List of casinos in Nevada

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This is a list of casinos in Nevada.

List of casinos[edit]

List of casinos in the U.S. state of Nevada
Casino City County State District[1] Type Comments
Aladdin Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas defunct closed 1997. Demolished in 1998. Now the site of Planet Hollywood.
Aliante Casino and Hotel North Las Vegas Clark Nevada North Las Vegas
Aquarius Laughlin Clark Nevada Laughlin Formerly known as Flamingo Hilton Laughlin and Flamingo Laughlin
Aria Resort and Casino Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Arizona Charlie's Boulder Paradise Clark Nevada Boulder Strip Formerly the Sunrise (which never opened)
Arizona Charlie's Decatur Paradise Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County
Atlantis Reno Washoe Nevada Reno
Avi Laughlin Clark Nevada Laughlin
Aztec Inn Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Baldini's Sports Casino Sparks Washoe Nevada Sparks
Bally's Las Vegas Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Barley's Henderson Clark Nevada Boulder Strip
Barton's Club 93 Jackpot Elko Nevada Balance of Elko County
Bellagio Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly the Dunes
Bighorn Casino North Las Vegas Clark Nevada North Las Vegas
Bill's Casino Lake Tahoe Stateline Douglas Nevada South Lake Tahoe Formerly Barney's Casino and the Tahoe Plaza Casino
Binion's Gambling Hall and Hotel Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown
Boardwalk Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed 9 January 2006. Demolished May 2006. Now the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas.
Bodines Casino Carson City Nevada Carson Valley Area
Bonanza Casino Fallon Churchill Nevada Williams Ave
Bonanza Casino Reno Washoe Nevada Reno
Boomtown Reno Verdi Washoe Nevada Balance of Washoe County
Boulder Station Sunrise Manor Clark Nevada Boulder Strip
Buffalo Bill's Primm Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County
Buffalo Club Casino Sparks Washoe Nevada Sparks
Bourbon Square Casino Sparks Washoe Nevada Sparks Formerly Silver Club; defunct closed February 2015. Demolished by 2019. Now the site of Nugget Event Center.
Bourbon Street Hotel and Casino Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed 18 October 2005. Demolished 14 February 2006.
Cactus Jack's Senator Club Carson City Nevada Carson Valley Area
Cactus Pete's Jackpot Elko Nevada Balance of Elko County
Caesars Palace Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
California Hotel and Casino Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown
Cal Neva Lodge & Casino Crystal Bay Washoe Nevada South Lake Tahoe
Cannery Casino and Hotel North Las Vegas Clark Nevada North Las Vegas
Carson Nugget Carson City Nevada Carson Valley Area
Carson Valley Inn Minden Douglas Nevada Carson Valley Area
CasaBlanca Mesquite Clark Nevada Mesquite
Casino Fandango Carson City Nevada Carson Valley Area Carson Gaming
Casino Monte Lago Henderson Clark Nevada Boulder Strip defunct closed 2013
Casino Royale Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Casino West Yerington Lyon Nevada Balance of State
Churchill Station Fallon Churchill Nevada Williams Ave
Castaways Hotel and Casino Las Vegas Clark Nevada Boulder Strip Formerly the Showboat; defunct closed 29 January 2004. Demolished by 2006. An apartment complex now sits on the site.
Circa Resort & Casino Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown
Circus Circus Las Vegas Winchester Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Circus Circus Reno Reno Washoe Nevada Reno
Club Cal Neva Reno Washoe Nevada Reno
Colorado Belle Hotel & Casino Laughlin Clark Nevada Laughlin
Commercial Casino Elko Elko Nevada Balance of Elko County defunct closed
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Cotton Club West Las Vegas Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County defunct closed 1957
Crystal Bay Club Crystal Bay Washoe Nevada South Lake Tahoe
Delta Saloon & Casino Virginia City Storey Nevada Balance of State All slot machines currently removed and in storage pending renewal of gambling license following transition to new owner.
Depot Casino Fallon Churchill Nevada Main St
Desert Inn Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed 2000. Demolished by 2004. Now the site of the Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Las Vegas.
Diamond Casino Reno Washoe Nevada Reno
Dini's Lucky Club Yerington Lyon Nevada Balance of State
Downtown Grand Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown Formerly Lady Luck Hotel & Casino
Edgewater Hotel and Casino Laughlin Clark Nevada Laughlin
El Capitan Hotel & Casino Hawthorne Mineral Nevada Balance of State
Fiesta Henderson Henderson Clark Nevada Boulder Strip
Eastside Cannery Sunrise Manor Clark Nevada Boulder Strip Built on former site of Nevada Palace.
El Cortez Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown
El Morocco West Las Vegas Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County defunct closed 1958. Rebuilt in 1959 as the New El Morocco, closed in 1960, reopened in 1963 and closed for good in 1964.
El Rancho Vegas Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct burned down on 17 June 1960. Operated as the El Rancho Vegas Motor Inn in the late 1960s. The Hilton Grand Vacations Club now sits on the southern portion of the site and the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on the remainder.
El Rancho Hotel and Casino Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed 1992. Demolished in 2000. Now the site of The Drew Las Vegas.
Eldorado Casino Henderson Clark Nevada Boulder Strip
Eldorado Reno Reno Washoe Nevada Reno
Ellis Island Casino & Brewery Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Encore Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Eureka Mesquite Clark Nevada Mesquite
Excalibur Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Fiesta Rancho North Las Vegas Clark Nevada North Las Vegas
Fitzgeralds Reno Reno Washoe Nevada Reno defunct closed Nov 30, 2008, converted to a hotel
Flamingo Las Vegas Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly known as Flamingo Hilton Las Vegas
Four Jacks Hotel & Casino Jackpot Elko Nevada Balance of Elko County
Four Queens Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown
Fremont Hotel and Casino Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown
Gold County Inn & Casino Elko Elko Nevada Balance of Elko County operated by Navegante Group
Gold Coast Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Gold Dust West Carson Carson City Nevada Carson Valley Area Formerly known as Pinon Plaza
Gold Dust West Elko Elko Elko Nevada Elko
Gold Dust West Reno Reno Washoe Nevada Reno
Gold Ranch Dayton Dayton Lyon Nevada Dayton
Gold Ranch Sparks Sparks Washoe Nevada Sparks
Gold Ranch Verdi Verdi Washoe Nevada Balance of Washoe County
Gold Rush Casino Henderson Clark Nevada Boulder Strip
Gold Spike Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown Casino closed on 14 April 2013, converted to a restaurant/bar and residential building
Golden Gate Casino Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown
Golden Nugget Las Vegas Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown
Golden Nugget Laughlin Laughlin Clark Nevada Laughlin
Golden Phoenix Reno Washoe Nevada Reno defunct closed October 2006; formerly known as Sahara Reno, Reno Hilton, Flamingo Hilton Reno and Flamingo Reno; converted into a condominium tower
Grand Sierra Resort Reno Washoe Nevada Reno Formerly known as MGM Grand Reno, Bally's Reno and Reno Hilton
Green Valley Ranch Henderson Clark Nevada Boulder Strip
Hacienda Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed 1996. Demolished and now site of Mandalay Bay.
Hard Rock Lake Tahoe Stateline Douglas Nevada South Lake Tahoe Formerly known as Sahara Tahoe, High Sierra and Horizon Lake Tahoe
Hard Rock Las Vegas Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip closed 2020, reopened as Virgin Hotels Las Vegas
Harrah's Lake Tahoe Stateline Douglas Nevada South Lake Tahoe Formerly the Stateline Country Club and the Nevada Club
Harrah's Las Vegas Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Harrah's Laughlin Laughlin Clark Nevada Laughlin
Harrah's Reno Reno Washoe Nevada Reno
Harveys Lake Tahoe Stateline Douglas Nevada South Lake Tahoe Formerly Harvey's Wagon Wheel and Harrah's Club
High Desert Casino Elko Elko Nevada Balance of Elko County operated by Navegante Group
Holy Cow Casino and Brewery Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown defunct closed 22 March 2002, demolished April 2012. A Walgreens store now stands on the site.
Hoover Dam Lodge Outside Boulder City limits Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County On parcel of private land within Lake Mead National Recreation Area; formerly Gold Strike and Hacienda
Horseshu Hotel & Casino Elko Elko Nevada Balance of Elko County
Hotel Nevada and Gambling Hall Ely White Pine Nevada Balance of State
Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa & Casino Incline Village Washoe Nevada South Lake Tahoe
Indian Springs Casino Indian Springs Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County
Jail House Motel & Casino Ely White Pine Nevada Balance of State
Jerry's Nugget North Las Vegas Clark Nevada North Las Vegas
Jim Kelley's Tahoe Nugget Crystal Bay Washoe Nevada South Lake Tahoe
Jokers Wild Casino Henderson Clark Nevada Boulder Strip
Key Largo Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed 2005. Demolished in 2013 following a fire.
Klondike Hotel and Casino Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed June 2006. Demolished March 2008. Now a Harley-Davidson dealership as of 2014.
Klondike Sunset Casino Henderson Clark Nevada Boulder Strip
La Bayou Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown defunct closed June 2016. Demolished 2016. Now part of Golden Gate.
Lakeside Inn Stateline Douglas Nevada South Lake Tahoe Formerly known as Caesars Inn and Harvey's Inn; defunct closed 2020 due to effects of the COVID-19 pandemic
Las Vegas Club Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown defunct closed 19 August 2015. Demolished and now site of Circa Resort & Casino.
Laughlin River Lodge Laughlin Clark Nevada Laughlin Formerly known as Sam's Town Gold River, Gold River and River Palms
Longstreet Hotel, Casino, and RV Resort Amargosa Valley Nye Nevada Balance of State
Louisiana Club West Las Vegas Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County defunct closed 20 May 1970
Lucky Club Hotel & Casino North Las Vegas Clark Nevada North Las Vegas Formerly known as Speedway Casino
Lucky Dragon Hotel and Casino Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip closed 2018, reopened as Ahern Hotel and Convention Center
Luxor Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
M Resort Henderson Clark Nevada
Main Street Station Hotel Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown
Mandalay Bay Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Former site of Hacienda
Mapes Hotel Reno Washoe Nevada Reno defunct closed December 1982; demolished January 2000. Now an outdoor skating rink.
Max Casino Carson City Nevada Carson Valley Area
Mermaids Casino Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown defunct closed 27 June 2016. Demolished and now site of Circa Resort & Casino.
Mesquite Star Mesquite Clark Nevada Mesquite defunct closed March 2000. Now the Rising Star Sports Ranch.
MGM Grand Las Vegas Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip [2]
Mint Casino Sparks Washoe Nevada Sparks
MontBleu Stateline Douglas Nevada South Lake Tahoe Formerly known as Park Tahoe and Caesars Tahoe
Montego Bay Resort West Wendover Elko Nevada Wendover Formerly the Silver Smith Casino - operated by Peppermill casino properties
Mountain View Casino Pahrump Nye Nevada Balance of State
Moulin Rouge West Las Vegas Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County defunct closed November 1955. Partially demolished 2010. First desegregated casino.
Nevada Landing Jean Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County defunct Closed 20 March 2007. Demolished March 2008. Property vacant as of April 2008.
Nevada Palace Hotel & Casino Sunrise Manor Clark Nevada Boulder Strip defunct closed 29 February 2008. Demolished and now site of Eastside Cannery.
New Frontier Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed 16 July 2007. Demolished November 2007. Land owned by Wynn Resorts as of 2017.
New York-New York Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Nugget Casino Resort Sparks Washoe Nevada Sparks Formerly known as Dick Graves' Nugget and John Ascuaga's Nugget
Oasis Mesquite Clark Nevada Mesquite defunct closed in 2010. Demolished during 2013[3]
Opera House North Las Vegas Clark Nevada North Las Vegas
Ormsby House Carson City Nevada Carson Valley Area defunct closed in 2000 for remodeling
O'Shea's Winchester Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Original location closed on April 30, 2012. Relocated to The Linq and opened in 2013.
Owl Club Bar and Restaurant Eureka Eureka Nevada Balance of State
Oyo Hotel & Casino Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly Hooters Casino Hotel, Hôtel San Rémo, Paradise Hotel, and Howard Johnson Hotel
Pahrump Nugget Hotel & Gambling Hall Pahrump Nye Nevada Balance of State
Pahrump Station Hotel & Casino Pahrump Nye Nevada Balance of State
Palace Station Las Vegas Clark Nevada
Paris Las Vegas Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Palms Casino Resort Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Park MGM Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly Monte Carlo
People's Choice Casino West Las Vegas Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County defunct closed sometime after 1991
Peppermill Reno Reno Washoe Nevada Reno
Peppermill Wendover West Wendover Elko Nevada Wendover
Pioneer Club Las Vegas Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown defunct closed 1995. Now a gift shop.
Pioneer Hotel & Gambling Hall Laughlin Clark Nevada Laughlin
Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly The Aladdin
Plaza Hotel & Casino Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown
Poker Palace North Las Vegas Clark Nevada North Las Vegas
Primm Valley Resort Primm Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County
Prospectors Casino Ely White Pine Nevada Balance of State
Rail City Casino Sparks Washoe Nevada Sparks Formerly Plantation Casino
Railroad Pass Hotel & Casino Henderson Clark Nevada Henderson
Rainbow Casino West Wendover Elko Nevada Wendover
Ramada/Copper Queen Casino Ely White Pine Nevada Balance of State
Rampart Casino Summerlin Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County
Red Garter West Wendover Elko Nevada Wendover operated by Holder Hospitality Group
Red Lion Casino Elko Elko Nevada Balance of Elko County operated by Navegante Group
Red Lion Hotel & Casino Winnemucca Humboldt Nevada Balance of State
Red Rock Resort Spa and Casino Summerlin Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County
Regency Casino Laughlin Clark Nevada Laughlin
Reno Nugget Casino Reno Washoe Nevada Reno
Resorts World Winchester Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly Stardust
Roadhouse Casino Henderson Clark Nevada Boulder Strip
Rio Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Riverside Hotel Casino Reno Washoe Nevada Reno defunct casino closed 1986; hotel closed 1987. Now an apartment building.
Riverside Resort Hotel & Casino Laughlin Clark Nevada Laughlin
Riviera Hotel and Casino Winchester Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed May 2016, imploded August 2016
Royal Nevada Winchester Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed 1958. Converted into a convention center for the Stardust.
Saddle West Casino Pahrump Nye Nevada Balance of State
Sahara Las Vegas Winchester Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly known as SLS Las Vegas from 2013-2019, returned to its original name
Sands Regency Reno Washoe Nevada Reno
Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall Sunrise Manor Clark Nevada Boulder Strip
Santa Fe Station North Las Vegas Clark Nevada North Las Vegas
Scoreboard Sports Lounge Spring Creek Elko Nevada Balance of Elko County
Searchlight Nugget Casino Searchlight Clark Nevada
Sharkeys Casino Gardnerville Douglas Nevada Carson Valley Area
Sierra Sid's 76 Sparks Washoe Nevada Sparks
Silver City Casino Winchester Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed 1999. Demolished in 2004. Now the site of Silver City Plaza.
Silver Legacy Reno Reno Washoe Nevada Reno
Silver Nugget North Las Vegas Clark Nevada North Las Vegas
Silver Sevens Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Silverton Las Vegas Enterprise Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County Formerly Boomtown Blue Diamond and Boomtown Las Vegas
Siena Reno Reno Washoe Nevada Reno Formerly Holiday Hotel Casino
Slots-A-Fun Casino Winchester Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Skyline Casino Henderson Clark Nevada
South Point Enterprise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Stage Door Casino Paradise Clark Nevada
Stagestop Casino Pahrump Nye Nevada Balance of State
Stagecoach Hotel & Casino Beatty Nye Nevada Balance of State
Stardust Winchester Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed 2006. Imploded in 2007. Now the site of Resorts World Las Vegas.
Stateline Casino and Motel Mesquite Clark Nevada Mesquite
Stockmen's Casino & Hotel Elko Elko Nevada Balance of Elko County
Stockman's Casino Fallon Churchill Nevada Williams Ave
Suncoast Las Vegas Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County
Sunset Station Henderson Clark Nevada Boulder Strip
Tamarack Junction Reno Washoe Nevada Reno
Tahoe Biltmore Lodge & Casino Crystal Bay Washoe Nevada South Lake Tahoe
Terrible's Casino Searchlight Searchlight Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County
Terrible's Hotel & Casino Jean Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County formerly known as Gold Strike Hotel and Gambling Hall
Terrible's Town Henderson Henderson Clark Nevada Boulder Strip defunct closed 2013
Terrible's Town Pahrump Pahrump Nye Nevada Balance of State
Terrible's Lakeside Pahrump Nye Nevada Balance of State
Texas Station North Las Vegas Clark Nevada North Las Vegas
The Alamo Casino Sparks Washoe Nevada Sparks
The Cannery North Las Vegas Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County
The Cromwell Las Vegas Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip formerly Barbary Coast and Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon
The D Las Vegas Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown Formerly known as Sundance Las Vegas and Fitzgeralds Las Vegas, renamed in 2012
The Drew Las Vegas Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly Algiers, El Rancho, and Fontainebleau (which never opened); planned to open in 2022
The Linq Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly Imperial Palace and The Quad
The Meadows Casino & Hotel Las Vegas Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County defunct closed 1942. First resort hotel-casino in Las Vegas.
The Mint Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown defunct closed 1988. Now part of Binion's Horseshoe.
The Mirage Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly Castaways
The Orleans Hotel and Casino Paradise Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County
The Palazzo Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
The Pony Express Casino Elko Elko Nevada Balance of Elko County
The Station House Tonopah Nye Nevada Balance of State
The Strat Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly Stratosphere
The Venetian Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly the Sands
The Western Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Downtown defunct closed January 2012
Tonopah Station Tonopah Nye Nevada Balance of State
Topaz Lodge Topaz Lake Douglas Nevada Carson Valley Area
Town Tavern West Las Vegas Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County defunct closed 2010
Treasure Island Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Tropicana Express Laughlin Clark Nevada Laughlin
Tropicana Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Tuscany Hotel and Casino Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip
Vacation Village Enterprise Clark Nevada defunct closed January 2002. Demolished in 2004. The southeastern portion of Town Square now sits on the site.
Vegas World Las Vegas Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed 1995. Remodeled and integrated into Stratosphere.
Virgin River Casino Mesquite Clark Nevada Mesquite
Wendover Nugget West Wendover Elko Nevada Wendover Formerly the Stateline Casino
Western Village Sparks Washoe Nevada Sparks
Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino Winchester Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly the International Hotel, Las Vegas Hilton and LVH
Westin Las Vegas Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip Formerly the Maxim and Westin Causarina Las Vegas Hotel
Westward Ho Winchester Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip defunct closed 17 November 2005. Demolished in 2006.
Wildfire Casino Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County
Wild Wild West Paradise Clark Nevada
Winners Hotel & Casino Winnemucca Humboldt Nevada Balance of State
Whiskey Pete's Primm Clark Nevada Balance of Clark County
Wynn Las Vegas Paradise Clark Nevada Las Vegas Strip formerly the Desert Inn

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  1. ^ "February 2009 Nevada Gaming Revenues and Collections" (PDF). Nevada Gaming Control Board (Press release). 2009-04-07. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-02-17. Retrieved 2009-05-03.
  2. ^ https://vegasinc.lasvegassun.com/business/public-record/2017/aug/28/the-list-casino-operators-aug-27-2017/
  3. ^ [1]

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