Casinos in Florida
There are many Casinos in Florida with locations throughout the state. Gambling in Florida has been legal in one form or another since 1932 when the state legalized pari-mutual betting.
Seminole Casinos are located in Broward, Collier, Dade, Hillsborough, and Okeechobee Counties. The Hard Rock Hotel and Casinos offer on site guest rooms, suites, restaurants, and of course plenty of action in the large casinos.
Of course, Collier County is in Southwest Florida and the Seminole Casino is in the town of Immokalee. This full-service casino offers transportation to its sight. Check with your hotel for information. The Casino has over 1100 of the latest in slots, over 30 tables of live table games and a WBT Poker Room. There is dining service at their 1st Street Deli, the "EE-TO-LEET-KE" Grill and the Zig Zag Lounge.
Bonita Springs Dog Track
is known for their greyhound dog racing. They also have poker-gaming rooms and offer simulcasting features for all the major stakes races. The track is located between US 41 (Tamiami Trail) and Interstate 75 on Bonita Beach Road. You will find eating facilities on the premises.
South Florida Casinos
offer Las Vegas-style gaming rooms for your enjoyment. You will find only the slots at these casinos but they do offer free food and drinks. Click below for special play events and meals.
Caesar's Palace Bonita Springs
Winners Vegas Style Games
Cruises are another way to experience casino action and enjoy the high seas at the same time. There are many day cruises available from various ports throughout the state. The Big M Casino leaves from Fort Myers Beach and offers daytime and evening cruises. Contact them directly for reservations and information at 239-765-7529.
There are many options in South Florida for those who want to tackle games of chance. Good luck!
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