Can a 17 year old go into a casino with and adult and not gamble?
It depends on the state you're in, but generally, if you're not allowed to gamble, you're not allowed in the casino. There are exceptions...for instance, most places will allow you to pass through the casino (accompanied by someone 21 or over) on your way to a property restaurant or hotel room. But if you're asking if you can just "hang out" in the casino...no.
Yes, there are casinos in which you can legally gamble at 18. It depends on the individual state laws. Almost all state controlled casinos require you to be 21 years old, Native American casinos usually allow an 18 year old to gamble legally. Without knowing which state you are asking about it is impossible to say which casinos allow an 18 year old person to gamble legally.
The following states allow gambling in land based casinos at age 18+. California (varies by casino) Georgia (cruises) Idaho Michigan (varies by casino) Minnesota (varies by casino) Montana New York (varies by casino) Oklahoma (varies by casino) Oregon (varies by casino) Puerto Rico Rhode Island Washington (varies by casino) West Virginia Wisconsin (varies by casino) Wyoming You may gamble online at age 18+ from every state with the exception of WA.
In the state of Oklahoma there are currently 9 different casinos in total for residents to choose from. Throughout the state you will find the following casinos Sac & Fox Casino Downstream Casino Resort Lucky Star Casino Firelake Casino River Spirit Casino Riverwind Casino WinStar World Casino Choctaw Casino The minimum age for gambling in the state of Oklahoma is 18, however some casinos will require players to be age 21 to enter.
The minimum age to play at Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort is 18 years old. However, you may not enter the Beach Rock Lounge until you are 21 years old. Children under the age of 18 are allowed in the Cedar Steakhouse and Longhouse Buffet, located in the casino, if they are accompanied by an adult.