Here are 15 Arizona casinos to try, as featured in the latest issue of Experience AZ magazine.

Gila River Casinos

Things to know: Gila River has three casinos in the Phoenix area, each convenient to parts to the Valley of the Sun including west, east and south portions of the metro area. Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino is the largest casino in the Phoenix and Scottsdale area south of Phoenix near Chandler and Ahwatukee. Lone Butte Casino is located just south of the 202 freeway in Chandler. It is just southeast of Phoenix. You can merge with the 202 from Interstate 10 going southeast. Lone Butte is the only Gila River Casino that does not have live action poker or hotel accommodations. Vee Quiva Hotel and Casino is located in the southwest section of the Phoenix area in Laveen.

Don’t miss: All three Gila River Casinos feature a wide variety of slot machines, table games, and blackjack. Vee Quiva and Wild Horse Pass have live action poker rooms. Lone Butte and Vee Quiva have bingo. All three casinos have a wide selection of dining venues, bars, and lounges. You can enhance your visit with one-of-a-kind experiences including spa, adventure, shopping, adrenaline and culture. Be sure to check out Gila River Casinos’ calendar for a comprehensive schedule of the amazing events across three properties.

Apache Gold Casino Resort

Things to know: Apache Gold Casino Resort is owned by the San Carlos Apache Tribe, whose tribal land covers over 1.8 million acres in eastern Arizona, from the Sonoran desert to Ponderosa pine forests. The Tribe’s ancestral lands once stretched across Arizona into New Mexico. Historically, the San Carlos Apache were hunters, and they have deep cultural and spiritual ties to the land. The tribe has made the decision to keep most of its land in a natural state, which protects the habitat for big and small game and allows the Apache to preserve their special and personal relationship with the natural world.

Don’t miss: Apache Gold Casino, located five miles east of Globe on Highway 70, features 600 of the newest slot machines, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You’ll be able to discover the most penny slots in the state, along with exclusive games like Apache Ponies. Find state-of-the-art video and reel slot machines and progressives as well as Black Jack. Play at the casino’s 200-seat bingo hall that’s open five days a week. Enjoy it all in a friendly and casual atmosphere that promises more uninterrupted play, which means more chances to win. Join Apache Gold’s Player’s Club to win valuable points for prizes and perks, like rounds of golf, hotel stays and dining.

BlueWater Resort & Casino

Arizona’s only riverside casino and resort has everything from live concerts to an 18-hole golf course and indoor water slide.

Bucky’s Casino

Bucky’s offers a 24/7 non-smoking poker room with cash games and tournaments.

Casino Arizona

This casino offers more than 100,000 square feet devoted to gaming and entertainment, including 52 table games and 1,026 slot machines.

Casino Del Sol

Mediterranean architecture surrounds the gaming space, featuring 1,000 nickel, quarter, $1, $5 and multi-denominational slot machines.

Cliff Castle Casino Hotel

Cliff Castle has been voted Favorite Arizona Casino 15 years in a row.

Cocopah Casino

At Arizona’s Cocopah Casino, you’ll experience all the excitement of a Las Vegas casino in a friendly, hometown resort setting.

Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment Tucson

The casino floor is packed with the hottest slot machines and table games.

Desert Diamond West Valley Casino

Located in the vibrant Westgate Entertainment District, this is Glendale’s home for lucky days and electric nights.

Fort McDowell Casino

Slots, keno, bingo, poker, blackjack, and lunar bingo, which takes the traditional game to thrilling new heights.

Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino

This contemporary casino hotel offers slots, keno, table games and a poker room.

Talking Stick Resort and Casino

With more than 50 table games, 800 slot machines and poker tournaments almost every day, it’s thrilling gaming all in one place.

Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort

Located east of Flagstaff, this is northern Arizona’s premier casino resort destination, offering luxury amenities and best-in-class gaming.

We-Ko-Pa Resort & Conference Center

This refined casino and resort offers a pair of 18-hole golf courses, a 24-hour casino and a day spa.