North Dakota

North Dakota is known for many different things. One that stands out to me is the nickname. The Flickertail state is the 19th largest state in the nation with around 70,000 square miles. Here, there are under one million residents and is ranked the 48th largest in population with just more than 650,000 residents. North Dakota has some great choices in terms of it’s gaming styles, check them out below!

Gambling in North Dakota
North Dakota is one of the very few states that does not offer a lottery. Within the United States there are just 14 states which don’t have it. Their reasoning is mainly due to the fact that they don’t allow gambling. Other states don’t have a lottery because it takes revenue away from the existing land based casinos. In North Dakota, players have the ability to check out a good amount of casinos. Some of the casinos here include Sky Dancer Hotel and Casino, Spirit Lake Casino, Turtle Mountain Chippewa, Prairie Knights and a few others. Players in North Dakota will need to be 21 in order to enter a casino for game play. Like many of the older states, players can use parimutuel betting. This includes racing for horses where players can bet from the track as well as bet off of the track at several different locations. Parimutuel betting on the track is available to players who are 18 and over and parimutuel betting for players off of the track is for players who are 21 and over. The 18 and up gaming styles here include; Charity Bingo and Pull Tabs.