San Diego County claims to have more casinos than any county outside of the State of Nevada. Here’s our newest one, Hollywood Casino Jamul-San Diego, 10.9 miles from me.
The $400 million casino was developed in collaboration with the Jamul Indian Village. It opened on October 10, 2016, and has a three-story gaming and entertainment facility of approximately 200,000 square feet; over 1,700 slot machines; 40 live table games; multiple restaurants, bars, and lounges; and an enclosed below-grade parking structure with approximately 1,800 spaces.
Here it is under construction back on October 27, 2015:
Although the project created an estimated 2,500 construction and permanent jobs in the area, 97½% of the area residents were against it, mostly because of traffic concerns for their rural area.
I did not go inside since I’m not a big casino/gambling person. I only go to the casinos if there is something else to do there, like shopping at outlet malls, eating at the buffet, etc. I’m sure I’ll get there eventually.