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New Mexico is home to many great casinos for gamblers to try their luck in. Most of New Mexico’s casinos are owned and operated by Native American Nations. Below is a list of casinos located in New Mexico.

Apache Nugget Casino

Apache Nugget is located 15 miles north of Cuba, New Mexico and is operated by the Jicarilla Apache Nation. Apache Nugget opened in 2004 and has over 227 slot machines.

Buffalo Thunder Casino And Resort

Buffalo Thunder is located 20 miles north of Santa Fe. It offers a full resort-like hotel and huge casino with many slots and game tables. There is also an event center where entertainment shows and concerts are held.

The Downs Racetrack & Casino

The Downs is located in Albuquerque and offers live horse racing. The casino offers tables games, slots, and video poker. There is also an upscale restaurant for hungry gamblers to dine at.

Fire Rock Navajo Casino

Located in the town of Church Rock, New Mexico and operated by the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise, this casino offers approximately 900 slot machines, 1 Roulette table, 7 Blackjack tables.

Wild Horse Casino

Wild Horse is another casino operated by the Jicarilla Apache Nation. It reopened in 2007 after undergoing a full remodel and expansion. The casino houses a large poker room, 184 slot machines, 1 Roulette table, and 2 Blackjack tables.

Sun Ray Park & Casino

Sun Ray Park is located in Farmington and offers many fun and entertaining activities for gamblers to engage in. There is live and simulcast horse racing throughout the year, as well as live shows and sports events. The casino is huge and offers many slots and table games.

Santa Ana Star Casino

One of the hottest and most popular casinos in the Albuquerque area is Santa Ana Star. The casino is Native American owned and opened in 1993. The casino offers certified loose slots, music concerts, a large buffet to dine at and more.

Route 66 And Route 66 Express Casinos

Both these casinos are operated by the Pueblo of Laguna Indian Nation and are located in Albuquerque. Route 66 offers 1700 slot machines, popular table games, and a bingo hall. Hotel and dining options are also provided at Route 66. Route 66 express is smaller and only offers 120 slots machines, making it perfect for people who want to avoid large crowds and just play slots.

Sky City Casino

Sky city is operated by the Pueblo of Acoma and located in Acoma. The casino offers over 650 of the newest and hottest slot and video poker machines, a hotel, RV park, swimming pools, buffets and fine dining.

Palace West

Gamblers who are not into frills and want a simple casino full of slot machines should try their luck at Palace West. Palace West is located in Isleta and operated by the Pueblo of Isleta.

Sunland Park Racetrack And Casino

Sunland Park opened in 1959 solely as a horse race track. Today, the casino is home to over 700 slot machines and host notable horse races like the $400,000 Grade 1 Championship, which runs in December.

Northern Edge Navajo Casino

Navajo owned, the casino is located in Farmington and offers slots, poker, and tables. Events like car shows and concerts are held throughout the year. The casino offers a food court with many different food options.

Dancing Eagle

Dancing Eagle is another casino operated by the Pueblo of Laguna. It is located in Casa Blanca right off interstate 40. The casino has bingo, slots, dining, and entertainment shows. There is also a 24-hour travel center where travelers can get gas and anything else they need.

Casino Hollywood

Casino Hollywood is another travel center where travelers can get gas and play slots while they rest from the road. It houses over 600 slot machines and is located in Algodones.

Inn Of The Mountain Gods Resort And Casino

Inn of the Mountain Gods is operated by the Mescalero Apache Tribe of the Mescalero Reservation. On site is a hotel where guests can stay. Visitors can try their luck in Poker, Blackjack, and slots. If visitors get tired of gambling they can play golf or go boating. The Mescalero Apache Tribe also operates the Casino Apache Travel Center on US Highway 70.

Camel Rock Casino

Located in Santa Fe, Camel Rock offers a large casino with slots, table games, video poker, and bingo. The casino is also home to a 10,000 square foot event center for weddings, conferences, corporate parties, concerts and more.

Taos Mountain Casino

Taos Mountain is the only smoke-free casino in the country. Located in Taos and operated by the Pueblos, the casino is known for it’s loose slot machines.

Santa Claran Hotel And Casino

Santa Claran prides itself on being the finest casino and hotel in Santa Fe. It’s casino offers 27,000 square feet of slots and other popular casino games.

Sandia Casino

Sandia Casino is minutes from Albuquerque Airport and offers majestic mountain views. The casino is home to a resort where guest can stay while they gamble in the 140,000 square foot Vegas-style casino.

Flowing Water Navajo Casino

Flowing Waters opened in 2010 and since become a hot spot for casino gaming. Located in Shiprock, the casino is home to some of the newest and hottest slots and games in the industry.

Isleta Casino & Resort

Located in the high desert, Isleta Casino is an oasis for gamblers. It boasts a 100,000 square-foot casino with 1600 slot machines, 30 table games, and a poker room.

Ohkay Casino

The Pueblo of San Juan operates the Ohkay Casino. The casino has a hotel, numerous dining options. Games offered in the casino include: 700 slots, Blackjack, Bingo, Craps, and Roulette.

Billy The Kid Casino

Billy the Kid Casino is part of the Ruidoso Downs Race Track where live horse racing takes place. The casino offers hot new slots from the largest gaming manufacturers including; Konami, IGT, WMS, Shufflemaster and Bally.