The state of gambling in Arizona
Like many states in America, you will find casinos situated on Indian reservations, and Arizona currently has more than 20 land-based casinos for visitors to choose from -- all of them operated by one of the 22 federally recognized tribes in Arizona. You not, however, find any sportsbooks at these locations.
Horse racing in the state is quite active, with three racetracks all offering pari-mutuel betting and simulcast wagering. You can also place bets at several Off-Track Betting (OTB) locations in the state, and you will find that online providers will allow real money betting on horses too.
If you are a fan of DFS, it is bad news at the moment with no access to the authorized real money sites.The situation, on the whole, may be changing in the future with the governor and the Navajo Nation having both expressed an interest in expanding the options available to local residents for gambling, both online and offline.
No doubt the state of New Jersey will be looked on as a testing ground for many states like Arizona as it looks to take more of its gambling businesses online.
Apache Gold Casino Resort (5 US Highway 70, San Carlos)
Apache Sky Casino (777 Apache Sky Blvd., Dudleyville)
Blue Water Casino (11300 Resort Drive, Parker)
Bucky's Casino & Resort (500 East Highway 69, Prescott)
Casino Arizona (524 N. 92nd Street, Scottsdale)
Casino Del Sol (5655 West Valencia Road, Tucson)
Casino of the Sun (7406 South Camino de Oeste, Tucson)
Cliff Castle Casino Hotel (555 Middle Verde Road, Camp Verde)
Cocopah Resort (15268 South Avenue B, Somerton)
Desert Diamond Casino – Sahuarita (1100 W. Pima Mine Road, Sahuarita)
Desert Diamond Casino – Tucson (7350 South Nogales Highway, Tucson)
Desert Diamond Casino – West Valley (9431 W. Northern Ave, Glendale)
Desert Diamond Casino – Why (Highway 86, Ajo)
Fort McDowell Casino (10424 North Fort McDowell Road, Fort McDowell)
Gila River Casinos Lone Butte (1077 South Kyrene Rd., Chandler)
Gila River Casinos Vee Quiva (15091 South Komatke Lane, Laveen)
Gila River Casinos Wild Horse Pass (5040 Wild Horse Pass Blvd., Chandler)
Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino Resort (15406 North Maricopa Road, Maricopa)
Hon-Dah Resort Casino (Hon-Dah Resort Casino, 777 Hwy 260, Pinetop)
Mazatzal Casino (Mile Post 251 Arizona Highway 87, Payson)
Quechan Paradise Casino (450 Quechan Drive, Yuma)
Spirit Mountain Casino (8555 AZ-95, Mohave Valley)
Talking Stick Resort (9800 East Indian Bend Road, Scottsdale)
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino (22181 Resort Blvd, Flagstaff)
We-Ko-Pa Resort (10424 North Fort McDowell Road, Fountain Hills)
Yavapai Casino (1505 East Highway 69, Prescott)
Although every care has been taken into providing the information for this map, state law can often change and this map is how we at GamingUSA understand the gambling law in each state to be as of March 27th 2023