Latest New Mexico Gaming News
1/20/2012NMNorthern Edge Casino Opens in Fruitland, (The Navajo Post)
6/13/2010NMIsleta re-brands to Hard Rock Casino (KRQE.com)
5/5/2010NMNM gaming board revokes license for Raton casino (Bloomberg BusinessWeek)
1/13/2010NMRuidoso fights to keep racino (KOAT.com)
12/9/2009NMLaguna unveils $3.9M renovation on Dancing Eagle Casino (New Mexico Business Weekly)
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Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino

  Indian-Owned   top information page about Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino  has slots
Pojoaque Pueblo
local: (505) 455-3313 
toll-free: (800) 455-3313 

Camel Rock Casino

  Indian-Owned   top information page about Camel Rock Casino  has slots
Santa Fe
local: (505) 984-8414 
toll-free: (800) 462-2635 

Cities Of Gold Casino

  Indian-Owned   top information page about Cities Of Gold Casino
Santa Fe
Local: (505) 455-3313 

Inn Of The Mountain Gods

  Indian-Owned   top information page about Inn Of The Mountain Gods
Mescalero
Local: (858) 361-0609 

Route 66 Casino

  Indian-Owned   top information page about Route 66 Casino  has slots
Albuquerque
local: (505) 352-1500 
toll-free: (866) 352-7866 

Sandia Resort & Casino

  Indian-Owned   top information page about Sandia Resort & Casino
Albuquerque
local: (505) 796-7500 
toll-free: (800) 526-9366 

Santa Ana Star Casino

  Indian-Owned   top information page about Santa Ana Star Casino
Bernalillo
Local: (505) 867-0000 

Sky City Casino

  Indian-Owned   top information page about Sky City Casino
Pueblo of Acoma
Local: (505) 552-5250 


QuikInfo:
The Land of Enchantment, New Mexico boasts a surprisingly wide range of gaming venues, from resort casinos (most of which are Indian-owned) and card rooms to parimutuel horse and dog racetracks. The legal gambling age in New Mexico is 21, although at some parimutuel venues it is 18.

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