Casinos in the Pacific Northwest

Gaming in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho

Tulalip Resort Casino
••• Tulalip Resort Casino. Angela M. Brown 2010

Pacific Northwest casinos range from the stereotypical smoky hole to full-featured resort hotels as ritzy as anything you'd find in Las Vegas. Upscale accommodations, trendy lounges, fine dining, and pampering spas are just some of the amenities that you can enjoy at some Northwest casinos. Many Northwest casinos are perfect for a quick escape or weekend getaway, offering lodging, entertainment, and dining all in one destination. They are often located adjacent to other popular visitor attractions like national parks, the ocean shore, or shopping outlets.

Several serve as large-scale entertainment venues, offering concerts and comedy shows throughout the year.

Washington State Casinos
Native American-owned and -operated casinos can be found all throughout the state of Washington. Competition among the major casinos has resulted in a high quality of food, entertainment, accommodations, and other guest services. Tulalip Casino Resort, north of Seattle, sets the standard, offering high-end accommodations and services along with a spacious gaming floor and numerous lounges. In Eastern Washington, Northern Quest Resort & Casino is the hot spot for gaming and entertainment.

Oregon Casinos
Many of Oregon's casinos are in locations rich in attractions and activities, making them a fun part of a varied getaway. Several of Oregon's top casino resort are located along the Oregon Coast. The Three Rivers Casino in Florence and the Chinook Winds Casino Resort in Lincoln City are two popular examples.

Idaho Casinos
While the casinos in Idaho tend not to be as grand as some of those found in Washington and Oregon, they still offer lots of fun along with food and accommodations.