Top Casinos in Oklahoma City Area

Top Casinos in Oklahoma City Area

Casinos in Oklahoma: Though it’s not quite Las Vegas, the Oklahoma City metro area has a number of casinos, as state law allows them on Native American tribal land. With a variety of gaming options available, here is a listing of the major Oklahoma City casinos with information on the types of table and electronic games offered as well as details on entertainment, bars, dining and more.

All casinos in Oklahoma are affiliated with Indian Tribes and they are allowed to offer both Class II and Class III gaming machines. Most Oklahoma casinos offer only Class II machines which look like slot machines, but are actually games of bingo and the spinning video reels are for “entertainment purposes only.” Some of the casinos in Oklahoma also offer traditional Class III slots.

Top Casinos in Oklahoma City
Top Casinos in Oklahoma City

In either case, the gaming machines are not allowed to accept or payout in coins. All payouts must be done by a printed receipt or via an electronic debit card. No public information is available concerning the payback percentages on gaming machines at casinos in Oklahoma.

Casinos in Oklahoma
Casinos in Oklahoma

Remington Park

One Remington Place
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
(405) 424-1000

Remington Park, located in Oklahoma City’s Adventure District, is the metro’s horse-racing track, and in 1995 it added a “racino” that features 700 electronic games. There are notable games, but Remington has a variety of restaurants and bars, and features live music at the Wild Rush Bar and Stage.

Riverwind Casino

1544 West Hwy 9
Norman, OK 73071
(405) 322-6000

Operated by the Chickasaw Nation and located in Norman, Riverwind Casino is the largest casino in the metro area at 219,000 square feet. Not only are there over 2,000 electronic games and over 50 tables for blackjack and poker, but Riverwind is also home to some marquee concerts and events in its Showplace Theatre. An adjoining 100-room hotel opened in February 2009.

Newcastle Casino

2457 Highway 62 Service Road
Newcastle, OK 73065
(405) 385-6013

Only a short drive from southwest Oklahoma City is the Newcastle Casino. It’s not as big as some of the others on this list and doesn’t have a hotel but, like Riverwind, is operated by the Chickasaw Nation. Newcastle Casino features electronic games, 14 table games, and a couple of restaurants.

Lucky Star Casino

7777 N Highway 81
El Reno, OK 73036
(405) 262-7612

Located near El Reno, about a 35-minute drive from downtown Oklahoma City, Concho’s Lucky Star Casino opened in the mid-1990s and offers over 1,000 electronic games and slots, including many of the Vegas-style favorites. In addition, the casino features blackjack and a 24-hour poker room. Live performances by local and regional bands are common on weekends, and the casino has a large restaurant/bar.

Thunderbird Casino

15700 East Hwy 9
Norman, OK 73026
(405) 360-9270

Thunderbird Casino in Norman is one of the oldest Native American casinos in the state, opening in 1987. It features just over 400 electronic gaming machines and 13 tables with blackjack and poker. There is also a full restaurant and bar that has live music on weekends.

Grand Casino Hotel & Resort

777 Grand Casino Boulevard
Shawnee, OK 74804
(405) 964-7777

Take the short drive east on I-40, about 30 minutes or so, to the Grand Casino Hotel & Resort outside of Shawnee. Not only are there plenty of electronic and table games, but the property now features a top of the line hotel built-in 2013. Also, play a round of golf at the 18-hole resort course.

Sac & Fox Nation’s Black Hawk Casino

42008 Westech Road
Shawnee, OK 74804
(405) 275-4700

Though smaller than many other facilities on this list, the Sac & Fox Nation Casino, now known as the Black Hawk, is working to make improvements and expand. In addition to nearly 700 electronic games and several table games, the casino has a restaurant/bar and an outdoor amphitheater.

How Many Casinos Are There In Oklahoma?

102 casinos
According to the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association, there are over 71,000 slot machines/video poker machines in the state, along with over 4,600 bingo seats. In fact, there are currently 102 casinos in Oklahoma.

What Is The Casino In Oklahoma?

List of casinos
Casino City State
Remington Park Racetrack & Casino Oklahoma City Oklahoma
RiverStar Casino Terral Oklahoma
River Spirit Casino Tulsa Oklahoma
Riverwind Casino Norman Oklahoma

What Is The Largest Casino In Oklahoma?

Oklahoma’s Largest Casinos
  • Winstar World Casino. Gaming floor: 380,000 square feet. …
  • Choctaw Casino Resort Durant. Gaming floor: 110,000. …
  • Riverwind Casino. Gaming floor: 219,000 square feet. …
  • Hard Rock Casino Tulsa. Gaming floor: 147,000 square feet. …
  • Grand Casino Hotel Resort. …
  • Newcastle Casino. …
  • Downstream Casino. …
  • Osage Casino Hotel Tulsa.

Who Owns Casinos In Oklahoma?

Choctaw Casinos & Resorts
Casino type Indian
Owner Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
Renovated in 2008
Website Choctaw Casino Resort

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