Nation | Tribe: Navajo Nation
2710 US highway 64
Waterflow, New Mexico 87421
The Flowing Water Navajo Casino opened in October 2010 in a temporary building at a cost of $3.1 million. It is located 5 miles east of Shiprock, N.M. in the Tse Daak aan Chapter of the Navajo Nation.
Flowing Waters Navajo Casino is one of four casinos owned by the Navajo Nation. The other three are the Fire Rock Navajo Casino in Church Rock, NM, Northern Edge Navajo Casino in Farmington, NM and Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort in Flagstaff, Arizona
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Hours of Operation
Sunday - Thursday: 9 am - 1 am
Friday & Saturday: 9 am - 4 am
11,000 square foot casino
120 slot and video poker machines
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CASINO • LIVE DEALER • POKER • SPORTSBOOK • RACEBOOK
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