Biloxi Casinos

 

 

 

 

 

List of Casinos In Biloxi

Click on the name of any casino to see a page of detailed information about that particular casino.

Shown below is a list of all Bay St. Louis casinos. Bay St. Louis is located 25 miles West of Biloxi.

Shown below is a list of Gulfport casinos. Gulfport is located 10 miles West of Biloxi.

Types of casinos in Biloxi

  • All Biloxi area casinos are riverboat casinos which remain dockside and do not cruise. 

Casino Hours in Biloxi

  • All casinos in Biloxi are open 24 hours a day.

Casino games in Biloxi:

  • All casinos in the Biloxi area offer such games as: blackjack, craps, roulette, baccarat, slot machines, video poker, and video keno.

Slot payback statistics for Casinos in Biloxi

Casino policy on Alcoholic beverages

  • In Biloxi all casinos offer free alcoholic beverages to gamblers while playing.

Gambling age in Biloxi

  • The minimum gambling age at all casinos in Biloxi is 21 years old.

Jackpot info

  • If you win a jackpot in a Mississippi casino of $1,200 or more, be aware the casino will withhold 3% of your winnings. This 3% is kept as gambling tax for the Mississippi Tax Commission, and this tax is nonrefundable. Keep in mind the $1,200 threshold will apply to any cash prizes won in casino tournaments or drawings.

Closest Airports

  • The closest airport to Biloxi casinos is the Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport (GPT).

Local Area and History

  • Gambling in Biloxi is mainly done on riverboat casinos, though, there are also some Biloxi land-based casinos as well.
  • Gaming laws in Mississippi originally required all riverboat casinos to be permanently docked and never allowed to cruise. This law allowed the riverboat casinos to offer all day dockside gambling. In late 1992, the Isle of Capri was actually the first Mississippi casino to open, the second was The President both of these casinos were located in Biloxi but are now gone.
  • Mississippi gaming law does not require riverboat casinos to actually resemble a boat or even be able to move. In fact most of the casinos in Biloxi, as well as throughout Mississippi, are built on stationary barges with the appearance of a land-based building, rather than a typical riverboat.
  • In August 2005, Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast. Soon thereafter the Mississippi legislature voted to allow gulf coast casinos that were destroyed to rebuild within 800-feet of the shoreline.
  • Many Biloxi casinos are located directly on highway 90, located on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico. Though, there are a few casinos in Biloxi that are located in the Back Bay, two more casinos are located nearby in the Bay St. Louis-area, and one additional one is located west of Biloxi in Gulfport. 

Tourism Info

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