Feeling lucky? Head to one of three Chandler, Arizona area casinos for some gaming fun - just minutes away from your Chandler hotel! Local casinos offer games like blackjack, poker, slot machines, and bingo for your gaming enjoyment. Try their on-site restaurants and lounges for entertainment too.
Gila River Casinos - Lone Butte Casino
Visit Lone Butte Casino, just south of Chandler at the 202 Santan Freeway and Kyrene, for all your gaming entertainment. Lone Butte has a variety of games for all types of players including over 1,200 slots and a High Limit Slot Room and Electronic Table games area. The casino is also home to table games and poker. Dine at the Fullhouse Café or grab your favorite cocktail or beverage at The River Bar.
Table games feature Blackjack, 3 Card Poker Progressive or Ultimate Texas Hold’em Progressive. Lone Butte Casino has 20 tables with limits for all types of players ranging from $5 to $1,300.
Lone Butte’s 8,000 square feet Poker Room has 30 tables with a private entrance and convenient parking. Nine 90-inch screens are featured as well as a video wall.
Gila River Casinos - Wild Horse Pass Casino
The Wild Horse Pass Casino has exciting gaming action to suit everyone. The 100,000-square-foot, non-smoking casino located off the I-10 East and Wild Horse Pass Blvd, pops with over 1,100 slot machines and a High Limit Slot room featuring a great selection of games. Table games include Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Baccarat and more.
Gaming fans can also get their share of entertainment in The Showroom venue.
Just minutes north of Chandler on the 101 Freeway is a gaming experience on the Salt River Indian Reservation. Casino Arizona offers poker, slots, blackjack, keno, bingo and more.
Dining options include the fine-dining Cholla Steakhouse along with four other restaurants for casino-goers. Lounges include the Showroom, which is a 250-seat cabaret-style music and entertainment venue. Casino Arizona has featured some of the most popular performers from the world of jazz, country music, rock and popular music, as well as comedy, production reviews, dance and magic.
Things to Know
- In Arizona, the minimum age to gamble is 21.
- Kids are welcome in the dining and entertainment areas, but not allowed on the casino floor.
- Many casinos permit smoking indoors as The Smoke-Free Arizona Act does not apply on tribal land.