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9 Indian Casinos and 8 Tribes

There are eight American Indian tribes that own casinos in Oregon. These casinos are built and operated under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act enacted by the U.S. Congress in 1988. The law created the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) to regulate Indian gaming in Oregon.

Four Federally-recognized Oregon tribes worked with the NIGC to build casinos on "off-reservation" land. This is land purchased as "restored tribes" and transferred into federal trust for purposes of gaming. The four tribes and their casinos include: Grand Ronde - Spirit Mountain Casino (Grand Ronde); Coos/Lower Umpqua/Siuslaw - Three Rivers Casino (Florence);  Coquille - The Old Mill Casino (North Bend); and Siletz Indians - Chinook winds (Lincoln City)

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News Siletz tribes propose North Salem casino July 31, 2020 - Siletz Indians are seeking approval to build a $280M casino with a hotel in North Salem, OR. The tribe submitted its application to the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs on April 30, 2020 for a 20-acre site located at ... Read more News Indian Head Casino reopened today June 18 June 18, 2020 - Indian Head Casino reopened today for the first time since March 19. New health and safety standards limit the casino capacity to 250 guests plus temperature checks at entry, face masks for employees and ... Read more News Medford casino application rejected by BIA June 15, 2020 - The Medford casino project is dead. The Coquille Indian Tribe, which owns The Mill Casino Hotel in North Bend, had plans to build a second casino in Medford to be named The Cedars at Bear Creek. ... Read more News Oregon tribes reopen their casinos June 1, 2020 - Oregon tribes reopened six casinos in May and will open the remaining three in early June. All Indian casinos in Oregon will be opened by June 11. This is the first of four phases to return the casinos to full operations. ... Read more News The Mill Casino reopens today May 18 May 18, 2020 - The Mill Casino celebrated a Grand Reopening today with limited hours, a reconfigured gaming floor and a "Safe Play Plan" to protect guests and workers against the spread of COVID-19. ... Read more News Wildhorse Casino expansion places final structural beam February 6, 2020 - Constructions crews at Wildhorse Resort & Casino placed the final structural beam on the $85M expansion project scheduled for completion this summer. It will add bowling lanes,food court ... Read more More Headlines ...

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The Gaming Division of the Oregon State Police has approved the following list of casino games for Oregon's tribal casinos. Each casino offers some or all of the games on the list.

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Oregon Casino Map

Click on any of the Oregon counties on the map below to find local casino information, or scroll below the map to search an alphabetical listing of counties and their casinos.

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Oregon Casino List by County

1. COOS COUNTY

The Mill Casino Hotel
3201 Tremont Avenue
North Bend, Oregon 97459
(800) 953-4800
(541) 756-8800

Three Rivers Casino Resort
1297 Ocean Boulevard
Coos Bay, Oregon 97420
(877) 374-8377

2. DOUGLAS COUNTY

Seven Feathers Casino Resort
146 Chief Miwaleta Lane
Canyonville OR 97417
(800) 548-8461

3. JACKSON COUNTY

Medford Casino Project
Cancelled by BIA May 2020
AKA Cedars at Bear Creek Casino
2355 South Pacific Highway
Medford, OR 97501
(541) 779-1501

4. JEFFERSON COUNTY

Indian Head Casino
3236 Hwy 26
PO Box 891
Warm Springs, OR 97761
(541) 460-7777

Plateau Travel Plaza
U.S. Hwy 26 & Cherry Lane
Warm Springs, OR 97761
(541) 460-7707

5. KLAMATH COUNTY

Kla-Mo-Ya Casino
34333 Highway 97 North
Chiloquin, OR 97624
(888) 552-6692

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6. LANE COUNTY

Three Rivers Casino Resort
5647 Highway 126
Florence, Oregon, 97439
(877) 374-8377

7. LINCOLN COUNTY

Chinook Winds Casino Resort
1777 NW 44th Street
Lincoln City, OR 97367-5094
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8. MARION COUNTY

Salem Casino (Proposed)
4751 Astoria Street N.E.
Salem, OR

9. POLK COUNTY

Spirit Mountain Casino
27100 SW Salmon River Highway
Grand Ronde, Oregon 97347
(800) 760-7977

10. UMATILLA COUNTY

Wildhorse Resort & Casino
46510 Wildhorse Blvd
Pendleton, OR 97801
(800) 654-9453
(541) 278-2274


News Articles

Oregon tribes reopen their casinos

June 1, 2020

Indian casinos in Oregon are reopening with COVID-19 protocols that limit operating hours, crowd sizes, available games and restaurant service. Guest requirements include no smoking, wearing a face mask and passing a temperature check before entry.

The Oregon casinos that reopened in May are listed here by date:

May 18 The Mill Casino
May 21 Chinook Winds Casino & Convention Center
May 22 Seven Feathers Casino Resort
May 22 Three Rivers Casino Resort
May 22 Three Rivers Casino Coos Bay
May 28 Wildhorse Resort & Casino

The remaining three Oregon casinos will reopen in early June:

June 1 Spirit Mountain Casino
June 8 Kla-Mo-Ya Casino
June 11 Indian Head Casino

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Oregon readies mobile sports betting

August 5, 2019

This month Oregon will become the first state in the Northwest to launch a sports betting app and website for any Oregon resident age 21 or older to bet on professional sports.

Single-game betting, live-game betting and parlays will be accepted. Betting on college sports is banned. Only Oregon residents will have online access. Out-of-state players will be blocked by software.

Oregon's sports betting platform will be operated by the state lottery. It is named the Oregon Lottery Scoreboard (OLS) and will be online before the first game of the NFL regular season Sept 5.

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Tribal recognition could bring casino to Southern Oregon

April 04, 2018

A Siskiyou County tribe is seeking federal recognition from the U.S. government. Residents from the city of Ashland are ready to express their concerns of a possible casino project if the tribe is granted the recognition from the federal government.

The Ruffey Rancheria is located in central Siskiyou County, California. They are descended from Indian villages from that area. In 1958 Congress removed the tribe's federal recognition. Now they are actively trying to restore their status.

In July last year the "Ruffey Rancheria Restoration Act of 2017" was introduced. House Resolution 3535 was presented by Congressman Doug LaMalfa, R-Richvale, California. The act would return over 440 acres of land back to tribe. It would also restore their federal recognition with the U.S. government.

The bill states that if the approved, the tribe could be allowed to develop a casino on their land.

The exact boundary and location for the proposed tribal land has not yet been determined. However, it could possibly put a casino located in Sothern Oregon if approved.

The city of Ashland is located near the possible location for the tribal land. There is a radius of 25 miles around that land that could obtain casino designation. This has raised concerns for the city and its residents.

So far this year the bill has not progressed.

A letter of concerns of the possible casino could be sent to the federal government on behalf of the city. Rich Rosenthal is the City Councilor for Ashland. He stated that he would like to send a letter if progress is made in the tribal recognition.

Currently the tribe has not contacted the city.

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News Headlines Continued

News Chinook Winds Casino will host Siletz Tribe's 42nd Annual Restoration Powwow November 14, 2019 - This Saturday the Siletz Tribe, owners of Chinook Winds Casino, will celebrate the 42nd anniversary of the federal government's restoration of their tribe ... Read more News Chinook Winds is opening Sports Betting Lounge Aug 27 August 19, 2019 - The Chinook Winds Casino open a Sports Wagering Lounge on Aug 27. The casino's website has posted sports betting rules as well as open job opportunities. ... Read more News Oregon readies mobile sports betting August 5, 2019 - Oregon Lottery will launch its new mobile sports betting app and website later this month. It is named the Oregon Lottery Scoreboard and will go live prior to the first game of NFL regular season. ... Read more News Wildhorse Resort & Casino starts $85M expansion June 20, 2019 - Wildhorse Casino is adding a new, 24-lane bowling center, a food court and a family arcade. This is Phase 1 of a $85M expansion project which will be followed by a new hotel tower and events center in Phase 2. ... Read more News Chinook Winds Casino Celebrates 24th Anniversary June 13, 2019 - Chinook Winds Casino is celebrating its opening in 1996 with special promotions and prizes, a huge fireworks display and live country music performers.. ... Read more News Wildhorse Casino Expansion is Delayed April 15, 2019 - The shortage of local construction workers and higher labor costs have forced Wildhorse Casino to stop its expansion plan and consider changing to a phase-by-phase construction projects. ... Read more News Tribe acquires more land around Medford casino site February 20, 2019 - Over the last few years the Coquille Tribe has been buying additional parcels of land around their proposed casino site. The Tribe now owns or controls about 45 acres. ... Read more News New Parking Garage Added to Chinook Winds December 13, 2019 - A new 380-spaces parking garage has been built on the northwest side of the Chinook Winds Casino Resort. Its grand opening will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony Dec. 13. ... Read more News Expansion update for Wildhorse Resort & Casino December 06, 2018 - Some changes to the expansion plans for Wildhorse Resort & Casino have become neccessary to keep construction costs within a $85 million budget. ... Read more News Kah-Nee-Ta Resort is closing July 8, 2018 - The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs have announced the permanent closure of their Kah-Nee-Ta Resort after this summer season. The final day is Septemeber 5, 2018. ... Read more News Tribal recognition could bring casino to Southern Oregon April 4, 2018 - The Ruffey Rancheria is seeking federal recognition which could authorize a tribal casino. The proposed tribal land is to be determined and could include Southern Oregon. ... Read more News Indian Head Casino's Plateau Travel Plaza opens soon
March 23 - The new Indian Head Casino's Plateau Travel Plaza will soon open off U.S. Highway 26 and Cherry Lane. It will host 30 slot machines. ... Read more
10.02.2017 Wildhorse begins major expansion in Spring 2018 08.17.2017 Kla-Mo-Ya Casino breaks ground for hotel 07.06.2017 Wildhorse Casino plans $85 million expansion 05.03.2017 Proposed Salem casino planned for 2021 News Archive 04.30.2015   Three Rivers Casino Coos Bay to Open Next Week

11.04.2013   Medford Casino Meets Opposition by OR Senators
09.24.2013   Proposed Medford Casino Opposed
04.23.2013   Coquille Tribe Plans for Medford Casino

10.06.2012   Cowlitz casino wins support from U.S.
08.23.2012    Proposed casino The Grange to be located at Old Racetrack
04.12.2012    Multnomah Greyhound Park to Possibly become Casino

12.23.2010   Proposed La Center casino get major boost from Fed
11.02.2010   Wood Village casino measure defeated
08.06.2010   Cascade Locks Casino gets Federal nod
06.07.2010   Burns Paiute Tribe wants new casino in Ontario, OR
02.25.2010   Wildhorse Casino celebrates 15th anniversary
02.18.2010   Cowlitz endure long wait on La Center casino decision
01.28.2010   Wildhorse casino opening new sports bar
01.21.2010   Wildhorse Casino pays $144,666 MegaJackpot

10.05.2009   Cascade Locks casino 08.24.2009   Poll favors Portland casino
07.21.2009   Penny slots pay out $1 million at Three Rivers Casino
06.19.2009   Court: 'Legality of Three Rivers Casino in Florence can be challenged'
06.02.2009   Cowlitz La Center casino offer running out of time
05.16.2009   Wildhorse Resort Casino plans expansion
01.29.2009   Cascade Locks Resort & Casino opposed by Wu

11.25.2008   Cowlitz Casino Resort in La Center
07.07.2008   La Center resort casino update
06.28.2008   Mill Casino opens new hotel tower
06.13.2008   Three Rivers Casino legal existence challenged in court
05.30.2008   Cowlitz La Center casino moves forward
05.19.2008   Spirit Mountain Casino open huge buffet
05.09.2008   Wood Village Casino Proposal Dropped

04.24.2008   Wood Village Casino Plan Stalled
04.08.2008  Clark County officials dancing around casino issue

03.27.2008  Seven Feathers expanding hotel and restaurant
03.06.2008   Wildhorse Resort & Casino plans $25 million expansion for 2009

02.27.2008  Mill Casino moving along with new hotel tower construction
02.15.2008   Hearings Scheduled on Gorge Indian Casino Plan
02.15.2008   Gorge casino plan to receive public hearings
01.09.2008   Cascade Locks Casino Still in Play

12.26.2007   Casino at Cascade Locks May Not Be Built
11.29.2007   New Casino Proposed near Gresham

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