About Apache Gold Casino & Resort
Apache Gold Casino Resort is owned by the San Carlos Apache Tribe whose tribal land covers over 1.8 million acres in eastern Arizona, from the Sonoran desert to Ponderosa pine forests. The Tribe's ancestral lands once stretched across Arizona into New Mexico. Historically, the San Carlos Apache were hunters, and they have deep cultural and spiritual ties to the land. The tribe has made the decision to keep most of its land in a natural state, which protects the habitat for big and small game and allows the Apache to preserve their special and personal relationship with the natural world.
Apache Gold Casino, located five miles east of Globe, Arizona on Highway 70, features 600 of the newest slot machines, available 24/7. Discover the most penny slots in the State along with exclusive games like Apache Ponies. Find state-of-the art video and reel slot machines and progressives as well as Black Jack and poker, and play at our 200-seat Bingo Hall that's open five days a week. Enjoy it all in a friendly and casual atmosphere that promises more uninterrupted play which means more chances to win. Join our Player's Club to win valuable points for prizes and "perks" -- like rounds of golf, hotel stays, and dining.
The Tables Get Hot! Don’t Miss the Action!
Friday-Tuesday from 3 pm.; Wednesday & Thursday from 11 A.M. Tables stay open until the action stops!
Minimum bet: $5
Maximum bet: $200
Wednesday – Sunday from 3 P.M.
Sunday, Wednesday & Thursday doors open at 11 P.M.; game starts at Noon.
Friday & Saturday, doors open at 6 p.m.; game starts at 7 P.M.
NO BINGO games called Monday or Tuesday.
The first Monday of every month. Doors open at 4:30 P.M. Games start at 7 P.M. Play paper or electronic games or both!