List of casinos in Arizona

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This is a list of casinos in Arizona. All of them are operated as Native American gaming facilities.
Casinos in the U.S. State of Arizona[1]
Casino Nearest City County State Opened Tribal Organization[2] Comments
Apache Gold Casino Resort San Carlos Gila Arizona 1994 San Carlos Apache 33°21′29″N 110°40′09″W / 33.35810°N 110.66915°W / 33.35810; -110.66915
Apache Sky Casino Dudleyville Pinal Arizona 2017 San Carlos Apache 32°53′16″N 110°42′08″W / 32.887856°N 110.702201°W / 32.887856; -110.702201
BlueWater Resort and Casino Parker La Paz Arizona 1999 Colorado River Indian Tribes 34°10′01″N 114°16′05″W / 34.16683°N 114.26799°W / 34.16683; -114.26799

Wakeboard park located on premises [3]

Bucky's Casino Prescott Yavapai Arizona 1995 Yavapai-Prescott 34°33′03″N 112°26′49″W / 34.550937°N 112.447076°W / 34.550937; -112.447076
Casino Arizona Scottsdale Maricopa Arizona 1998 Salt River Pima–Maricopa
Casino del Sol Tucson Pima Arizona 2011 Pascua Yaqui 32°07′52″N 111°05′11″W / 32.131065°N 111.086255°W / 32.131065; -111.086255
Casino of the Sun Tucson Pima Arizona 1994 Pascua Yaqui 32°07′03″N 111°03′52″W / 32.117523°N 111.064326°W / 32.117523; -111.064326
Cliff Castle Casino Camp Verde Yavapai Arizona 1995 Yavapai-Apache 34°36′21″N 111°51′44″W / 34.605919°N 111.862144°W / 34.605919; -111.862144
Cocopah Resort Casino Somerton Yuma Arizona 1993 Cocopah 32°36′25″N 114°39′07″W / 32.606879°N 114.651964°W / 32.606879; -114.651964
Desert Diamond Casino Why Pima Arizona 1999 Tohono O'odham 32°14′38″N 112°43′35″W / 32.244014°N 112.726457°W / 32.244014; -112.726457

Formerly known as Golden Hassan Casino

Desert Diamond Casino, Sahuarita Sahuarita Pima Arizona 2001 San Xavier 32°00′16″N 110°59′18″W / 32.004551°N 110.988248°W / 32.004551; -110.988248
Desert Diamond Casino–West Valley Glendale Maricopa Arizona 2015 Tohono O'odham Nation 33°33′05″N 112°15′51″W / 33.5513458°N 112.2642438°W / 33.5513458; -112.2642438

San Lucy District (trust land)

Desert Diamond Hotel & Casino Tucson Pima Arizona 1993 San Xavier 32°07′07″N 110°57′51″W / 32.118555°N 110.964103°W / 32.118555; -110.964103
Fort McDowell Casino Fountain Hills Maricopa Arizona 1992 Fort McDowell Yavapai 33°34′55″N 111°40′50″W / 33.581827°N 111.680557°W / 33.581827; -111.680557
Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino Maricopa Pinal Arizona 1994 Ak-Chin
Hon-Dah Resort Casino Pinetop-Lakeside Navajo Arizona 1993 White Mountain Apache 34°04′43″N 109°54′16″W / 34.078723°N 109.904440°W / 34.078723; -109.904440
Lone Butte Casino Chandler Maricopa Arizona 1994 Gila River Indian Community 33°17′23″N 111°56′34″W / 33.289665°N 111.942699°W / 33.289665; -111.942699

Renovated in 2015

Mazatzal Casino Payson Gila Arizona 1993 Tonto Apache 34°13′13″N 111°19′49″W / 34.220289°N 111.330374°W / 34.220289; -111.330374
Paradise Casino Yuma Yuma Arizona 1996 Quechan
Spirit Mountain Casino Mohave Valley Mohave Arizona 1995 Mohave Renovated and reopened in 2015
Talking Stick Resort Scottsdale Maricopa Arizona 2010 Salt River Pima–Maricopa
Twin Arrows Casino Resort Flagstaff Coconino Arizona 2013 Navajo 35°09′32″N 111°17′31″W / 35.1589131°N 111.2919773°W / 35.1589131; -111.2919773
Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino Laveen Maricopa Arizona 1997 Gila River Indian Community Hotel opened in 2013
Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino Chandler Maricopa Arizona 1995 Gila River Indian Community Hotel opened in 2009
Yavapai Casino Prescott Yavapai Arizona 1992 Yavapai-Prescott

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Arizona Department of Gaming - Arizona Tribes with Casinos Archived 2009-05-03 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Arizona Casinos by Tribe". 500 Nations SuperSite!. Retrieved May 11, 2017.
  3. ^ Blue Water Wakeboard Island