Try your luck at one of The Mill Casino’s over 700 slot machines or Vegas-style table games! The fun never ends at this casino located right on the beautiful Southern Oregon Coast.
Oregon features eight Tribal Casinos located throughout the state. The casinos are operated by individual Native American tribal councils, which are sovereign nations. By law, revenues generated by the casinos must finance tribal government operations, the welfare of tribal members, economic development and support charitable contributions among other needs.
Casinos help support the local economies throughout the state by becoming visitor destinations. This provides jobs not only at the casinos but at other businesses as well.
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Fly high at Seven Feathers, a Nevada-style casino offering keno, video poker and more on over 1,000 slot machines.
Opened in February 2012 to replace the Kahneeta High Desert Casino,
You’ll feel at home at Kla-Mo-Ya Casino where the staff are friendly and the atmosphere is buzzing. Offering not only slots and table games, but weekly promotions and exciting giveaways, what are you waiting for?
Head to Wildhorse Casino in Pendleton for a wide variety of table games like craps, roulette, blackjack, keno, bingo, and of course, poker! Not to mention over 1,200 slot machines! Why not join in the fun?
Good luck finding a better selection of casino games than at Three Rivers Casino & Hotel (outside of Vegas, anyway!).
Hit the jackpot on your next trip to the Oregon Coast with Chinook Winds Casino’s wide variety of video poker and slot machines, from one and two