Casinos in Utah

Utah is a top destination for scenic trips past canyons and caves. Home to 5 impressive national parks Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, Capitol Reef and Canyonlands, Utah offers travellers many rewarding experiences. Boasting high quality snow, Salt Lake City hosted the Winter Olympics in 2002.  It also draws a crowd of artists and critics for the Sundance Festival, originally founded by Robert Redford in 1981.  So there’s lots to do… but not for gambling fans. Unfortunately due to the conservative majority of the state, there are no casinos in Utah. In fact there isn’t any gambling of any kind! (at least not legally anyway). Read on to find your nearest options for casino gaming.

Utah Casino FAQs

Is gambling legal in Utah?

Nope. Utah is a gambling-free state. There is no state lottery, bingo, casino, poker or sports betting. It is possible to play at a “casino party” where you can enjoy casino games as long as no actual money changes hands.

Can I play online casino in Utah?

There are no online casinos in the US that will accept players from Utah. However, you can play online casino with many overseas operators. We recommend you research any casino before you provide your credit card details. We have recommended some quality casinos on this page to help guide you.

Where’s the nearest casinos to Utah?

Many casino fans from Utah are willing to cross state lines for a flutter. Mesquite and West Wendover in Nevada are popular destinations. Also Wyoming Downs for those looking to bet on horse racing too.

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