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Pennsylvania Casinos

As of April 2022, there are over a dozen commercial casinos in different cities across Pennsylvania, including Chester, Grantville, Morgantown, York, Farmington, Greensburg, Philadephia, and North Strabane Township. Others include Plains Township, Bensalem, Erie, Pittsburgh, King of Prussia, and Bethlehem.

Yes. Even though the Pennsylvania state laws do not mention poker specifically, the game is included as a form of gambling. Playing poker in the state is legal if players choose to play at one of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board-licensed poker rooms.

To play poker legally in the state, gamers must be 21 years of age or older and must be located within the physical boundaries of the Commonwealth to play.

Parts (2), (3), and (4) of Title Section 5513 of the Pennsylvania state law address unlawful gambling related to poker games for persons running an illegal gambling enterprise.

Players may have to tender a valid government-issued photo ID to prove their eligibility to play legally.

What is the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB)?

The Pennsylvania Gambling Control Board (PGCB) is a government agency of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Race Horse Development Act of 2004 gives the PGCB the power to regulate, supervise, license, and enforce all gambling operations in the state.

Through the execution of the Act, also known as “Act 71” and its regulations, the gaming operator's control ensures public trust and confidence in the credibility and integrity of casinos in the state.

However, the PGCB does not supervise or administer games of chance, such as the Pennsylvania Lottery or allow games of chance at clubs or charity organizations.

The Board has seven members who can vote. The Governor appoints three of them. The remaining appointments are made by the President pro tempore of the Senate, the Minority Leader of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives.

The board's main task is to award licenses, and these licenses must be approved by a qualified majority, which means that one of the governor's appointees and all four of the legislature's appointees must agree.

Within the organizational setup of the Board, there are** 14 distinct divisions—known as offices or bureaus—handling day-to-day matters**:

Bureau of Licensing

This office is saddled with all licensing issues, including those of casinos and other types of gambling and their employees.

Bureau of Gaming Operations

This office handles matters related to compliance and audits.

Bureau of Gaming Laboratories and Office of Information Technology

It is responsible for field inspections, certification of slot machines and gaming kiosks, and other technical support issues.

Bureau of Casino Compliance

This office is charged with maintaining gaming integrity as casinos around the state. To achieve this aim, representatives are assigned to each casino to monitor activities and compliance.

Bureau of Investigations and Office of Enforcement Counsel

This division maintains regional offices throughout the state to enforce laws and regulations.

In addition to the bureaus listed above, the Board also has several other offices that deal with administrative, financial, communication, problem gambling, and diversity issues.

How Many Casinos are in Pennsylvania?

As of 2022, there are over a dozen casinos in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, namely:

  1. Harrah’s Philadephia
  2. Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course
  3. Hollywood Casino Morgantown
  4. Hollywood Casino York
  5. Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin
  6. Live! Casino Pittsburgh
  7. Live! Casino&Hotel Philadephia
  8. Rivers Casino Philadephia (formerly SugarHouse Casino)
  9. The Meadows Racetrack and Casino
  10. Mohegan Sun Pocono
  11. Parx Casino and Racing
  12. Presque Isle Downs & Casino
  13. Rivers Casino Pittsburgh
  14. Valley Forge Casino Resort
  15. Wind Creek Bethlehem

Top Pennsylvania Land Casinos

Pennsylvania has various casinos with plenty of gaming options, live entertainment, poker tables, slots, sportsbooks, and racecourses. Some of the best casinos include:

Harrah’s Philadelphia

Operated by Caesars Entertainment, Harrah’s Philadelphia is a 100,000-square-foot casino in Chester City. The facility has more than 2,400 slots and is the location with the largest number of table games in the Delaware area.

It also gives customers a fantastic range of other games, including several hundred video poker machines, at least 120 tables offering many table games, and 4 electronic tables without a dealer.

In compliance with Pennsylvania law, you must be at least 21 years old to play any casino games. However, 18-year-olds can wager on horse races. Harrah’s enforces a minimum bet of $15.00, and a maximum bet amount of up to $100.00.

The casino allows 24/7 access to players, except during Easter and Christmas holidays. However, smoking is restricted to dedicated areas.

Feel free to take a break at Harrah’s Backyard's open patio to enjoy views of the racetrack and the Delaware River, listen to live entertainment music at C-Bar, or catch simulcast racing while sipping craft beer at The Copper Mug.

You can also grab a bite at Philly Tap and Tavern or order classic Asian food at Mien Noodles. If you’re in the mood for anything from fresh soups to pizza and sandwiches, try The Market on the casino floor.

Harrah’s Philadelphia

777 Harrah’s Boulevard

Chester, PA 19013

Phone: (800) 480-8020

Hollywood Casino at Penn National

The Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course has more than 91 table games offering Mini-Baccarat, Roulette, Blackjack, Pai-Gow Poker, Craps, and several others. It also has a 17-table poker room with mixed games like Texas Hold ’em and Omaha Hold ’em. The casino sits on a little less than 100,000 square feet.

The Barstool Sportsbook caters to sports betting with a 34-stool full-service bar, more than 30 TVs, and a 28-foot Jumbotron. The sportsbook also has three Blackjack tables, a craps table, 10 sports betting kiosks, 10 hybrid table game stations with four display screens, and 146 additional non-gaming seats.

Gamblers 21 years old or older can enjoy more than 2,400 slots and 91 table games in the poker room. Although there is no minimum bet amount, gamers may not place bets on more than $100.00. Remember to only smoke in designated areas.

The Hollywood Casino at Penn National is open 24/7 and only closes temporarily during Christmas and Easter holidays. You’ll love the fine dining options that include specials from celebrity Chef Fabio Viviani at The Eatery or drinks at Tattered Flag.

You can also have fine Angus Beef, fresh seafood, and great wine at the Final Cut Steakhouse.

Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course

777 Hollywood Boulevard

Grantville, PA 17028

Phone: (717) 469-2211

Email: club.hollywood@pngaming.com

Hollywood Casino at the Meadows

Formerly known as The Meadows Racetrack and Casino, the facility rebranded as Hollywood Casino at the Meadows to indicate that it is part of the Penn National Gaming brand.

Owned by Gaming and Leisure Properties, the casino is one of Pennsylvania’s largest, with 350,000 square feet of racetrack and casino space.

The gaming area covers 131,000 square feet, offering over 65 table games and more than 3,300 v poker machines and slots. You can also enjoy a fantastic open view of live racing at the casino’s 16-table poker room.

The racino has a simulcast betting area, a grandstand with VIP suites, a 24-lane bowling center (4 are in the VIP area), a high-limit video poker and slots area, and a high-limit table games room that allows up to $15,000 in bets.

Anyone at least 21 years old can enjoy over 91 table games and thousands of slots every day, except Christmas and Easter holidays. Opening hours are 8:00 am to 4:00 am on Mondays through Thursday, and 8:00 am on Friday until 4:00 am on Sunday.

The casino also has a $0.01 minimum bet and a $15.00 maximum. If you’d like to smoke, try to find the facility’s designated smoking areas.

The casino resort has more than 150 rooms for visitors, including several amenities like a bowling arena, meeting and event space, and a fitness center for gym enthusiasts.

Hollywood Casino at the Meadows

210 Racetrack Road

Washington, PA 15301

Phone: (877) 824-5050

Mohegan Sun Pocono

Mohegan Sun Pocono is another one of only a few racinos in Pennsylvania. First opened in 2006, the 82,000-square feet facility has 84 table games, 18 poker tables, and more than 2,300 slots.

Mohegan Sun Pocono is open 24/7 and only closes on select holidays. The casino also has a sportsbook for football, basketball, tennis, golf, baseball, and several others. Gambling is restricted to 21-year-olds.

Enjoy the Mohegan Sun Pocono’s vibrant nightlife at one of several bars filled with high-energy fun lovers. You can try specialty wines at the Bean and Vine Cafe & Wine Bar, live music at Breakers, the best beer, and whiskey at Molly O’Sheas, or join the highly-anticipated weekly summer Party on the Patio.

Mohegan Sun Pocono will also meet your accommodation needs at one of over 200 rooms and 20 suites. You might be entitled to a 15% discount if you book multiple nights or reserve rooms well in advance.

Mohegan Sun Pocono

1280 Highway 315

Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702

Phone: (570) 831-2100

Fax: (570) 823-9407

Email: mythoughts@mohegansunpocono.com

Parx Casino

Located in Bensalem Township, Parx Casino is a 24-hour facility with 188 table games, 48 poker tables, and more than 3200 slots. Anyone 21 years old or above can enjoy dice games, Blackjack, Roulette, Poker, and other games across the facility’s 150,000 square feet of casino space.

Parx Casino also has a 7,500-square-feet sportsbook with a 156-foot high-definition video wall for up-close access to the betting action. You can bet on almost any sport, including MMA, NBA, NFL, NHL, College Basketball, and College football.

There’s also the Parx East building adjacent to the casino with a 1400-seating capacity for live thoroughbred racing. Parx Casino allows a few perks, including smoking at designated areas and an easy entry barrier as there are no minimum or maximum bets.

Dining options include gourmet burgers at the Liberty Bell Gastropub, specialty cocktails, and craft beers at The Liberty Bell Beer Garden, Chef Joe Zhou’s Signature Peking Duck at Bambu, or made-to-order burgers at BurgerVana.

Parx Casino

2999 Street Road

Bensalem, PA 19020

Phone: (888) 588-7279

Presque Isle Downs

With a total gaming space spanning 59,000 square feet, Presque Isle Downs is a Pennsylvania racino with 32 table games, 7 poker tables, and more than 1,500 slots.

The casino also has a sportsbook and 50 TwinSpires sports betting kiosks. While there is a** $0.01 minimum bet limit**, Presque Isle Downs does not enforce a maximum amount.

You must be at least 21 years old to enter the casino. All gambling activities are available 24/7 except at Christmas and Easter. Players can enjoy Ss.

Quench your thirst at one of three bars, including Trackside Bar, The Hub, and Bar 90. You can also try Churchill’s Bourbon and Brew and enjoy everything from burgers, salmon, and steaks, to wood-fired pizza, homemade soups, and salads, while overlooking the casino’s racetrack.

Presque Isle Downs & Casino

8199 Perry Highway

Erie, PA 16509

Phone: (866) 374-3386

Wind Creek Bethlehem

Formally called Sands Bethlehem, Wind Creek Bethlehem is a** 183,000-square-foot-casino sitting on the Bethlehem Steel land** that once housed the world’s biggest steel producer.

The PA casino has over 3,000 state-of-the-art slot machines that offer several variants, including multi-line, progressive, and interactive slots.

There are also 150 games, a poker room, a sportsbook with a bar and grill, a customizable 21-panel TV wall, 8 self-service kiosks, and several windows where you can wager on everything from football and soccer to baseball, hockey, golf, or basketball. You can also enjoy Live Stadium Gaming for as little as $5.00 with internet access.

Wind Creek Bethlehem allows smoking in dedicated areas and restricts access to players at least 21 years old. You can book a night or two at any of the 281 rooms at the AAA Four-Diamond hotel to enjoy luxury accommodations with free high-speed internet.

Stay in a 400-square feet Deluxe King or Deluxe Queen room for 2 or 4 guests, or one of Wind Creek’s Executive or Presidential Suites. You can also join the facility’s nightlife crowd at the Molten Lounge, Coil, or Vision Nightclub.

If you’re looking to grab a bite, try the upscale Emeril’s Chop House, Asian food at Chopstick, or delicious pastries at Carlo’s Bake Shop.

Wind Creek Bethlehem

77 Wind Creek Boulevard

Bethlehem, PA 18015

Phone: (877) 726-3777

Rivers Casino

Opened on Pittsburgh’s North Shore in 2009, Rivers Casino now has 2,900 slots, 113 table games, and 30 poker tables. The facility offers an immersive gaming experience with up to 120,000 square feet of casino space for poker, slots, roulette, dice games, and blackjack.

Rivers Casino also has the 5,500-square-foot Betrivers Sportsbook with live betting, private booths, two 50x7 LED video walls, 33 self-service betting kiosks, 6 betting windows, and a state-of-the-art bar.

Rivers Casino is one of Pittsburgh’s largest and most sought-after destinations covering 450,000 square feet. The casino’s gambling space spans 120,000 square feet with over 200 video poker machines and a high-limit slot area for an extended variety of video poker games.

The Pittsburgh casino is open 24/7 to players at least 21 years old.

There are several restaurants on the facility grounds where you can enjoy a wide variety of delicious food. Starting at 11:00 am, you can have Pizza by the Slice, gelato, pastries, or coffee at Ciao, or visit Flipt for yummy burgers made with fresh ingredients.

You can also try Mian if you’re looking for** Asian cuisine or Martorano’s Prime for salads, steaks, and pasta**. There’s also the Drum Bar open to nightcrawlers on Fridays and Saturdays.

Rivers Casino

777 Casino Drive

Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Phone”: (412) 231-7777

Rivers Casino Philadelphia

Located in the Fishtown neighborhood, Rivers Casino Philadelphia is a 260,000-square-foot casino with 1,600 slots, 28 poker tables, and 103 table games, including Poker, Craps, Roulette, Blackjack, Mini/Midi Baccarat, and the new Face Up Pai Gow Poker.

Officially opened in 2010, Rivers Casino Philadelphia rebranded from Sugar House Casino in March 2019.

The commercial casino restricts access to gamblers who are at least 21 years old and can place a minimum $5 bet. The facility has a sportsbook covering a 5,700-square-foot space, with 33 self-service betting kiosks, six betting windows, and a large HD wall where you can watch more than 12 games simultaneously.

You can enjoy unrestricted access to all casino games as long as you keep smoking in dedicated sections. Rivers Casino Philadelphia is open 24/7.

Enjoy indoor or outdoor views of the Delaware River while grabbing a bite at Jack’s Bar and Grill, traditional Asian dishes at the Mian restaurant, or some of the best cheesesteaks in Philadelphia at Geno’s Steaks. Don’t miss the casino’s monthly dining specials and events with amazing discounts and food options at the restaurants.

Rivers Casino Philadelphia

1001 N. Delaware Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19125

Phone: (877) 477-3715

Mount Airy Casino Resort

The Mount Airy Casino Resort always has an exciting crowd playing its classic or exotic range of games 24/7, except during the Christmas and Easter holidays.

The high-energy casino features more than 70 tables offering games including baccarat, blackjack, and craps, and has almost 1,700 slots with multiple variants.

You can also play Stud or Texas Hold ’em at any of the 12 tables in the casino. However, you must be at least 21 years old and should provide a US government-issued photo ID.

Mount Airy has a sportsbook where you can bet on your favorite teams every day. For convenience, the sportsbook has luxury lounge seating, an in-house weekend bar, six betting kiosks, and 40 state-of-the-art TVs that can show 15 games at once.

The casino also has a beautiful boutique hotel with more than 200 rooms and suites. Available price packages may provide access to the golf course, spa and dinner credits, and gift cards.

Before retiring for the night, enjoy cocktails in an intimate environment at Pia’s Lounge or share drinks with other gamblers at the Glass Bar right in the middle of the casino floor.

Otherwise, jump in the heated Get Wet Ultra Pool and swim through the connecting passageway to access the indoor and outdoor pools.

Mount Airy Casino Resort

312 Woodland Road

Mount Pocono, PA 18344

Phone: (877) 682-4791

Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia

Opened in 2021, Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia is one of Pennsylvania’s newest casinos. The 100,000-square-foot facility has nearly 2,200 slot machines with bigger jackpots and appealing graphics constantly running on hi-tech displays. You can also play 150 exciting games or try the 29-table poker room.

Furthermore, there’s the FanDuel Sportsbook & Lounge with a large media wall display where you can watch a game on one of 24 televisions. Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia is open 24/7, excluding Easter and Christmas holidays. Visitors must be at least 18 years old to enter and participate.

Enjoy one or more nights at five-star accommodations with more than 30 suites and over 200 luxurious rooms.

You should also consider grabbing one of a few price packages to enjoy early check-in and late check-out, $50 free slot play, golfing, up to $100 free dining, and a $200 special spa access.

Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia

900 Packer Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19148

Phone: (833) 472-5483

Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin

The Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin is a 26,000-square-foot casino in the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. The exclusive casino has almost** 600 slots, 27 table games, and 3 poker table**s open between 9:00 am and 2:00 am to patrons at least 21 years old.

However, tables are only open between 10:00 am and 3:00 am. If you’re up for it, you can try the high-limit slots with minimums and maximums of $5.00 and $25.00, respectively, and the high-limit blackjack with a $2,500.00 maximum. If you’d like to smoke, check the smoking map posted at the entrance for designated smoking areas.

Accommodation options include more than 300 rooms and suites spread across themed hotels, including The Chateau, Falling Rock, and The Lodge. Fine dining options include the sea-inspired Aqueous, a dancing team of servers and chefs at the AAA Five-Diamond Lautrec restaurant, or fresh Italian cuisines at Barattolo.

The Nemacolin Woodlands Resort also features experiences such as indoor axe throwing, jeep off-roading, a ropes course, mini-golf, paintball, a safari tour, and several other attractions.

Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin

1001 Lafayette Drive

Farmington, PA 15437

Phone: (866) 344-6957

Valley Forge Casino Resort

The Valley Forge Casino covers 40,000 square feet of gaming space with over 850 slots, 10 pocket tables, and 50 games for Baccarat, Roulette, Craps, Blackjack, and Pai Gow Poker.

The casino is open from 10:00 am to 4:00 am on Mondays through Thursdays, 10:00 am on Fridays, and open 24/7 on Saturdays and Sundays. The Valley Forge Casino also has a 1,800-square-foot sportsbook with 27 television screens and 7 betting windows. Spreads, parlays, and single bets are available for all major sports, including basketball, football, golf, soccer, boxing, baseball, and motorsports. The sportsbook is open every day from 10:00 am until midnight.

The resort has two casual dining restaurants, including Copper Whisk and Valley Tavern, for sandwiches, burgers, pancakes, and homemade omelets. There are also micro restaurants for Asian and Italian cuisines, in addition to a Dunkin’ Donuts.

Valley Forge has 442 guest rooms and suites spread across King and Queen rooms of different sizes in two hotels. After checking in, try The Venue or Center Bar for an exciting nightlife crowd.

Valley Forge Casino Resort

1160 First Avenue

King of Prussia, PA 19406

Phone: (610) 354-8118

Pennsylvania Casinos FAQ

Yes. The Racehorse Development and Gaming Act of 2004 made it possible for casinos, racinos, and slot parlors to open in the state. It is legal for people in the state to play casino games, bet on sports, watch horse races, play the lottery, play bingo, or gamble online.

Before the creation of regulatory requirements, gambling of any kind was illegal in the state. It wasn't until 1971 that lottery games were made legal. After this happened, the Penn National Race Court opened as the first race court, and horse racing became popular in the state.

In 2018, the US Supreme Court gave Pennsylvania permission to regulate its gambling industry by itself.

Yes. Pennsylvania lawmakers passed a wide-ranging gambling bill in 2017 that makes it legal for people to gamble online. When the law was signed, Pennsylvania became the fourth US state to make online gambling legal. The law made it possible for land-based casinos that already existed to apply for gaming licenses and then start operations.

The essential provision of the expanded gambling bill (otherwise known as HB 271) related to online gambling and casinos in Pennsylvania is as follows:

  • Legalizes online poker, slots, and table games.
  • A total of 12 licenses were made available, one for each of the then 12 land-based casinos in the state. Each license was broken into three categories: poker, slots, and table games.
  • The tax rate for online poker and casino games was set at 14% of gross gaming revenue, plus 2% for a local share assessment. The slots rate was a whopping 52%, and the local share was another 2%.

Although Pennsylvania legally permits gambling in various forms, the minimum gambling age at any online Pennsylvania casino is 21 years or older.

Does Pennsylvania Have Table Games and Slot Machines?

Yes. Each land-based casino in Pennsylvania has hundreds of table games and thousands of slot machines, so there are a lot of these games to choose from.

For example, some of the largest PA casinos, like the Parx Casino, have more than 3,200 slot machines, while smaller casinos, like the Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin, have more than 600 slot machines.

No matter how big or small the casino resorts are, folks in the Keystone State have a wide variety of casino games to choose from

  1. Fusion
  2. Big Six Wheel
  3. Three Card Poker
  4. Pai Gow Poker
  5. Pai Gow Tiles
  6. Four Card Poker
  7. Baccarat (including midi and mini-games)
  8. Craps
  9. Roulette
  10. Poker
  11. Blackjack

Which Casino has the Most Slot Machines?

With over 3,300 slot machines as of March 2022, Parx Casino is the casino with the highest number of slot machines in Pennsylvania. This figure is not surprising when the sheer size of the jaw-dropping 150,000 square feet of space it occupies is taken into consideration.

What Casinos Pay Out the Most in Pennsylvania?

Based on monthly gaming revenue records released for slot machines by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, as of April 2022, the top five casinos with the best payouts are

  1. Hollywood Casino at the Meadows - 91.79%
  2. Parx Casino - 90.86%
  3. Mount Airy - 90.62%
  4. Hollywood Casino York - 90.43%
  5. Valley Forge - 90.39%

The State gambling laws in Pennsylvania suggest that slot machines must give back at least 85% of what people put into them. Interested persons can visit the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board website to find out more about how much money slot machines payout at casinos in Pennsylvania.

How many Slot Machines Does Harrah’s Pennsylvania Have?

Harrah’s Philadephia Casino has over 1,700 reel and video slots for gamers to try their luck at some of the latest games in town.

How Do I Place a Bet Online in Pennsylvania?

Individuals who want to bet on sports online should check the listing page of casinos of interest to ensure that they offer sports betting.

No matter which online bookmaker is used, the process for placing bets is the same. Here are some of the most basic steps players need to take to place a bet successfully:

  1. The first step is to create an account on the preferred bookmaker’s site. To do this, click on the register button to open an account.
  2. Then, the player must log in to the account and fund it under the “My Account” section.
  3. The most common methods of depositing money in the account include:
  • Instant eCheck (ACH)
  • PayPal
  • Cashier’s Cage at the Casino
  • Online Banking Transfer
  • Credit/Debit Cards
  • Neteller
  • Skrill
  • PayNearMe/7-Eleven
  • Ban Wire Transfer

Online sportsbooks usually accept most of these deposit options, and the money is quickly delivered to the account. This means players can immediately start and choose their favorite sports and the market they want to bet on.

  1. The next step is to click on the price (odds) of the market they want to bet on to add it to their bet slip.
  2. Players must write the amount they want to bet on their selection at the bottom of the bet slip and press the "Place Bet" button to confirm their bet.
  3. For players who want to bet on more than one event, they must first get steps 1 to 5 right. After this, steps 4 and 5 must be repeated for each selection to add them to the bet slip.
  4. Below the selections, a box is provided where players will input their stake before clicking the “Place Bet” button for confirmation.

Are Drinks Free in Pennsylvania Casinos?

Yes. Pennsylvania casinos offer complimentary drinks to active gamblers on casino floors. Now, whether such beverages that come with the “compliments of the house” are really free is debatable.

Most casinos monitor how much players are spending playing different games at casino tables. These complimentary drinks usually do not kick in until players have spent a certain amount gambling. In essence, the servers passing through the casino floor with trays full of all kinds of drinks are not really offering free drinks; it comes at a cost, and that cost is the money spent gambling.

Can you Smoke in the Casinos in Pennsylvania?

Yes. Under the Pennsylvania Clean Indoor Air Act, casino resorts can have indoor smoking on 50% of their gaming floors. Besides this, smoking is banned indoors in other parts of the casino.

In spite of the exemption given to casinos by the Act, different casinos have varying stances on smoking in their casinos. For example, while Live! Casino Hotel Philadephia and RiversCasino are allowed indoor smoking after the COVID-19 restrictions; Mount Airy Casino voluntarily banned indoor smoking even after the state permitted smoking to resume amid the pandemic. Some casinos may offer smoke-free areas.

Does Pennsylvania Have Casinos?

Yes. The state, which draws more tax revenues from commercial gambling than any other state in the United States, has 16 regulated and licensed casinos spread across its geographical boundary.

The types of casinos in Pennsylvania comprise hotel resort casinos, traditional standalone casinos, racetrack casinos, and min casinos.

What is the Oldest Casino in Pennsylvania?

Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs is the oldest casino in Pennsylvania. The casino made history on November 14, 2006, introducing slot machine gaming in the state.

The construction of the 90,000 square foot, two-level gambling space with a food court started in September 2005 with the removal of the facility’s old grandstand. The first phase of the project cost about $72.6 million. The main level is a no-smoking area and contains about one-third of the games.

What is the Largest Casino in Pennsylvania?

As of April 2022, Parx Casino and Racing (formerly Philadephia Park Racetrack and Casino) is the largest casino gambling complex. The casino, located in Bensalem Township, in Bucks County, northeast of Philadephia, is owned and operated by Greenwood Gaming and Entertainment Inc.

Parx Casino has over 3,200 slot machines, 188 live table games, a poker room with 48 poker tables, live racing and simulcast action, sports betting, several dining options and bars, and the Xcite Center.** Parx operates a 24-hour gambling operation.**