What is the Largest Casino in Arizona?

Apr 20, 2014

Did you know that Arizona is one of the leading states in the nation when it comes to Indian gaming?

It's true - Arizona is home to 22 different Native American tribes. While not all of them have casinos, many of them have found casino gaming provides a huge boost in revenues to their tribal members.

You may be wondering what is the largest casino in Arizona? Based on my own independent research, here's what I have found:

Name Casino Sq Ft Year Opened City
Apache Gold Casino Resort 60,000 1994 San Carlos, AZ
BlueWater Resort & Casino 30,000 1999 Parker, AZ
Bucky's Casino 24,000 1995 Prescott, AZ
Casino Arizona 100,000 1998 Scottsdale, AZ
Casino Del Sol 200,000 2011 Tucson, AZ
Casino of the Sun 50,000 1994 Tucson, AZ
Cliff Castle Casino Hotel 114,000 1995 Camp Verde, AZ
Cocopah Casino 24,000 1992 Somerton, AZ
Desert Diamond Casino (Tucson) 165,000 1993 Tucson, AZ
Desert Diamond Casino (Sahuarita) 22,500 2001 Sahuarita, AZ
Golden Ha San Casino (Desert Diamond) 5,000 1999 Why, AZ
Fort McDowell Resort & Casino 150,000 1988 Fort McDowell, AZ
Harrah's Phoenix Ak-Chin 40,000 1994 Maricopa, AZ
Hon-Dah Casino & Resort 20,000 1993 Pinetop, AZ
Lone Butte Casino 120,000 1994 Chandler, AZ
Mazatzal Hotel & Casino 119,479 1993 Payson, AZ
Paradise Casino 23,000 N/A Yuma, AZ
Spirit Mountain Casino 9,500 1995 Mohave Valley, AZ
Talking Stick Casino & Resort 240,000 2010 Scottsdale, AZ
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort 170,000 2013 Flagstaff, AZ
Vee Quiva Casino 70,000 2013 Laveen, AZ
Wild Horse Pass Hotel and Casino 100,000 1995 Chandler, AZ
Yavapai Casino 6,000 N/A Prescott, AZ
As you can see, the Talking Stick Resort and Casino in Scottsdale holds the title of Arizona's largest casino! Now you know!

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