Find local gambling venues, racetracks, and casinos ⇓ while in Arizona. Gambling establishments are found across the entire state. There are 12 major casinos in Arizona, all of which are Native American owned and operated. Players can find table games, slot machines, hotel rooms, and more. The map includes an overview description of each one including their address and phone numbers broken down by city in the maps menu. Check it out below, or if you would like to play on the web see Arizona’s online casinos ⇓
Interesting State Facts
For instance, the Grand Canyon, one of Arizona’s main tourist attractions, is 1 mile deep, 10 miles wide and 227 miles long. The Fountain Hills area of has a beautiful fountain that one of the tallest in the world.
There is also a spot in Arizona called Four Corners. Here someone can stand in four states: Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah at the same time. Arizona also has the largest percentage of Native American land out of all the states in the U.S. who have several casinos.
Arizona also has more national monuments and parks than any other state. You may also want to take your sweetie to Arizona for a romantic Valentine’s Day vacation, since it officially became a state on February 14, 1912.
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Louisiana is famous for docked riverboat casino gambling that are open 24 hours and land-based casinos in and around New Orleans. Video poker is so popular that it can be found in gas stations, truck stops, and bars all across the state. Jackpots and winnings of $1,200 or more will have 6% withheld for tax automatically. Upon request you can file a state income tax return and some of the money may be refunded.
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