Gaming in Tucson
For casino gaming in Tucson, visit Desert Diamond Casino
Up the Ante in Tucson
It's easy to bet on a great time at Southern Arizona casinos. Located adjacent to the Tohono O'odham Nation and Pascua Yaqui Tribal land, Tucson offers gaming for travelers and locals alike.
Casino Del Sol
Casino Del Sol Resort, Spa & Conference Center is proudly owned and operated by The Pascua Yaqui Tribe and has been operating for over 20 years. Try your hand at the tables, or test your luck on the slot machines. Enjoy fine dining at the renowned PY Steakhouse or catch a show at the 5,000-seat AVA Amphitheater, an outdoor hot spot that serves Southern Arizona and hosts a wide range of touring popular musical acts, boxing matches, and more.
This top Arizona casino also offers one of the state's best golf experiences with the newly built Sewailo Golf Course. This Notah Begay designed course offers incredible water features, long fairways, and beautiful mountain views. And for those who need to relax and unwind, the Hiapsi Spa and Fitness Center is the place to go.
Desert Diamond Casino
Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment offers the games you love seven days a week. Owned and operated by the Tohono O'odham Nation, Desert Diamond has three locations in Southern Arizona. With the biggest uncapped jackpots in the state, Desert Diamond Casino has established itself as a premier destination for poker, and the blackjack tables are always on fire too. Bingo and keno fans will find high-stakes games with jaw-dropping jackpots; if you like to play slots, the casino offers the latest games as well as all of the old favorites.
And when you're ready to party, Desert Diamond's on-site Monsoon Nightclub offers top-flight entertainment in an elegant setting. Catch national acts on stage or dance the night away with your friends. See the event line-up here.
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