Miami Casinos






Casinos In Miami

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

Types Of Casinos In Miami

  • Native American Casinos
  • Pari-Mutuel Casinos

Casino Hours In Miami

  • All Native American casinos in Miami are open 24 hours a day.
  • All Pari-Mutuel casinos in Miami are open a maximum of 18 hours a day. Except on weekends and some holidays, when they can be open on a 24-hour basis. Check individual casinos for more details.

Casino Games In Miami

  • All casinos in the area offer: slot machines, video poker, and video keno.  The three Seminole (Native American) casinos in Broward County, located about 20 miles north of Miami, also offer table games, such as blackjack and baccarat, as well as novelty table games such as pai gow poker, three card poker, let it ride and Ultimate Texas Hold’em.

Miami Payback Statistics

By state law, Florida (Non-Native American) casinos must release all payback percentages on electronic gaming machines to the public. Just click here to see a list of slot machine payback statistics for all casinos in Miami and Broward. 

No public information is available concerning the payback percentages on gaming machines at any Native American casinos in Miami or Broward.

Casino Policy On Alcoholic Beverages

  • If you want to order a drink while playing, be aware that Florida gaming regulations do not allow pari-mutuel casinos to provide alcoholic beverages for free. 

Gambling Age In Miami Casinos

  • The minimum gambling age at all pari-mutuel casinos is 18 for pari-mutuel betting, or poker, and 21 for gaming machines.
  • The minimum gambling age at all Native American casinos is 18 for bingo, or poker, and 21 for all casino games.

Closest Airports

  • The closet airport to Miami is the Miami International Airport, (MIA).

Local Area & History

Pari-mutuel Casinos In Miami

  • In the beginning of 2005 voters in Broward County (the county where Fort Lauderdale is located) voted to allow slot machines at four pari-mutuel facilities. In early 2008 voters in Miami-Dade County also passed a referendum that allowed slot machines at three of the pari-mutuel facilities. 
  • An additional pari-mutuel casino would later open in the Miami area and currently there are four Miami casinos and four Broward County casinos, all located at racetracks. 
  • All of the pari-mutuel casinos, in Miami and Dade, solely offer electronic gaming machines. This means that there are no table games, except for poker at some of the casinos. There are however, electronic versions of these popular games.
  • There are no casinos on Miami Beach. The closest casino to the beach would be Magic City Casino, located about 10 miles west. 

Miami Casinos On Native American Reservations

  • There is one Native American casino in Miami and three in Broward County (located about 20 miles north of Miami).
  • The Seminole Tribe operates the three Broward casinos and the Miami casino is owned by the  Miccosukee Tribe.
  • The Seminoles signed a compact with the state of Florida. This allows them to offer electronic gaming machines, as well as live table games, such as blackjack, three card poker, pai gow poker, let it ride, baccarat, mini-baccarat, three card poker and more.
  • The Miccosukee Tribe has not signed a compact with the state. They currently can only offer Class II gaming machines (bingo-based slot machines) at their Miami casino, plus poker and bingo.
  • For more information on visiting casinos in Miami, or for general tourism information, call the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau at (800) 933-8448 or visit their website at: 

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