New York Casinos List

New York State, known for its vibrant city life and rich cultural history, also boasts a significant presence in the casino industry. As of 2024, the state's casino market is among the top five in the United States, offering a blend of land-based, commercial, and tribal casinos.

Land-Based and Commercial Casinos

New York features 12 land-based casinos and racinos, which are regulated by the New York State Gaming Commission. These establishments offer a variety of gaming options, including slots, roulette, blackjack, and more. In 2013, New York expanded its casino offerings by legalizing Las Vegas-style commercial casinos. Currently, there are four major commercial casinos in upstate New York, including the Del Lago Resort & Casino, Jake’s 58 Hotel & Casino, Rivers Casino & Resort, and Tioga Downs.

All NY Casinios:

  1. Akwesasne Mohawk Casino Hogansburg, Franklin County
  2. Batavia Downs Casino Batavia, Genesee County
  3. Del Lago Resort and Casino, Tyre, Seneca County
  4. Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway, Yonkers, Westchester County
  5. The Fairgrounds Gaming, Hamburg, Erie County
  6. Jake's 58 Hotel & Casino, Islandia, Suffolk County
  7. Finger Lakes Gaming and Race Track Farmington, Ontario County
  8. Lakeside Entertainment Union Springs, Cayuga County
  9. Mohawk Bingo Palace and Casino, Akwesasne, Franklin County
  10. Monticello Gaming & Raceway, Monticello, Sullivan County (Note: Casino portion closed)
  11. Point Place Casino Bridgeport, Madison County
  12. Resorts World Catskills Kiamesha Lake, Sullivan County
  13. Resorts World New York City, Ozone Park, Queens County
  14. Rivers Casino & Resort, Schenectady, Schenectady County
  15. Saratoga Casino and Raceway, Saratoga Springs, Saratoga County
  16. Seneca Allegany Casino, Salamanca, Cattaraugus County
  17. Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino, Buffalo, Erie County
  18. Seneca Gaming and Entertainment Irving, Irving, Cattaraugus County
  19. Seneca Gaming and Entertainment Oil Spring, Cuba, Allegany County
  20. Seneca Gaming and Entertainment Salamanca, Salamanca, Cattaraugus County
  21. Seneca Niagara Casino, Niagara Falls, Niagara County
  22. Tioga Downs & Casino, Nichols, Tioga County
  23. Turning Stone Resort & Casino, Verona, Oneida County
  24. Vernon Downs& Casino , Vernon, Oneida County
  25. Yellow Brick Road Casino Chittenango, Madison County

Tribal Casinos

Tribal casinos have a dominant presence in New York, exceeding other types of gambling sites in number. There are 15 tribal casinos operated by four tribes: the Oneida Indian Nation, the Seneca Nation, the Cayuga Nation, and the St. Regis Mohawk tribe. These tribal casinos were the sole option for casino gambling in the state until the 2013 legislative change.

Largest Casino

The crown jewel of New York's casino scene is the Resorts World Catskills in Monticello. This sprawling establishment is the largest in the state, with over 100,000 square feet of gaming space. In total, New York State hosts 27 casinos (12 land-based and 15 tribal), reflecting its diverse and robust gambling industry. The state's casinos not only provide a wide range of gaming options but also contribute significantly to the state's economy. The vibrant and diverse casino scene in New York continues to attract both locals and tourists alike, making it a pivotal part of the state's entertainment sector.