Welcome to California’s #1 Casino & Slot Guide! The Gaming Guide is the only online destination for everything you want to know about casinos and slots in California. Here's a quick overview of what you'll find (and where to find it). 

The Gaming Guide™ collects and publishes bus and transportation schedules for the leading Southern California Casinos each month. The links below will give you printable versions of the available bus schedules for all of the Featured Southern California Casinos

Pick up a copy of the Southern California Gaming Guide at 3,500 locations across Southern California, including: San Diego County; Los Angeles County; San Fernando Valley; Orange County; Inland Empire (Riverside and San Bernardino Counties); Ventura County; and Imperial County.

San Diego County has more Indian casinos than any other county in the United States. Including the rest of Southern California, there are 23 casinos that Southern Californian casino players have easy access to play in any day. Responsible Gaming may be a timely message for us all, and it’s always a good time to be aware of your casino play. 

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California Indian Casino History

California has 62 Indian Casinos
In 1987 the United States Supreme Court ruled in the case California v. Cabazon Band of Mission Indians that tribes could operate casinos outside state jurisdiction if the state had not directly prohibited gambling. Today there are 62 Indian casinos in California with more in the planning process.

The California Council on Problem Gambling is a non-profit organization, founded in 1986, dedicated to assisting problem gamblers and their families by promoting awareness, education, research, prevention and treatment for problem gambling. CCPG is one of 35 state affiliates of the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG). CCPG is funded by voluntary contributions from business and other interested parties, and does not take a position for or against legalized gambling.