Nation | Tribe: Suquamish Tribe
15347 Suquamish Way
Suquamish, Washington 98392-9649
The Clearwater Casino Resort is located in Suquamish, between Poulsbo and Bainbridge Island, on the Kitsap Peninsula in Western Washington.
The Suquamish Tribe's Clearwater Casino opened in a tent on December 31, 1995. The casino was proceeded by a bingo hall in 1992 and a smoke shop a few years before.
The tent housing the Clearwater Casino was replaced by a permanent building in 2003. In 2006 a 85-room hotel was added. Further expansions in recent years added more hotel rooms, a spa, meeting spaces and an RV park.
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From the Seattle/ Bainbridge Island Ferry continue on Hwy 305 north approx. 6 miles. We are located just north of the Agate Pass bridge.
From the Edmonds/Kingston Ferry take Hwy 104 to Poulsbo. Turn left on Hwy 305 and continue south through Poulsbo toward Bainbridge Island. We are just North of the Agate Pass bridge.
February 13, 2022
The Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort opened is FanDuel Sportsbook on Feb. 4 in time for Super Bowl LVI. The sports betting area is 2,086 square feet with big screens and armchairs for fans to comfortably watch games after wagering. Bets can be placed at any of the three live betting windows or 12 self-service betting kiosks.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was followed by ceremonial first bets placed by former NFL players Jim Zorn and Steve Largent.
The FanDuel Sportsbook is located on the casino floor near the Agate Pass Deli and Seafood Bar.
May 12, 2021
The Suquamish Tribe has reached an agreement with the Washington State Gambling Commission to add sport betting to their Clearwater Casino Resort. The Suquamish is the second tribe to negotiate a sportsbook following the Tulalip Tribe announcement in April. The Kalispel, Snoqualmie and Muckleshoot tribes are currently in similar negotiations with the gambling commission
Sports betting is expected to start in Washington this Fall.
The negotiated agreements with the Suquamish and Tulalip Tribes must next go through a hearing by the Senate labor committee followed by a vote from the state gambling commission in June 2021. Final approval is required from the U.S. Secretary of the Interior.
May 18, 2020
The Suquamish Tribe reopened their Clearwater Casino today at 10 AM.
Courtesy of Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort
The reopening begins a phased-in health and safety program to limit the operating hours, the number of guests at any one time and the available facilities.
The temporary operating hours are 10am-2am until further notice. During closed hours the casino will be deep cleaned and sanitized. Each day the total number of casino guests at any one time will be limited to 60% of capacity. Dining venues will be limited.
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