Gambling in Arizona

Lottery 21
Parimutuel 21
Casinos 21
Bingo Charity 18

Apache Gold Casino San Carlos
Blue Water Casino Parker
Buckys Casino Prescott
Casino Arizona -Talking Stick Scottsdale
Casino Arizona Scottsdale
Casino Del Sol Tucson

Cliff Castle Casino Camp Verde
Cocopah Resort Somerton
Desert Diamond Casino Nogales
Desert Diamond Casino Sahuarita
Fort McDowell Casino Fort McDowell
Harrahs Ak Chin Casino Maricopa
Hon-Dah Resort Casino Pinetop

Lone Butte Casino Resort Chandler
Mazatzal Casino Payson
Paradise Casino Arizona Yuma
Vee Quiva Casino Laveen
Wild Horse Pass Casino Chandler
Yavapai Casino Prescott

In the 1990’s Arizona brought legal gambling to the state making it one of the last to legalize gaming within the country. Arizona followed the trend because other states were showing major revenue from the legalization of many forms of gambling. Within the state players will find gambling mostly on tribal lands, on tracks, in bingo halls & more.

Types of Gambling Found in Arizona
Gambling can be found in 15 different cities throughout the state of Arizona in Payson, Prescott, Maricopa, Fountain Hills, Camp Verde & more. Within Arizona players can find over 13,000 slot machines along side table games and more. Horse & Greyhound racing can be found within the sate as well and are a big part of the culture in Arizona. In the state there are several different tracks to choose from including Turf Paradise, Yavapai Downs & more. Apache Junction, Arizona is the only place to find Greyhound racing within the state. Arizona enacted a state lottery in 1981 for games offered to players who are 21 and over. Arizona has 25 large casinos which offer Vegas-style gaming. Most of these casinos can be found around the Phoenix Metro area and Tucson. In Arizona, players must be 21 or over to participate in gaming around the state in land based casinos. Charity gambling events for money are also permitted within the state and are one of the only forms of gambling that allow players who are 18 and over along with bingo.