Casino Arizona at Indian Bend
Location:101 & Indian Bend - Scottsdale, AZ 85271
Phone: (480) 850-7777
The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indians run the Casino Arizona at Indian Bend, an quiet but pretty jewel on the ring that is Arizona gambling. Located in Scottsdale, famous for the architecht Frank Lloyd Wright as well as the natural beauty of the city's surroundings, this casino is commonly referred to as "quaint" or the description I prefer, "unassuming". There's no resort accomodations to speak of here -- the focus is the casino gaming -- but there is entertainment offered, high-caliber shows you might find on the second stage at a big Vegas spread.
To find out more about the casino or the gaming, contact them toll-Free at (877) 7-24-HOUR
Casino Size: 40,000 Sq Ft
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Poker, Keno, Video roulette, Video keno, bingo, Off-track betting
The overnight RV parking is free but there is no available RV dump.
For even more info check out their website http://www.casinoaz.com
There's a serious poker and table game presence at the Casino Arizona at Indian Bend. What do I mean by serious? How about 50 tables dedicated to four games of poker (including the often overlooked in Arizona 7 card stud), with an area set aside for blackjack and other table games? Attention has been paid to atmosphere and customer service here; huge flat screen TVs blasting sporting events from around the country, and a staff that understands gamer's needs. When contacted by phone, a "member of management" assured me that the huge number of promotions available right now at their website (at least 6 related to table games alone) is not uncommon, and should grow over the next few years. This is a good sign in Arizona gaming, a casino that does not completely cater to video and slot gamers.
A casino with more restaurants than most resorts in the state -- at last count, six different dining experiences were offered -- is a casino that cares about the customer. Casino Arizona at Indian Ben quietly and powerfully earns its reptuation as 'the place to play' in Arizona. Websites like Yahoo Travel and the New York Times Travel site encourage visitors to the state not to miss this gem, an example of everything great about the new gaming trend in Arizona.