Your guide to Casinos and Gaming in New Jersey

Ballys Atlantic City

Ballys Atlantic City is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 20 tables at Ballys Atlantic City

Book Now
Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa

Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 85 tables at Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa

Book Now
Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino

Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino is an off-track betting facility located in New Jersey.

Book Now
Golden Nugget Atlantic City

Golden Nugget Atlantic City is a Casino Room in New Jersey. It has 1500 slot machines, 80 table games.

Book Now
Harrahs Resort Atlantic City

Harrahs Resort Atlantic City is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 40 tables at Harrahs Resort Atlantic City

Book Now
Resorts Casino Hotel

Resorts Casino Hotel is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 8 tables at Resorts Casino Hotel

Book Now
Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City

Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 27 tables at Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City

Book Now
Bally's - Atlantic City - Wild Wild West Casino

Bally's - Atlantic City - Wild Wild West Casino is a Casino Room in New Jersey. It has 40 slot machines, 12 table games.

Ballys Atlantic City

Ballys Atlantic City is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 20 tables at Ballys Atlantic City

Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa

Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 85 tables at Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa

Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino

Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino is an off-track betting facility located in New Jersey.

New Jersey Casino Facts

New Jersey has a total of 23 casinos. Out of 23, there are 7 casinos with hotels. The Casinos in New Jersey are spread among 45 cities

Web Pages about Casinos and Gambling in New Jersey

US Casino Links article on New Jersey casinos and gambling

In 1976, New Jersey residents approved a bill legalizing gambling in Atlantic City, with the first casino, Resorts International, opening its doors to the public two years after. This was an attempt to revitalize Atlantic City, from a former popular resort town in the early 1900's to a prime casino destination.