Idaho Casino Guide
Online Casinos in Idaho
Although Idaho has a long tradition with some great landbased casinos, it has not legalized online casinos. There appears to be little motion toward legalization at this point.
Idaho does have a state lottery, which can indicate an openness to other forms of betting.
The nearest state with online casinos happens to be Nevada, which offers some great poker through the World Series of Poker (WSOP) website and downloadable app.
But, you can still register with a legal online casino while you're in Idaho. That means you can get the casino's bonus offers or deposit, and then play whenever you're in states where it's legal (even in a layover at the airport). (Do be aware of the casino bonus's expiry date, though.)
Land-Based Casinos in Idaho
Types of Casinos in Idaho
Indian Casinos in Idaho
All of the casinos in Idaho are affiliated with Indian Tribes. Currently, there are seven Idaho Indian casinos that offer electronic pull-tab machines and other video games. The machines 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. Some Idaho casinos also offer bingo, off-track betting, and poker. There are no Indian casinos in Idaho that offer live tables games, only electronic versions of table games such as blackjack, craps, roulette, and baccarat.
The terms of the compact between the tribes and the state do not require any minimum slot machine payback percentage that must be returned to the public.
Options For Gambling in Idaho
All Idaho casinos are in somewhat remote areas and there are no casinos in Boise, Idaho. Also, there are no casinos in Idaho Falls. However, there are three Idaho casinos within a 60-mile drive south of that major city.
Four of the casinos in Idaho offer hotel lodging, while the other three only offer casino gambling. The Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort, in Worley, is the largest Idaho casino. It has a 300-room hotel, a spa, seven restaurants, and an 18-hole golf course, as well as a 100,000 square-foot casino.
The next largest casino in Idaho is the Fort Hall Casino, located in the southeast corner of the state, about 50 miles south of Idaho Falls. They have a 156-room hotel, four restaurants, a casino with over 900 video gaming machines, plus a bingo hall that operates five nights a week (Wednesday through Saturday).
Gambling Laws in Idaho
The minimum gambling age at all Idaho casinos is 18, except for the Clearwater Casino where the gambling age is 21, and all casinos are open 24 hours.
Idaho Land-Based Casinos Map
You can easily see all casino locations by using our Idaho casinos map. To zoom in, just click the + (plus) sign in the lower right corner of the map, or to zoom out, just click the – (minus) sign in the same area.
To move the map of casinos in Idaho, click and hold down either of your mouse buttons. Then use the hand icon to drag the map in whichever direction you desire.
Each of the red icons on the map is a casino location. Just click on any red icon to see the name of the casino at that location. If you want more information on that casino, simply click again on the casino’s name and it will direct you to another page with detailed information on that particular casino, including address, phone number, toll-free phone number, room rates, casino size, dining information, games offered, availability of discounts for seniors, any special features, and a direct link to that casino’s website.
List of Casinos in Idaho
Shown below is a list of all casinos in Idaho. Click on a casino name to see a page of detailed information about that particular casino.
- Bannock Peak Casino
- Clearwater River Casino and Lodge
- Coeur D'Alene Casino Resort Hotel
- Fort Hall Casino
- It'Se-Ye-Ye Casino
- Kootenai River Inn Casino and Spa
- Sage Hill Casino
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For more information on visiting Idaho casinos, or for general Idaho tourism information call (800) 635-7820 or visit: www.visitidaho.org.