There are 15 casinos in Pennsylvania. These properties are typically at resorts, racetracks or in urban areas. There casinos are spaced throughout the state, so there is often a long drive between locations. Most are in the eastern portion of the state. Other casino locations include Erie, Pittsburgh and outside Harrisburg.
All 15 Pennsylvania casinos are listed below. It is in alphabetical order.
Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino & Racetrack
Harrah’s is at a racetrack just south of Philadelphia. It is home to about 2,000 slots and 80 table games. Harrah’s Philadelphia has 15 different table game titles to play. There is also a Caesars sportsbook and a poker room. Read more in our Harrah’s Philadelphia review.
Hollywood Casino at the Meadows
Hollywood Casino at the Meadows is in the southwestern corner of the state. It is at a racetrack. The casino offers about 2,500 slot machines and 65 live table games, including 13 individual titles. It also has a 14-table poker room and a Barstool sportsbook. More details are available in our Hollywood Casino at the Meadows review.
Hollywood Casino at Morgantown
On December 22, 2021, Hollywood Casino at Morgantown became Pennsylvania’s newest casino. It offers 750 slot and video poker machines, 30 table games and a sportsbook. It has two restaurants and a couple bars. Read more about Hollywood Casino at Morgantown.
Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course
Pennsylvania’s Hollywood Casino is at the Penn National Race Course. It is located just north of Harrisburg. There are about 2,100 slots and 60 live table games at Hollywood Casino Penn National. It has 14 different live table game titles. Read more in our Hollywood Casino Penn National review.
Hollywood Casino York
Hollywood Casino York opened on August 12, 2021. It is located in the York Galleria Mall. Hollywood Casino York offers 500 slots and 24 table games. It also has a Barstool sportsbook. Read more about Hollywood Casino York.
Lady Luck Nemacolin
Lady Luck Nemacolin is in the southern part of the state. It is a part of a large resort in a rural area. Lady Luck is the smallest casino in Pennsylvania. It deals six different table games across 28 tables. There are about 600 slots. Read more in our Lady Luck Nemacolin review.
Live! Casino Philadelphia
Live! Casino Philadelphia is in the downtown part of the city. It has a sister casino in Pittsburgh. There are about 2,200 slots and 150 table games at Live! Casino Philadelphia. There are 15 different table titles to play. There is also a 29-table poker room and a sportsbook. Read more details in our Live! Casino Philadelphia review.
Live! Casino Pittsburgh
Live! Casino Pittsburgh is in a mall in a suburban part of the city. It is one of the smallest casinos in Pennsylvania. There is another Live! Casino in Philadelphia. There are about 750 slots and 30 table games at Live! Casino Pittsburgh. There are nine types of table games dealt. There is a small sportsbook and a seven-table poker room on the property. Read more in our Live! Casino Pittsburgh review.
Mohegan Sun Pocono
There are about 1,900 slots and 50 table games at Mohegan Sun Pocono. There are 14 different table game titles offered. There is also a poker room, sportsbook and racetrack on the property. It is located in northeastern Pennsylvania. See our Mohegan Sun Pocono review for more details.
Mount Airy Casino Resort
Mount Airy Resort is in a rural part of the Poconos in northeastern Pennsylvania. It is a resort property with several amenities. It is home to about 1,800 slots and 70 table games, including 15 different titles. There is also a poker room and sportsbook in the casino. See our Mount Airy Casino review for more details.
Parx Casino is at a racetrack in the northern Philadelphia suburbs. It is home to about 3,000 slot machines, 140 live table games, a sportsbook and a 48-table poker room. Parx deals 20 of the 22 table games found in Pennsylvania. Read more in our Parx Casino review.
Presque Isle Downs & Casino
Presque Isle is a racino in Erie. There are about 1,500 slots, 32 table games, a racetrack and a sportsbook here. There are nine different table game titles offered. Read more in our Presque Isle Downs Casino review.
Rivers Casino Philadelphia
Rivers Casino Philadelphia is in the downtown part of the city. It was once SugarHouse Casino. There is also a Rivers property in Pittsburgh. Rivers Casino Philadelphia offers about 1,900 slots and about 100 live table games. This includes 15 different types of table games. There is also a sportsbook and poker room. See our Rivers Philadelphia review for more information.
Rivers Casino Pittsburgh
Rivers Casino Pittsburgh is one of two branded casinos in the state with that name. The other is in Philadelphia. It is home to over 2,500 slot machines and 100 table games. There are 11 different table game titles. There is a poker room and sportsbook on the property. Read more Rivers Casino Pittsburgh details in our review.
Valley Forge Casino Resort
Valley Forge Resort is in eastern Pennsylvania. The resort is home to about 850 slots and 50 live table games. It includes 11 different table titles. There is also a FanDuel sportsbook on the property. See our Valley Forge Casino review for more information.
Wind Creek Bethlehem
Wind Creek is the former Sands Bethlehem. It is a favorite casino for New York City residents. It is one of the largest gaming properties in Pennsylvania. It is home to over 3,000 slot machines, 150 live tables and a sportsbook. There are 16 different table game titles. The poker room is being remodeled and reopened a temporary location until completion in 2022. Read more Wind Creek Casino details in our review.
Pennsylvania casinos FAQ
What is the minimum age for Pennsylvania casinos?
Patrons must be at least 21 years old.
What types of games are available at Pennsylvania casinos?
Slots, video poker, blackjack, craps, baccarat, pai gow poker, pai gow tiles, Three Card Poker and Ultimate Texas Hold’em are among the games played in Pennsylvania casinos.
Is smoking permitted at Pennsylvania casinos?
Casinos may designate up to 50% of the casino floor smoking areas.
Are there sportsbooks at Pennsylvania casinos?
Most Pennsylvania casinos have a sportsbook.