There are eleven American Indian gaming facilities in South Dakota. They are owned and operated by seven federally-recognized South Dakota tribes.
See our South Dakota Indian Casino List below for casino and tribe informatrion.
Minimum gambling ages are 21 years old for casinos, 21 for poker, 18 for bingo, 21 for sports betting, 18for horse racing, 18 for the lottery.
Other gambling in the state is licensed and regulated by the South Dakota Commission on Gaming. This includes 20 Deadwood casinos, simulcast horse and dog wagering, and live horse racing. See our Additional South Dakota Gambling section below for locations.
Indian casinos and Deadwood casinos are authorized by the South Dakota Commission on Gaming to offer the folowing games:
21 years of age for Indian casinos and Deadwood casinos.
18 years of age for simulcast and live horse racing.
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Dakota Connection Casino and Travel Center
46102 South Dakota Hwy 10
Sisseton, SD 57262-9106
Dakota Sioux Casino
16415 Sioux Conifer Road
Watertown, SD 57201
East Winds Casino
Fort Randall Casino
East Highway 46
Pickstown, South Dakota 57367
Golden Buffalo Casino & Resort
321 Sitting Bull Street
Lower Brule, South Dakota 57548
Grand River Casino and Resort
27903 Highway 12
Mobridge, South Dakota 57601
Lode Star Casino
1003 SD Highway 47
Fort Thompson, SD 57339
Prairie Wind Casino & Hotel
Pine Ridge, SD 57770
Prairie Wind Casino - Dome
Pine Ridge, SD 57770
Highway 83 and SD/NE State Line
Royal River Casino & Hotel
607 S. Veterans Street
Flandreau, SD 57028
Turtle Creek Crossing Casino
28281 US Highway 18
Mission, South Dakota 57555
Yankton Sioux Travel Plaza
38581 SD Highway 46
Lake Andes, SD 57356
Crow Creek Sioux Tribe of the Crow Creek Reservation
P.O. Box 50, Fort Thompson SD 57339.
Phone Number: (605) 245-2221 Fax Number: (605) 245-2470
Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe
P.O. Box 283, Flandreau SD 57028.
Phone Number: (605) 997-3891 Fax Number: (605) 997-3878
Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of the Lower Brule Reservation
187 Oyate Circle, Lower Brule SD 57548.
Phone Number: (605) 473-5561 Fax Number: (605) 473-5606
Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation
P.O. Box 2070, Pine Ridge SD 57770.
Phone Number: (605) 867-8420 Fax Number: (605) 867-6076
Rosebud Sioux Tribe of the Rosebud Indian Reservation
P.O. Box 430, Rosebud SD 57570.
Phone Number: (605) 747-2381 Fax Number: (605) 747-2434
Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate of the Lake Traverse Reservation
Box 509, Agency Village SD 57262.
Phone Number: (605) 698-3911 Fax Number: (605) 698-7907
Yankton Sioux Tribe of South Dakota
P.O. Box 1153, Wagner SD 57380.
Phone Number: (605) 384-3804 Fax Number: (605) 384-5687
For information on these casinos, see our Deadwood Casinos
Simulcast Horse and Dog Wagering
Triple Crown Casino, North Sioux City, SDj
Time Out Lounge, Rapid City, SD
Riders Up OTB, Sioux Falls, SD
Live Horse Racing
Horses race every spring at these locations:
Stanley County Fairgrounds, Ft. Pierre, SD
Brown County Fairgrounds, Aberdeen, SD
November 7, 2020
Voters in South Dakota last Tuesday approved a ballot measure to legalize sports betting. The vote was 57% to 43% in favor of the measure.
South Dakota's Gaming Commission will now take steps to develop the rules and regulations, and the state legislature will finalize the governing legislation. Online betting is expected to be added in the final legislation. Sports betting will go live on July 1, 2021.
All 25 casinos in Deadwood will be eligible to host a sportsbook. The 11 Native American casinos in South Dakota will also have the same sports betting opportunity as Deadwood due to provisions in the Federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.
October 9, 2020
South Dakotans will decide whether to approve sports betting in the Nov. 3 election. Another ballot measure on whether to legalize marijuana is also on the ballot. Both are expected to draw a strong turnout, and both measures add new tax revenues to the state budget if passed.
If sport betting is approved, sportsbooks will be legal in all Deadwood casinos and in all 12 South Dakota tribal casinos.
Earlier attempts to get sports wagering on the ballot were unsuccessful. This year the State Senate passed SJR 501 to legalize it subject to voter approval. The State House subsequently passed it by one vote, allowing the measure to proceed to the Nov. 3 ballot.
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