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Arizona is a state with a rich history. Famous for its desert scenes, travel down to Arizona and big cities such as Grand Canyon and Phoenix to take in the beauty of the place. Although the main tourist attraction is golf, gambling takes place in the every day lives of the natives. Back in the forties when casinos did not yet exist in Arizona, the people indulged in other forms of gambling such as the slots and bingo that were played in clubs and saloons. Casinos came in the form of “casino nights” at clubs for the affluent. Although casinos first appeared in Las Vegas, they began to spring up in other states rapidly, such as Arizona. Arizona is an ideal vacation tourist state where one can enjoy many recreational activities, including gambling. Gambling clubs that cater to bingo players exist in great number in all the cities of Arizona, where the old-time feel is retained for a more intimate and traditional experience.

There are twenty-three casinos in the state of Arizona; these casinos cater to natives and tourists alike. Gambling in Arizona does not only take place in casinos and the various clubs where one can enjoy slots, bingo, poker and other gambling activities, but also out in the open where horse and dog racing takes place. Gambling in Arizona goes on twenty-four hours a day, and there is never a second where the casinos are empty or no one is gambling. Pari-mutuel gambling takes place in the form of horse and dog racing, and much of the revenues that the casinos receive, funds public services.

Bingo, a widely played form of gambling in Arizona, is not an activity that only the locals take part in, but also tourists. It is a fairly simple way of gambling, which accounts for its popularity. Bingo is played with a field of 75 numbers and a game card with 5 columns, splitting into 5 rows. The bingo game card has 24 different numbers. A number is read out, usually from a lightweight bingo ball, and this process of selecting a bingo ball is repeated until a player gets a “bingo”, by matching the pattern selected for the game. The prize money is then paid to the winner, and should more than one player wins; the prize money is split between the winners. This form of pari-mutuel gambling ensures that the prize money is won each time. Casinos that offer the game of bingo often pay big money to the winners and a jackpot for the final game of the day.

Tucson, Arizona Gambling Casinos

The second most visited areas in Arizona, is the hot city of Tucson, packed with tourists all year round, second only to the city home of the Grand Canyon. There are many types of lodging available for tourists, including ranch stays, grand hotels, inns and resorts. Designed Mediterranean style, the Casino Del Sol features a total of 1,000 slots, 20 table games with 12 tables of poker available. This remarkable casino offers 6 dining areas, opened 24 hours daily, with fine dining restaurants, casual restaurants and bars, each providing a different dining experience, from Mexican fiesta to All-American. A bingo fan’s paradise, games run 6 times everyday, starting as early as in the morning, the casino also offers a Bingo VIP that allows you to accumulate points that can be redeemed for various prizes. Other entertainment included, more information can be found at

A 40,000 square foot casino, the Casino of the Sun contains 100 machines of video poker, and a total of 507 video gaming machines, 15 poker tables, an advanced electronic bingo with 1,000 seats and various types of slots. Casino of the Sun features a wide variety of facilities, such as an arcade, gift ship, meeting areas, smoke shop, non-smoking rooms and more. Dining and transportation services included. Transportation provided brings guests back to local hotels, and is available throughout the day depending on the shutter schedule. For more information, go to

Yuma, Arizona Gambling Casinos

Yuma, Arizona is a metropolitan city brimming with tourism here to absorb the old town feel that’s rich in culture and heritage. A tourist paradise, one can expect a variety of recreational facilities and high quality hotels. With many hotels to cater to the massive amount of tourists that stream in each year, lodging is widely available. This city is home to the Paradise Casino, a Native American casino, which is one of the two casinos that Yuma, Arizona have. This 30,000 square foot casino is open 24-hours a day, contains more than 700 slots and 18 table games. This casino features video poker, at a minimum bet of US$0.25 per turn, and table games such as blackjack, Omaha, poker, and bingo. There are 300 seats for the game of bingo, and it opens every day of the week, including matinee games time slots and the traditional way of playing bingo using paper on Wednesday nights. If one gets hungry in the course of their stay at the casino, there is a restaurant for dining. For more information, kindly visit the casino website.

Tucson, Arizona Gambling Casinos

The Cocopah Casino and Bingo is the other of Yuma’s casinos. Opened in just 2003, and within the compound of the hotel, the Cocopah Casino gives a Las Vegas feel without having to leave the delightful Yuma County. Although slightly smaller in size than the Paradise Casino, the Cocopah Casino offers 50 more bingo seats for players. There are many video games in this Casino, including the video poker, video blackjack, and video keno. Besides the plenitude of games available in the Cocopah Casino and Bingo, this casino offer great services such as free parking, complimentary drinks and non-smoker areas. The snack bar serves meals for breakfast, lunching and dining for hungry gamblers. For tourists who prefer other recreational activities besides gambling, the hotel of the Cocopah Casino offers golf too. For more information regarding lodging, transportation and casino facilities visit the website.

Prescott, Arizona Gambling Casinos

Just 90 minutes away from Phoenix, Arizona, Prescott is an old Western Town, alive and rich in culture. Forget other hotels, the Prescott Resort offers suites and conference rooms with gourmet dining in the Thumb Butte Room. Located next to the Prescott Resort, is Bucky’s Casino, with an area of 24,000 square feet and 475 slots, it a one stop gambling haven for tourists. Also available in the Casino are games like video poker, poker and Spanish 21. In the vicinity of the resort include an amusement park and an arcade to cater to those not interested in gambling. Twice as big as Bucky’s Casino is the Yavapai Casino, situated near the Prescott Resort. It spots 175 slots and 8 table games, featuring games such as video poker, poker, jeopardy and blackjack. As for transportation, there is a free bus shutter service that brings you to the casino itself. Improving on comfort while playing bingo, the casinos have improved the seating, greater payouts and services, and also a non-smoking section. The schedule for games of bingo has also improved, with sessions on every day except Monday and Friday. Visit for more information.

Casinos are scattered all over Arizona. From the Casino Arizona at McKellips Salt River in the well-preserved Western Scottsdale to the Spirit Mountain Casino in Mohave Valley, gambling is never boring or old in Arizona. These casinos are often located next to hotels, and offer transportation services and dining areas for a comprehensive and fun stay in the state of Arizona.

 Casinos in Arizona 
Apache Gold Hotel Casino
BlueWater Resort and Casino
Bucky's Casino and Prescott Resort
Casino Arizona at McKellips Salt River
Casino Arizona at Talking Stick
Casino Del Sol
Casino of the Sun
Cliff Castle Casino
Cocopah Casino and Bingo
Desert Diamond Casino - I-19
Desert Diamond Casino - Nogales Highway
Fort McDowell Casino
Gila River Casino - Lone Butte
Gila River Casino - Vee Quiva
Gila River Casino - Wild Horse Pass
Golden Ha:sañ Casino
Harrah's Phoenix Ak-Chin Casino Resort
Hon-Dah Resort Casino
Mazatzal Casino
Paradise Casino
Spirit Mountain Casino
Yavapai Casino

 Dog Tracks in Arizona 
Apache Greyhound Park
Phoenix Greyhound Park
Tucson Greyhound Park

 Horse Tracks in Arizona 
Cochise County Fair
Coconino County Fairgrounds/Race Track - Fort Tuthill County Park
Gila County Fair
Graham County Fair
Greenlee County Fair
Mohave Country Fair
Rillito Park Race Track
Santa Cruz County Fair
Turf Paradise Racecourse
Yavapai Downs

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