INDIAN CASINOS IN WYOMING
All casinos in Wyoming are operated by Indian Tribes. Some of these Wyoming casinos offer Class II bingo-type gaming machines, while some others offer traditional Class III slot machines. Class II gambling consists of electronic gaming machines which look like slot machines, but are actually games of bingo and the spinning video reels are for “entertainment purposes only.” Class III gaming machines operate in the same manner as the slot machines you would find in states such as Nevada and New Jersey.
Even though it is the capital and largest city in the state, there are no casinos in Cheyenne, Wyoming. All Wyoming casinos are located on the Wind River Indian Reservation near the center of the state.
Two Wyoming casinos, Wind River and Shoshone Rose, also offer some card-based table games. These are the only two casinos in Wyoming that also have a hotel.
On top of offering card games, the Wind River Hotel & Casino in Riverton, WY is the largest casino in the state.
There are no casinos in Casper, Wyoming. However, all 4 of the casinos in Wyoming are located roughly 130 miles to the West of Casper.
The gaming machines at Wyoming casinos don’t pay out in cash. Instead they print out a receipt which must be cashed by a floor attendant or taken to the cashier’s cage. You can also make bets via a cashless system whereby you get a “smart” card and deposit money to that card’s account. The machines will then deducts losses from, or credit wins to, your account.
No public information is available regarding the payback percentages at casinos in Wyoming. Unless otherwise noted, all Wyoming casinos are open 24 hours and the minimum gambling age is 18.
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Shown below is a list of all Wyoming casinos. Click on a casino name to see a page of detailed information about that particular casino.