Oklahoma casinosTypes of Casinos in Oklahoma

All casinos in Oklahoma are affiliated with the Native American Tribes. These Native American casinos are allowed to offer both Class II and Class III gaming machines.

Class II gaming machines have the appearance of slot machines, but are actually games of bingo and the spinning video reels are for entertainment purposes only. Some Oklahoma Indian casinos offer traditional Class III slots, which are the same type of slots that you will find in major gaming cities, such as Las Vegas.

Shown below is a list of Oklahoma casinos. Click on a casino name to see a page of detailed information about that particular casino.

Want to See a Map of all Oklahoma Casinos?

Visit our Oklahoma casinos map page to see a detailed map showing all casinos in that state.

Details on Indian Casinos in Oklahoma

The majority of the Native American casinos in Oklahoma only have gaming machines. Select casinos, however, offer table games like: blackjack, craps, roulette, three-card poker, pai gow poker, Mississippi stud, mini-baccarat, ultimate Texas hold’em, bingo, let it ride, and off-track betting.

Some Oklahoma casinos have card games that offer a player-banked versions of popular games. This is where players have to pay a commission to the house on each hand that is played. The commission charged varies based on the rules of each casino, but it typically costs between 50 cents to one dollar per hand played. Contact the casino to see if they charge a commission.

In 2018 Oklahoma legalized roulette and dice games. These gamed are player banked and traditional style, but you also must pay a commission to the house on every spin or point roll. Oklahoma is also home to some horse racing facilities that feature Class II gaming machines.

The most popular casinos in Oklahoma are the Choctaw Casino Resort, Winstar World Casino, and Riverwind Casino. Winstar World Casino is the largest casino in Oklahoma and also the United States. For those looking for accommodations, there are many casinos in Oklahoma with hotels.

Some Oklahoma Indian casinos serve alcoholic beverages, check our full list of Oklahoma casinos for more information. All casinos in Oklahoma are open 24 hours, unless otherwise noted in a particular listing. The gambling age is 18 at some casinos and 21 at others.

Slot Machine Payback Percentages at Nebraska Indian Casinos

Oklahoma state gaming laws do not require casinos on Native American reservations to make the payback percentages on gaming machines public.

Many other states, however, do make the payback percentages of the electronic casino games a matter of public record. Click this link to see a list of the slot machine payback statistics for all casinos in all the U.S states.

Planning a visit to Oklahoma casinos?

If you need more information on visiting casinos in Oklahoma, or tourism information, call the Oklahoma Tourism Department at (800) 652-6552, or go to www.travelok.com

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Oklahoma is located in the Great Plains region of the United States. Its two largest cities are Tulsa and Oklahoma City. There are ancient mountain ranges, prairies, mesas and forests to visit, but some of the best things to see in Oklahoma are listed below.

Go sightseeing at the Oklahoma City Zoo

This zoo features pathways that take visitors through numerous ecosystems from African plains to the tropical jungles. Established over a century ago, it has nurtured more than 500 species of animals, including some endangered species.  Demonstrations and education sessions, which are suitable for the entire family, are a highlight, and you can enjoy close-up interactions with the animals. Some other things to do here are boating on the zoo’s lake, exploring the stingray touch tank, or hopping on a train ride.

The closest casino to this attraction is Newcastle Gaming Center.

The closest casino with a hotel to this attraction is Riverwind Casino.

Visit the Museum of the Great Plains

Located in Lawton, this museum is a great place to go and features many hands-on and interactive natural history exhibits where you will discover life in the west as it was for Native Americans and pioneers. You can explore historic buildings like a trading post, train depot, and schoolhouse. This is also a perfect place to go if you want to discover local culture as you can visit the Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center or you can tour the Holy City where you can see an unusual collection of buildings that look like Israel during Biblical times.

The closest casino to this attraction is Comanche Nation Casino.

The closest casino with a hotel to this attraction is Apache Casino Hotel.

Explore Gilcrease Museum

Located in Tulsa, this museum features an extensive art and history collection from the American West where you can explore both frontier settlement and Native American cultures. Collections include art, anthropological artifacts, and historical manuscripts. The museum can be found on 460 acres of land in the Osage hills. The museum includes magnificent lush gardens covering 23 acres and features thematic gardening styles like lovely Victorian, pre-Columbian, colonial, and pioneer landscapes.

The closest casino to this attraction is Osage Casino – Tulsa.

The closest casino with a hotel to this attraction is Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Tulsa.

Go for a drive on Route 66

Route 66 runs from Chicago to Los Angeles and the longest run of the highway cuts diagonally through the state of Oklahoma. The Oklahoma length starts in the northeastern corner of the state and runs through Tulsa and Oklahoma City before crossing the border into Texas. There are a variety of roadside attractions that you can explore on the route like Oklahoma Route 66 Museum, National Route 66, the Transportation Museum in Elk City, Blue Whale of Catoosa or the Golden Driller in Tulsa. One of the best attractions on the route is the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum which offers visitors the chance to learn about the history of the road. The museum also features immersive experiences like a 1950s diner, plus some other changing exhibits that you will love.

These are casinos located near Route 66: Golden Pony Casino, Grand Casino Hotel & Resort, Casino Oklahoma

How many casinos are in Oklahoma?

There are currently 109 casinos in Oklahoma. • Ada Gaming Center East • Ada Gaming Center West • Apache Casino Hotel • Artesian Hotel Casino Spa • Black Gold Casino • Black Hawk Casino • Border Casino • Bordertown Casino and Arena • Buffalo Run Casino • Casino Oklahoma • Cherokee Casino – Ft. Gibson • Cherokee Casino – Grove • Cherokee Casino – Ramona • Cherokee Casino & Hotel – Roland • Cherokee Casino – Sallisaw • Cherokee Casino – South Coffeyville • Cherokee Casino – Tahlequah • Cherokee Casino and Hotel – West Siloam Springs • Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs • Chisholm Trail Casino • Choctaw Casino – Broken Bow • Choctaw Casino Resort – Durant • Choctaw Casino Resort – Grant • Choctaw Casino – Idabel • Choctaw Casino – McAlester • Choctaw Casino Hotel – Pocola • Choctaw Casino – Stigler • Choctaw Casino – Stringtown • Cimarron Casino • Comanche Nation Casino • Comanche Red River Hotel & Casino • Comanche Spur • Comanche Star Casino • Creek Nation Casino – Bristow • Creek Nation Casino – Checotah • Creek Nation Casino- Eufaula • Creek Nation Casino – Holdenville • Creek Nation Casino – Muscogee • Creek Nation Casino – Okemah • Creek Nation Travel Plaza • Davis Trading Post • Downstream Casino • Duck Creek Casino • FireLake Casino • Gold Mountain Casino • Gold River Casino • Golden Mesa Casino • Golden Pony Casino • Goldsby Gaming Center • Grand Casino Hotel & Resort • Grand Lake Casino Lodge • Hard Rock Casino – Tulsa • High Winds Casino • Indigo Sky Casino • Ioway Casino • Kickapoo Casino – Harrah • Kickapoo Casino – Shawnee • Kiowa Casino – Carnegie • Kiowa Casino – Verden • Kiowa Casino & Hotel – Red River • Little Bit of Paradise Casino • Lucky Star Casino – Canton • Lucky Star Casino – Clinton • Lucky Star Casino – Concho • Lucky Star Casino – Hammon • Lucky Star Casino – Watonga • Lucky Turtle Casino • Madill Gaming Center • Native Lights Casino • Newcastle Gaming Center • One Fire Casino • Osage Casino – Bartlesville • Osage Casino – Hominy • Osage Casino – Pawhuska • Osage Casino – Ponca City • Osage Casino – Sand Springs • Osage Casino – Skiatook • Osage Casino – Tulsa • Outpost Casino • Prairie Moon Casino • Prairie Sun Casino • Quapaw Casino • Remington Park Racing Casino • River Bend Casino Hotel • River Mist Casino • River Spirit Casino • Riverwind Casino • Sac and Fox Casino – Stroud • SaltCreek Casino • Seminole Nation Casino • Seven Clans Casino – Chilocco • Seven Clans First Council Casino • Seven Clans Paradise Casino • Seven Clans Casino – Perry • Seven Clans Casino – Red Rock • SouthWind Casino – Kaw City • SouthWind Casino – Newkirk • Stables Casino, The • StoneWolf Casino • Sugar Creek Casino • Texoma Gaming Center • Thunderbird Casino – Norman • Thunderbird Casino – Shawnee • Tonkawa Casino • Treasure Valley Casino • Trading Post Casino • Washita Casino • Wilson Travel Plaza • WinStar World Casino and Resort

What is the gambling age in Oklahoma?

The minimum gambling age in the state of Oklahoma is 18. Though some casinos in the state have a minimum gambling age of 21.