Washington Casino 18 Years Old

In the U.S., we have two major milestone birthdays that take place within 3 years of each other: 18 and 21. At age 18, a person is considered a legal adult and can vote, play the lottery, and join the armed forces. At age 21, a person can legally drink and buy alcohol and patronize casinos in Las Vegas and Atlantic City. But in many states, people can gamble at age 18—and there’s no better place to host a milestone birthday than a local casino. Here’s a roundup of the various states and their restrictions regarding 18 and over casinos.

  1. California Casinos For 18 Year Olds
  2. 18 Year Old Casinos Michigan
  3. 18 Year Old Casinos Near Me
  4. Casinos Age 18

Look in the “Special Features” listing for each casino to see which allow gambling at 18 years of age. If you are looking for casinos in Washington state with hotels you are in luck because a majority of the casinos in the state have hotels.


Pari-mutuel betting

Pari-mutuel betting is a type of wager where the final payout is determined after all bets are made, which is different from the fixed odds offered by casinos. The most popular type of pari-mutuel betting is off-track betting facilities. When you bet on horse races, all bets are pooled together and the house takes its fee. Once betting closes, the payouts are finalized based on how much money is in the pool and the results of the event. States that allow pari-mutuel betting for people aged 18 and over include:

California Casinos For 18 Year Olds

18 year old casinos near me
  • Arkansas
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Indiana
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • New Mexico
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • Washington


Anyone can participate in a few rounds of bingo at the local church, but most casino bingo halls have an age limit to gamble. States that allow people age 18 and up to play bingo in a casino include:

18 Year Old Casinos Michigan

  • Connecticut
  • Florida
  • New Mexico
  • Oregon
  • South Dakota
  • Wisconsin

Mixed age limits

Some states allow gambling for ages 18 and up or 21 and up, some depending on the particular casino, others depending on the particular casino game. For example, Florida allows those 18 and up to gamble on pari-mutuels, bingo, and poker, but has an age minimum of 21 for slots. States with mixed age limits include:

  • Florida
  • New York
  • Oklahoma
  • Washington
  • California

Age 18+ welcome

Washington Casino 18 Years Old

A few states welcome anyone age 18 and older to gamble at local casinos, including California (with a few exceptions). California is home to casinos in over 100 cities—the largest number by far in the U.S., exceeding even the number found in Nevada. Southern California alone boasts two dozen cities with casinos, including Campo, which is home to Golden Acorn Casino! States that allow gambling at the age of 18 include:

  • Alaska
  • Idaho
  • Minnesota
  • Wyoming
  • California (with a few exceptions)

Celebrate your 18th at Golden Acorn Casino

If you’re looking for the best place to celebrate your birthday at one of the 18 and over casinos near San Diego, come see us at Golden Acorn Casino. We offer hundreds of slot machines and dozens of table games to choose from, and we’re conveniently located right off the I-8, about an hour away from downtown San Diego. And who knows, maybe your wish for a big jackpot will come true when you blow out your candles!


Contact Us

Snoqualmie Casino
37500 SE North Bend Way
Snoqualmie, WA 98065

Telephone: 425-888-1234
Email: [email protected]

Age Requirements

18 Year Old Casinos Near Me

Pursuant to applicable law, persons under the age of 21 are not permitted to play at our casino, loiter in gaming areas or consume alcoholic beverages. Similarly, our website is not intended for persons under the age of 21. In accordance with the Children’s Online Privacy Act, persons younger than 21 years of age are not allowed to use our site. We do not knowingly collect information from such persons.

Casinos Age 18

ID Requirements

Identification MUST be valid (not expired) and show:

  • The bearer’s date of birth
  • The bearer’s signature (except US Military ID – see below)
  • A photograph of bearer

Types of Acceptable ID

  • Driver’s License, Instruction Permit, or ID Card issued by any U.S. State, U.S. Territory and District of Columbia
  • Driver’s License, Instruction Permit, or ID Card issued by any Canadian Province
  • Valid Washington State Temporary Driver’s License
  • U.S. Armed Forces ID Card (Encrypted signature acceptable)
    Note: Since this ID may not be copied per federal law, it is only authorized for alcohol and Cage services
  • Merchant Marine ID Card issued by the U.S. Coast Guard
  • Official Passport (or Plastic Passport Card)
  • Washington State Tribal Enrollment Card (no expiration date required)
    • Nez Perce Tribe
    • Lummi Nation
    • Spokane Tribe
    • Skokomish Tribe
    • Stillaguamish Tribe
    • Kalispel Tribe
    • Suquamish Tribe
    • Nisqually Indian Tribe
    • Puyallup Tribe of Indians
    • Snoqualmie Tribe
    • Nooksack Indian Tribe
    • Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation
    • Muckleshoot Indian Tribe
    • The Tulalip Tribes