Vermont is one of the few U.S states with (currently) no casinos or regulated gambling industry – either land-based or online.
Gamblers looking for some live poker action can travel to neighboring New Hampshire which has the Lebanon Poker Room right on the state line.
The legal age for gambling in casinos in Vermont is 21. Read our USA Gambling Ages guide
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3 types of gambling are legally permitted in Vermont:
3 types of gambling are not legally permitted in Vermont:
- Lottery Games
- Horse-Racing / Dog racing
- Pari-Mutuel betting
Who regulates Gambling in Vermont?
Gambling in Vermont is regulated by the Office of the Attorney General – Charitable gaming only
Casinos in Vermont
There are 0 Casinos, sportsbooks, cardrooms, race-tracks or cruise ships in Vermont.