson, AZ 85541
  • Contact information: (928) 474-6044

Paradise Casino

Owned by the Quechan Tribe, Paradise Casino formed a compact with the state of Arizona back in 1993, officially opening its doors in 1996. Located on the Fort Yuma Indian Reservation, Paradise Casino offers its customers more than 500 slot machines, bingo, table games, and a recently opened Unibet sportsbook.

There are also four restaurants on the property, including the popular The Cover, Paradise Kaa’fe, The Reef Bar, and Sharky’s Lounge. In late 2023, Paradise Casino completed a multi-year renovation which modernized the exterior and interior.

  • Address: 450 Quechan Dr, Yuma, AZ 85364
  • Contact information: (888) 777-4946

Santan Mountain Hotel & Casino

Also owned by the Gila River Indian Community, the Santan Mountain Hotel & Casino is one of the newest casinos in Arizona, officially opening on June 30, 2023. Featuring 800+ slot machines, table games, and a brand new BetMGM sportsbook, the project cost more than $180 million and is the fourth owned by the Gila River Indian Community tribe.

In addition to its more than 25 table games, Santan Mountain Hotel & Casino also features a high-limit gaming room. There are four restaurants on the property, including Rizzo’s, Taste Kitchen, Mein Dish, and Upper Deck Deli.

  • Address: 7101 Gilbert Rd, Chandler, AZ 85249
  • Contact information: (800) 946-4452

Spirit Mountain Casino

As one of the first full-scale casinos in Arizona, the Spirit Mountain Casino opened in 1995 after 12 months of construction. With the compact including only slot machines to start, table games were introduced in 1997, and a 100-room hotel was added in 1998. By 2000, the success of Spirit Mountain Casino was tangible, as they nearly doubled the size of their gaming floor with 700 more slot machines and the addition of a poker room.

Fast forward to 2020, and in addition to a multi-million dollar renovation to the hotel, a BetMGM Sportsbook was also opened on the property.

  • Address: 8555 AZ-95, Mohave Valley, AZ 86440
  • Contact information: (928) 346-2000

Talking Stick Resort

Opening its doors in April 2010, Talking Stick Resort and Casino has become one of the hottest destinations in the Scottsdale area. In addition to their full-scale casino which offers hundreds of slots and table games, there are more than 450 hotel rooms, three pools, 10 top-notch restaurants, lounges, a massive poker room, and a bingo hall.

Featuring more than 240,000 square feet of property, 98,000 of which is casino space, Talking Stick Resort is amongst the largest casino properties in the southwest outside of Las Vegas. For patrons who don’t gamble, also on the property are the Talking Stick Resort Golf Club, the Pavilions at Talking Stick Resort concert venue, and Butterfly Wonderland.

  • Address: 9800 Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85256
  • Contact information: (480) 850-7777

Twin Arrows Casino Resort

Opening in May of 2023, Twin Arrows Casino Resort was a $175 million casino and hotel project that was opened by the Navajo Nation. One of four casinos they have throughout the southwest, Twin Arrows Casino Resort is the only Navajo Nation property in Arizona. 

Including more than 260,000 square feet of property, Twin Arrows Casino resort includes hotel rooms and a conference center in addition to 1,100 slot machines, countless table games, bingo, a poker room, live keno, and a recently opened sportsbook. For the foodies, there are five restaurants on the property including the Grand Falls Buffet, Zenith Steakhouse, Arrow Sports Bar, and more.

  • Address: 22181 Resort Blvd, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
  • Contact information: (928) 856-7200

Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino

Gila River Resorts & Casino Vee Quiva as we know it today opened its doors in July 2013, replacing a Gila River casino in Laveen. Owned and operated by the Gila River Indian Community, Vee Quiva is one of four Gila River Properties in Arizona.

Open 24 hours a day, there is 70,000 square feet of total gaming space which includes 1,000+ slot machines, more than a dozen different types of table games, and a recently opened BetMGM Sportsbook. The hotel on the property is a 3-story boutique hotel featuring 90 rooms and was recently a AAA Four Diamond Award winner.

  • Address: 15091 S Komatke Ln, Laveen Village, AZ 85339
  • Contact information: (800) 946-4452

Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino

Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino is another one of the Gila River casino properties in Arizona, opening its doors in October 2009 with a price tag of more than $200 million. In 2020, the casino began work on a $180 million expansion which included an updated casino plan and a brand new 11-story hotel. Once complete in January 2022, Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino quickly became one of the hottest casinos in Arizona.

Coming in at 100,000+ square feet of total gaming space, Wild Horse Pass features 1,000+ slot machines, 40+ table games, high-limit rooms, a poker room, and a newly opened BetMGM Sportsbook. For food fans, there are plenty of options including a food court, Prime Steakhouse, Ling & Louies, Fullhouse Cafe, and more.

  • Address: 5040 Wild Horse Pass Blvd, Chandler, AZ 85226
  • Contact information: (800) 946-4452

Yavapai Casino

The Yavapai Casino opened its doors in 1994, and to this day is owned and operated by the Yavapai-Prescott tribe. As part of their compact, Yavapai Casino only offers slot games, and has more than 170 to choose from.

Amongst the smaller casinos in Arizona, Yavapai Casino features just 6,000 square feet of total gaming space. One of the reasons Yavapai Casino has maintained its smaller stature is its sister property Bucky’s Casino is just across the street, drawing the bigger action and customers. For those looking for food at Yavapai Casino, the Yavapai Cantina Sports Grill offers some of the best burgers in town and is a great place to catch a game.

  • Address: 1505 AZ-69, Prescott, AZ 86301
  • Contact information: (928) 445-5767

Are any more casinos opening in Arizona in the near future?

Yes, the Desert Diamond Casino Glendale is set to open in late 2024, with a groundbreaking ceremony being held in April of 2023. The $450 million facility will feature more than 180,000 square feet of total gaming space that will include nearly 1,000 slot machines, 30 table games, a full-scale sportsbook, and a poker room. There will also be at least three restaurants on the property, including one of which is said to be a fine dining restaurant.

Once the casino is opened in late 2024, there is a second stage of the Desert Diamond Casino Glendale that will feature a conference center, theater, and high-end hotel. Owned by the Tohono O’odham Nation, the new casino will be the fifth Desert Diamond Casino owned and operated by the tribe with all the others spread through Arizona.

Can I bet on sports at Arizona casinos?

Yes, you can bet on sports at various Arizona casinos. Since legal Arizona sports betting was introduced in September 2021, numerous facilities have been offering in-person wagering. Casinos such as Casino Arizona in Scottsdale and Casino Del Sol in Tucson are among the locations statewide where you can place sports bets.

History of casinos in Arizona

More than 30 years old at this point, the Arizona casino industry is amongst the most mature in the entire country. With the introduction of sports betting in recent years, tax revenue for the state has continued to skyrocket. It didn’t happen overnight, however, as we take a closer look at the history of casinos in Arizona.

  • 1988: The U.S. Congress wrote and passed the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) which officially recognized casino gaming as a way to boost economic growth for tribes. This bill relied on the tribes being self-sufficient and put forth strong tribal governance around the industry.
  • 1992: The National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC), which was tasked with overseeing the operations set forth because of the IGRA, declared that each tribe must have a compact before opening a casino with slot machines. Compacts were to include rules and regulations that operators must follow pertaining to the types of games allowed on the casino premises.
  • 1994: By December 94’, there were 16 compacts put out and 10 casinos operating.
  • 1998: The first full-scale casino in the Phoenix area, Casino Arizona, was opened which included hundreds of slot machines, table games, and an entertainment venue. Given its central location to millions of residents (and visitors), Casino Arizona was pivotal in the industry gaining traction in the state.
  • 2002: With the regulations set forth in the IGRA set to expire in 2003, the continuation of Indian gaming rights in the states was in jeopardy. In November 2002, however, Arizona voters approved a proposition to authorize the continuation of Indian gaming in the state.
  • 2021: In April of 2021, the Arizona Senate passed House Bill 27772, legalizing Arizona sports betting both online and at retail sportsbooks. With the passage of the bill, casinos in Arizona began making formal plans to set up sports betting operations on their property.

FAQ

What games can I play at casinos in Arizona?

You can play slot machines, table games, keno, poker, bingo, and more at casinos in Arizona. You can also bet on sports at one of the many casinos in Arizona that have recently opened sportsbooks.

Do I have to pay taxes on winnings from Arizona casinos?

Yes, you have to pay taxes on winnings from Arizona casinos. It is best advised to consult with your local tax professional for your specific tax situation.

Are there any casinos in Phoenix?

While there are no casinos within city limits, Phoenix casinos typically refer to the nine casinos located in the surrounding area.

What is the legal gambling age to enter and play at casinos in Arizona?

The legal gambling age to enter and play casinos in Arizona is 21 years of age.

Do Arizona casinos offer non-gambling entertainment options?

Yes, many Arizona casinos offer non-gambling entertainment options such as concert venues, theaters, restaurants, lounges, and more.

Can I smoke in Arizona casinos?

No, all Arizona casinos are smoke-free. They do have a dedicated smoking area located outside of the gaming space.

Are there any dress codes or restrictions for entry into Arizona casinos?

Other than the requirement to wear a shirt, shorts/pants, and shoes at all times, there are very few dress codes or restrictions for entry into Arizona casinos.

Are Arizona casinos open year-round?

Yes, Arizona casinos are open year-round, with many being open 24 hours a day 365 days a year.