10 Largest Retail Casinos In Pennsylvania – February 2023

Written By Corey Sharp on September 13, 2023 - Last Updated on February 9, 2024
We rank the largest PA casinos according to their current slot count in September 2023.

There are 17 Pennsylvania casinos located across the state. They all come in different sizes and offer a variety of amenities to differentiate themselves from each other.

Some patrons will like certain casinos more than others, and even drive a little further away if a casino experience exceeds expectations.

Here is a breakdown of the top PA casinos within the state and their updated slot counts.

No. 1 – Parx Casino

Slot count: 2,989

Parx Casino has 2,996 slots inside of its casino, which is the most in the state. The Bensalem casino led Pennsylvania in slot revenue, recording $389.9 million during FY 2022/2023.

Parx is a 260,000-square-foot facility with 150,000 of those feet dedicated to the gaming floor. Parx also has horse racing available, which features another 280,000-square-foot facility.

The casino is filled with 141 table games and a poker room with 48 tables, as well.

In addition to gaming, Parx has plenty of food and entertainment options. The casino offers everything from upscale eateries, beer gardens to grab-and-go selections.

Parx also hosts entertainment in the Xcite Center, which can hold up to 1,500 guests. Some events Parx offers include live music, comedy shows, boxing and MMA matches.

Parx is in the process of adding a 300-room luxury hotel, too.

No. 2 – Wind Creek Bethlehem

Slot count: 2,322

Wind Creek Bethlehem is another strong casino in the Keystone State, offering 2,317 slots and 214 table games in a 139,000-square-foot gaming space. Having the most table games of any PA casino, it’s no surprise Wind Creek led the state with $236.7 million in FY 2022/2023 revenue.

The Bethlehem casino has made $160 million-worth of upgrades to the property since 2020. A new poker room and Live Dealer Stadium Gaming has been added to the floor, and is a huge hit among customers. Also, a 23,000-square-foot ballroom has been constructed for more meeting space, along with a second hotel tower to accommodate more than 550 hotel rooms.

Wind Creek supplies a 24-hour fitness center, pool and spa. It also has four nightclubs and an event center for live performances.

No. 3 – Rivers Casino Pittsburgh

Slot count: 2,283

Rivers Casino Pittsburgh is another top casino in the state, offering 2,283 slots inside its 144,000 square feet of gaming space. Another large casino, Rivers Casino Pittsburgh also provides 136 table games.

The Pittsburgh casino has a number of ways visitors can gamble. In addition to the variety of table games, Rivers Casino offers the Rush Table Zone, which is an area of 55 electronic table games. It also includes a poker room, video poker, Asian Gaming and a BetRivers Sportsbook PA.

Rivers Casino Pittsburgh has several dining options and entertainment, which include live music performances and other shows in The Event Center.

Guests can also stay overnight at The Landing Hotel, which is connected to the PA casino. The $60 million project with 219 rooms opened last fall.

No. 4 – Live! Casino Philadelphia

Slot count: 2,002

Located steps away from the Sports Complex in South Philadelphia, Live! Casino Philadelphia is in a great location. The casino employs more than 2,000 slot machines and 154 table games across its 510,000-square-foot facility.

In addition to gaming, Live! Casino Philadelphia has the following amenities:

No. 5 – Hollywood Casino at The Meadows

Slot count: 1,962

Hollywood Casino at The Meadows has just shy of 2,000 slot total inside its large 350,000-square-foot facility. It also carries 100 table games.

In addition to a poker room and video poker, The Meadows offers more than just gaming. The casino has several dining options and entertainment, such as a bowling alley and a live music venue.

The Meadows also showcases horse racing.

No. 6 – Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course

Slot count: 1,704

Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course offers 1,710 slots and 47 table games. The facility is 330,000 square feet that offers a sportsbook, dining options and horse racing.

The casino also hosts outdoor concerts for guests.

No. 7 – Mount Airy Casino

Slot count: 1,613

Mount Airy Casino has 1,615 slots and 72 table games inside its 65,144-square-foot gaming floor. It also supplies many other amenities guests can enjoy.

The casino offers a 188-room hotel with a spa, pool, fitness center and bar. It also includes an 18-hole golf course and hosts weddings. There are several bars and restaurants for guests to enjoy while visiting the facility.

No. 8 – Rivers Casino Philadelphia

Slot count: 1,521

Rivers Casino Philadelphia holds 1,520 slot machines and 140 table games. Its gaming floor resides across a 45,000-square-foot section.

The Philadelphia casino just added a new restaurant, Martarano’s Prime, to its lineup. Opening an upscale Italian steakhouse compliments the food options the casino already offers.

Rivers Casino Philadelphia has an event center that features sports watch parties, live music events and a BetRivers Sportsbook.

No. 9 – Harrah’s Philadelphia

Slot count: 1,544

Harrah’s Philadelphia carries 1,545 slot machines, the 10th-most, and 64 table games across a 86,661-square-foot gaming floor. Casino executives got approval to reduce the amount of slots and the size of the gaming floor at a recent Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) meeting.

The Chester casino completed a $1 million renovation project to its sportsbook and opened it before Week 1 of the NFL season.

The facility also holds horse racing, restaurants and several bars for nightlife entertainment.

No. 10 – Presque Isle Downs

Slot count: 1,525

Presque Isle Downs cracks the top 10 with more than 1,500 slots across its 59,000-square-foot casino floor.

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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayPennsylvania bringing you comprehensive coverage of sports betting and gambling in Pennsylvania. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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