Casinos in Kansas

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Kansas has a lot to offer land-based casino players. They’re something of a rarity in that they have both Native…

Kansas has a lot to offer land-based casino players. They’re something of a rarity in that they have both Native American and state-owned casinos. 

The casinos alongside a collection of nice hotels positioned primarily at the borders of the state calls to neighbors to come spend a few nights and enjoy some slots and games. 

Online Casinos in Kansas

Although Kansas has a long tradition with some great land-based casinos, it has not legalized online casinos. There appears to be little motion toward legalization at this point. However online sportsbooks have been approved in Kansas, so there is the hope that online casinos will soon follow. 

Kansas 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 Kansas. That means you can get the casino’s bonus offers or deposit, and then play whenever you’re in states where it’s legal. (Do be aware of the casino bonus’s expiry date, though.) 

 Land-Based Casinos in Kansas

Unless otherwise noted, all state-run casinos in Kansas, as well as all Indian casinos, are open 24 hours and offer the following games:

  • slot machines
  • video poker
  • video keno
  • blackjack
  • craps 
  • roulette

Other games include poker, pai gow poker, mini-baccarat, let it ride, Mississippi stud, three card poker, Ultimate Texas Hold’em and bingo.

The minimum gambling age is 21 at all Kansas casinos.

There are only three Kansas casinos with hotels:

  • Kansas Star Casino Hotel
  • Kansas Crossing Casino and Hotel 
  • Prairie Band Casino and Resort

There are no casinos in Wichita, Kansas. The closest casino would be the Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane, about 17 miles south.

Types of Casinos in Kansas

There are two different types of casinos in Kansas: state-owned and Native-American/tribal casinos.

There are four Kansas casinos that are state-owned and operated, and there are five Native American casinos in Kansas.

List Of Land-based Casinos In Kansas

7th Street Casino
7th Street Casino

7th Street Casino

7th Street Casino has a higher payout percentage than any other casino in Kansas. They’re where it’s at for jackpots!

Boot Hill Casino
Boot Hill Casino

Boot Hill Casino

Boot Hill Casino is an old-west-themed establishment that features slot machines, table games, a poker room & 2 on-site dining options.

Casino White Cloud
Casino White Cloud

Casino White Cloud

Casino White Cloud is located in the rolling hills of North East Kansas on the Iowa Tribe Reservation. This casino offers Virtual Table Games, Bingo, Slots, and a Country Style Buffet.

Golden Eagle Casino
Golden Eagle Casino

Golden Eagle Casino

Golden Eagle Casino is open 24-hours and offers 45000 square feet of gaming excitement! This Native American-run casino offers bingo, blackjack, craps, poker, slot machines, and lunch/dinner buffets.

Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway
Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway

Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway

You spin, you win at Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway. You’ll find all of your favorite traditional reel and video slots, plus video poker, as well as a live table games & dining to 21-&-overs.

Kansas Crossing Casino Hotel
Kansas Crossing Casino Hotel

Kansas Crossing Casino Hotel

With over 625 slot machines, 16 gaming tables, hotel, and an entertainment complex, Kansas Crossing Casino has everything you need and more.

Kansas Star Casino
Kansas Star Casino

Kansas Star Casino

Located just south of Wichita in Sumner County, the Kansas Star Casino features 1,750 slot machines, over 50 table games and four restaurants.

Prairie Band Casino & Resort
Prairie Band Casino & Resort

Prairie Band Casino & Resort

Just North of Topeka, Kansas, this casino features endless gaming, #1 Golf Course in Kansas, gourmet restaurants and top entertainment.

Sac & Fox Casino
Sac & Fox Casino

Sac & Fox Casino

Experience the best in slots and table games at Sac & Fox Casino! This casino also features a deli, a buffet, and a lounge.

Kansas Land-Based Casinos Map

You can easily see all casino locations by using our Kansas 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 Kansas, 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.

Payback Percentages at State-operated Casinos in Kansas

No information is released about the payback percentages on electronic gaming machines at state-operated casinos in Kansas. However, gaming regulations require that all machines return no less than 87%.

Unlike casinos in many other states, the slot machine payback statistics for Kansas are not released as a matter of public record. Just click here to see a list of slot machine payback statistics for casinos in all U.S. states.

Payback Percentages at Native American Casinos in Kansas

The Indian casinos in Kansas do not release information on their slot machine payback percentages. However, according to tribal-state compacts, “the minimum payback percentage for electronic gaming devices is 80%.”

History Of Gambling In Kansas

Kansas has rather favorable gambling laws. The loosening of strictures began in 1987, when they legalized betting on racing and pari-mutuel wagering. 

The next big wave of legislation came in 2008. The Kansas Expanded Lottery Act (KELA) was established, which oversees Kansas’ land-based casinos as well. 

Timeline of Gambling in Kansas

  • 1987 legalizes horse and dog racing and pari-mutuel wagering.
  • 1989 First track, Woodlands Racetrack, opens
  • 2008 Kansas Supreme Court rules in favor of the constitutionality of the Kansas Expanded Lottery Act. Also allows destination casinos and the racetracks to move forward under Kansas Expanded Lottery Act (KELA).

Gambling Laws and Regulatory Organizations

Kansas permits gambling at: 

  • Bingo for non-profit religious, charitable, fraternal, educational and veterans organizations;
  • Horse racing, dog racing and parimutuel wagering on horse and dog races at state licensed and regulated facilities 
  • State-owned and operated lotteries
  • Native American casinos

The minimum age is 18 years-old for lottery, bingo, and raffles. For off-track bettors and casinos you must be at least 21 years-old.

Online casino and sports (other than horse and dog racing) betting is illegal.

Regulatory Organizations

The regulatory organization for all forms of gambling in Kansas is the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission.

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For information on visiting Kansas casinos, or for general tourism information, call the state’s tourism department at (785) 296-2009 or visit their web site at