Indian Head | Maryland, Maryland

Indian Head, in Charles County, Maryland, is found on the banks of the Potomac River, where Maryland meets Virginia. The town is home to a naval base, as well as homes, business, and stores. Are you looking for bingo halls in Indian Head? See your nearest bingo halls here.

Where can I play a game of bingo in Indian Head, Maryland?

Bingo is played in venues called bingo halls. Bingo halls can be commercial, for-purpose venues that run bingo as a business, but these are rare in Maryland, a state where for-profit bingo is not allowed. More commonly, charities hold bingo fundraisers in either their own venues or in a rented space, so your local bingo halls will be places like churches, veterans' clubs, and fire stations! This can make it tough to know where your local bingo halls are. That's where BingoPort can help! We list all the bingo halls in your area so you can see what's available. Whether you play in a church hall, a relaxed social club, or any other venue, you'll find somewhere fun to enjoy bingo.

What happens during a game of bingo?

Bingo is a quick and crazy game that is tons of fun! Don't worry if you've never played before, you'll be able to pick it up quickly. All you need to do is have a read of this quick guide, and you'll be a bingo master in no time! Arriving a little early is key for a bingo game. You'll need to buy your bingo cards before the game starts. A bingo card is a 5x5 grid with a blank space in the middle square. The other squares have numbers between 1 and 75, and each bingo card is different. This is what you will use to play bingo. As the game begins, the bingo caller will announce the winning pattern. This tells you which squares on your bingo card you will need to mark to win the game. The pattern could be a line, a blackout, a shape, or anything! Then they will begin to draw numbers one at a time, shouting them out to the players. If you have the number, mark it on your card. The first player to mark every box for the winning pattern must quickly shout BINGO to stop the game and claim their prize.

How do I pick a bingo hall to join in Indian Head, Maryland?

When you start your journey to choose a new bingo hall, it can feel like a very long road! Luckily, there are some things you can do to make choosing a new bingo hall far easier- and it can even be a lot of fun! Here's how to go about picking a new bingo hall to join. Firstly, you'll want to think about location. If you live in Indian Head, Maryland, you'll want a bingo hall near here; you don't need to bother looking at bingo halls in California or Texas. On this page, you'll find that BingoPort has curated a list of all the bingo halls near you in Indian Head, MD. You can browse the list of bingo halls to see what each venue offers. Which ones look like your kind of place? See when the halls open and get useful info about each venue from the BingoPort hall listings.

What makes a bingo hall good?

Everyone wants a great bingo hall, but how do you know which one is the best? Bingo halls vary so much, and the thing is- so do bingo players! That means that every bingo player will likely want something different from their bingo hall. So what would make the perfect bingo hall for you? Do you love a hall that offers cash jackpots, or something more unusual as a prize? Perhaps there's a specific charity or cause you'd love to support as you play? Some halls sell snacks or meals; does that sound good to you? Or maybe convenience is key- like a parking lot, or the right opening times. Take a look at each hall's listings page, and see what they offer. You'll be able to pick a great hall to visit in no time at all!

Is it legal to gamble in Maryland?

Gambling in Maryland is legal, but gambling activities must be licensed and regulated by the proper authorities. There are a few casinos in Maryland where players can enjoy classic games like roulette and blackjack. Some of the casinos also have poker rooms, but not all. Bingo is allowed for Maryland, if it is played for charity. Bingo cannot be run as a business; it needs to be raising money for a charitable cause. The good news is, that means players in Maryland can enjoy bingo and raise funds for a charity at the same time! Horse races are permitted in Maryland, and because betting is allowed on-track and off-track, you can visit a racetrack to place your wager, or you can bet in other locations too.

Interesting Facts

  • Since 1890, Indian Head has been the site of a naval base specializing in gun and rocket propellants.
  • Indian Head is on a headland, between the Potomac River and the Mattawoman Creek.
  • Brandon Paulin was elected mayor of Indian Head at 19 years old in 2015. This made Brandon the youngest mayor of any Maryland municipality in state history!
  • Maryland Route 210 is the only highway that runs to Indian Head.
  • The population of Indian Head was 3,844 people in the 2010 census.

Bingo Halls in Indian Head | Maryland