Idaho's Indian Casinos
COEUR D'ALENE CASINO - Photo by
Ron Gardner, Idaho Travel Council
Take a break in one of the Indian casinos operated by our Indian tribes on their tribal lands as you travel around Idaho. These casinos feature video games and Class II slot machines. Note that the minimum age for gambling is 18.
Whether you are a gambler or not, you will like the friendly hospitality and enjoyable food offered at these entertaining facilities.
BANNOCK PEAK CASINO
Located at 1707 W. Country Road at Fort Hall, this casino is operated by the Shoshone-Bannock Indian Tribe. The facility is open 24-hours and features 65 gaming machines.
CLEARWATER RIVER CASINO
The Clearwater Casino just east of Lewiston off U.S. Route 12. The Indian casino is operated by the Nez Perce Indian Tribe. Games offered to players include bingo and video lottery. Enjoy a buffet in the Riverside Café. A tribe-owned RV campground, gas station, and mini mart are adjacent to the casino building. Open 24-hours daily.
COEUR D’ALENE CASINO
The Coeur d’Alene Casino is located 25 minutes south of Coeur d’Alene on U.S. Route 95 at the town of Worley. Operated by the Coeur d’Alene Indian Tribe. Open 24 hours. The largest casino in Idaho, this property is a full-service casino/hotel complex, including a lounge, a food court, a buffet, and two restaurants. The hotel features the award-winning Circling Raven Golf Club, a scenic and dramatic 18-hole test.
FORT HALL CASINO
Off U.S. Route 91 (Exit 80) north of Pocatello at the town of Fort Hall, the casino is operated by the Shoshone-Bannock Indian Tribe. This casino on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation offers high stakes bingo, electronic pull-tab machines. There is a snack bar on the premises. A gift shop and the Shoshone Bannock Tribal Museum are nearby.
Operated by the Nez Perce Indian Tribe, this Indian casino’s name means “coyote” in the Nez Perce language. It’s located at the intersection of U.S. Route 12 and Idaho Street in the town of Kamiah. The casino offers various video games and has great food at great prices in the Qemus Café. Open 6 am to 2 am weekdays, and 24-hours on weekends.
KOOTENAI RIVER CASINO
Located off U.S. Route 95 north of Sandpoint at Bonners Ferry inside the Kootenai River Inn. Games include video pull-tab machines and bingo. There are hotel rooms, a spa, restaurant, lounge, indoor pool, gift shop and an ATM machine. A special Canadian casino area features machines that accept only Canadian currency. Operated by the Kootenai Indian Tribe. Open 24-hours daily.
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