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Oregon Casino Resorts

Where to go for gaming, golf, restaurants, pools, arcades, bowling alleys and other family-fun activities at these Tribal-owned destinations.
August 25, 2021

Oregon’s nine Tribal casinos offer a host of exciting opportunities for gaming, entertainment, lodging and family fun in all corners of the state. Las Vegas-style slots, table games and more will delight the gamer while restaurants, golf courses, pools, arcades, bowling alleys and other activities entertain the whole family. The scenic backdrops range from dramatic ocean-side locations to rolling foothills and farmland settings. As they have for hundreds of years, Oregon’s Tribes look forward to welcoming you and sharing their hospitality. Here’s where to find them. 

Owned by the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians, the Three Rivers Casino Resort offers two locations, in Florence and Coos Bay.

Oregon Coast

Chinook Winds Casino Resort, Lincoln City
Steps away from the beach, the ocean-view rooms here beckon. Sit down to fresh coastal fare with an Indigenous twist, soak up panoramic views at the rooftop steakhouse and rock out to a live show. The casino is owned by the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians.

The Mill Casino Hotel & RV Park, North Bend
This waterfront property overlooking Coos Bay is owned by The Coquille Indian Tribe. Spend a few nights in the comfortable accommodations while exploring the Southern Oregon Coast. 

Three Rivers Casino Resort, Florence and Coos Bay
Three Rivers Casino Resort is an award-winning casino with two beautiful locations on the Oregon Coast, owned by the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians. The Florence resort is just north of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, with a full gaming experience, 18 holes of golf, a 93-room hotel and plenty of RV parking.

Conveniently located just off I-5, Seven Feathers Casino Resort is a great stopping point during an Umpqua River adventure. (Photo by Jak Wonderly / Travel Southern Oregon)

Central Oregon

Indian Head Casino, Warm Springs
Owned by the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, the casino is an excellent stopover during any Central Oregon road trip. The casino offers exciting promotions and free membership to its Players’ Club. 

Southern Oregon

KLA-MO-YA Casino, Chiloquin
Fifty miles southeast of Crater Lake National Park, this Klamath, Modoc, and Yahooskin Tribal-owned casino is one of the premier gaming destinations in Southern Oregon. It’s centered near world-class hiking, fishing and camping, with plenty of room for RV and truck parking. Win at the slots, enjoy a meal at the restaurant, stay at the Sleep Inn Hotel and fuel up at the Crater Lake Junction Travel Center.  

Seven Feathers Casino Resort, Canyonville
Nestled on the banks of Oregon’s South Umpqua River between Roseburg and Grants Pass, this property is owned by the Cow Creek Umpqua Tribe. Stay at the hotel and spend the day adventuring outdoors or wine tasting along the I-5 corridor. Then, unwind at River Rock Spa, enjoy the arcade and dig into a hearty steak at K-Bar Steak House. 

Located on Highway 22 in Grand Ronde, Spirit Mountain Casino & Lodge is a great spot for a big-name show or concert in the Willamette Valley.

Willamette Valley

Spirit Mountain Casino & Lodge, Grand Ronde
Sixty miles from Portland along Highway 22, this coastal sojourn offers a number of family-friendly room styles and welcomes headline performers. Kids will love the arcade and ice cream at the coffee, wine and tea bar. It’s owned by the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde.

Eastern Oregon

Wildhorse Resort & Casino, Pendleton
Owned by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, this exciting destination offers over 1,200 true Vegas-style slot machines, 14 table games, Keno, bingo and poker. Diners can choose from five restaurants and a new food court. The hotel features panoramic views of the Blue Mountains, and the RV Park & Tipi Village offer a full range of amenities. Families will enjoy the recently opened FunPlex with a 24-lane bowling center, arcade and five-screen Cineplex. Bring your clubs to play the championship golf course, then walk a few steps farther to Tamástslikt Cultural Institute to learn about the region’s Indigenous history.

About The

Jen Anderson
Jen Anderson is a longtime journalist and travel writer/editor who is now Travel Oregon’s Content & Community Manager, helping to align content for visitors via social media, print and web. She’s called Oregon home for 25 years and loves finding the latest places to eat, drink and play around the state with her husband and two boys. Brewpubs, beaches and bike trails top the list.

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