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We have compiled a list of every land based casino in the United States so that you can easily find the best place to play nearest you, when you want to get out of the house and win big!
Popular casinos by region
Foxwoods Resort Casino
4,700,000 sq. feet of gaming space. There are six casinos altogether, with more than 7,200 machines and 400 table games with more than 17 different types of table games, including 100 for poker alone, as well as the world's largest Bingo Hall.
- 39 Norwich Westerly Road Mashantucket,Connecticut
- Phone Number: (860) 312-3000
Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino
91,181 sq ft of gaming space; 2,000 gaming machines and 80 tables games.
- Boardwalk and Mississippi Avenue Atlantic City,New Jersey
- Phone Number: (609) 441-6000
Turning Stone Casino Resort
125,000 sq ft of gaming space with 2,200 gaming machines and 112 table and poker games.
- 5218 Patrick Road Verona,New York
- Phone Number: (315) 361-7711
350,000 sq feet of gaming space; 6,405 gaming machines and 377 table and poker games.
- 1 Mohegan Sun Boulevard Uncasville,Connecticut
- Phone Number: (860) 862-8000
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood
130,000 sq ft of gaming space, with 2,500 gaming machines and 135 table and poker games.
- 1 Seminole Way Hollywood,Florida
- (954) 327-7625
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
50,000 sq ft of gaming space
- 777 Beach Blvd. Biloxi,Mississippi
Horseshoe Casino Hotel - Tunica
136,000 sq. ft. of gaming space; 1, 351 gaming machines and 68 table and poker games. Casino is open 24/7/365, but poker is only offered Friday-Sunday. This is a stationary boat casino.
- 1021 Casino Center Drive Tunica,Mississippi
Harrah's New Orleans Casino
125,000 sq. feet of gaming space with 1,845 gaming machines and 123 table and poker games.
- 4 Canal Street New Orleans,Louisiana
- (504) 533-6000
Harrah's Joliet Casino and Hotel
38,900 s. ft of gaming space; 941 gaming machines and 33 table and poker games. This is a riverboat casino and open daily from 8 am to 6am.
- 151 North Joliet Street Joliet,Illinois
- (815) 740-7800
Potawatomi Bingo Casino
780,000 sq ft of gaming space; 3,100 gaming machines and 129 table and poker games.
- 1721 West Canal Street Milwaukee,Wisconsin
- (414) 645-6888
Ameristar Casino Hotel - Kansas City
140,000 sq ft of gaming space; 2,638 gaming machines and 72 table and poker games. This is a stationary barge casino; open 24 hours daily except for Wednesdays when it closes for one hour, from 5am- 6am.
- 3200 North Ameristar Drive Kansas City,Missouri
- (816) 414-7000
500,000 square feet of gaming space
- Interstate 35, Exit 1 Thackerville,Oklahoma
- (580) 276-4229
Bellagio Hotel & Casino
155,000 square feet, featuring 2,400 gaming machines, and 188 table and poker games.
- 3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas,Nevada
MGM Grand Hotel Casino
171, 500 sq ft
- 3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas,Nevada
- (702) 891-1111
135,000 sq. ft of gaming space; 1,700 gaming machines and 120 table and poker games.
- 3950 Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegas,Nevada
- (702) 632-7777
WYNN Las Vegas
110,000 sq. feet of gaming space; 2,600 gaming machines and 295 table and poker games.
- 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas Las Vegas,Nevada
- (702) 770-7000
Harrah's Casino Hotel Reno
60,000 sq ft gaming space with 830 gaming machines and 35 table games.
- 219 North Center Street Reno,Nevada
- (775) 786-3232
Blue Lake Casino
44,504 sq ft of gaming space; 800 gaming machines; 18 table and poker games.
- 777 Casino Way Blue Lake,California
- (707) 668-9770
33,000 sq ft; 1,200 gaming machines and 41 table and poker games. The property is only open for play Sunday-Thursday 9 am-5am; Fridays and Saturdays, it is open for 48 hours straight
- 15347 Suquamish Way Suquamish,Washington
- (360) 598-8700
Silver Reef Casino
50,000 sq feet of gaming space with 970 gaming machines and 19 table games. Casino is open Sunday-Thursday from 9 am – 4 am, and Friday/Saturdays from 9 am- 6 am.
- 4876 Haxton Way Ferndale,Washington
- (360) 383-0777
Minimum Gambling Ages State By State
The legal gambling age varies between 18 and 21 across the US, with some states including both ages as a minimum for different types of gambling. Native American casinos also have different rules because of their special status. The table below will quickly show you where each state stands on your particular age group.
I am 18-20
States Where Those Aged 18+ Can Gamble
The following states allow 18-year-olds to gamble:
- Washington DC
Allow Some: 39
These states allow 18-year-olds to make certain types of bets (for example pari-mutuel and bingo):
- New Hampshire
- North Dakota
Land Based Casino FAQ
What should I look for in a land based casino?
American land-based casinos come in a wide variety of flavors, but some stand out more than others. Certainly, you should look at the variety of games on offer - make sure at a minimum they have slots, blackjack, roulette, baccarat, video poker and craps - as well as the comps (or complimentary items) being offered by your chosen US casino. Do try to avoid getting taken in by the glitz and glamour of many of the big casinos in the USA (although having a nice environment to gamble in certainly does help). Excitement and energy in the atmosphere is important, as you want to feel that thrill when you win. You might also look for American casinos that offer shows or fine dining, as these are great distractions to celebrate a win with, or commiserate after a loss.
Should I stay at the casino's hotel?
You can often obtain great US casino resort deals that make staying at a casino's hotel worthwhile. However, it is important to look for packages that can make it worth your while. Also, staying at the casino's hotel also makes gambling really convenient, so if you want to wander down from your room at 4am and spin some slots you won't need to take a cab.
What can I bet on at local casinos?
Almost everything, and certainly a huge range of casino games and sports events. Slot machines will take up a lot of the casino floor at any venue, and your local brick and mortar site will also have a full complement of blackjack, roulette, baccarat and poker tables to join. Lotteries and bingo games are very popular with US players, and many casinos also offer race books for betting on top events.
How do I get comps at a local casino?
Simply by sitting at a table or a slot machine you are likely to be offered free alcohol or free food (or even both). Do be aware that drinking alcohol can impede your gambling ability, so be conscious of your consumption (especially of you are gambling at higher limits).
Are land based casinos safe?
Yes they are, playing near your location is always a wise choice. While there will always be local American casinos that attempt to take advantage of the unwary gambler, most land-based casinos have super high security that monitors casino patrons and employees to prevent cheating. Governments also regulate and audit gambling institutions to ensure they are playing by the rules. Las Vegas, Atlantic City and others are heavily regulated and have lots of security.
How much can I win at a brick and mortar casino?
The limit really depends on the casino you are playing at. Some large US casinos will be able to handle immensely large bets from their high rollers. When it comes to specific gambling games, like slots, there is often set limits on the jackpots you can win. Again, larger jackpots are often found in larger casinos. Local casinos near you may have somewhat lower limits.
Whether you live in Texas or California, our local casino finder can show you the closest casino to you. You won't have to drive around in circles looking for a great casino, and it won't be a surprise when you get there as our finder has you covered. You can find more info on gambling online from the States in our detailed guide - click here for our Gambling guide. Of course, if you live north of the border in Canada - or simply want to head up there for a break - our Canadian casino finder is definitely the way to go. And if you are heading to the Land Down Under, then don't miss our page for local Australian casinos so you won't get lost in the outback.
United States Gambling Resources
A national organization dedicated to researching, understanding and finding effective treatment for pathological gambling disorders. National Center for Responsible Gaming
A non-profit resource that aims to help people recognize and treat problem gambling and gambling addiction. HelpGuide.org - Gambling Addiction
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