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Alaska doesn't have any casinos, but for those bit by the gambling bug, casino resorts in the Pacific Northwest are just quick flight away. We have listed below just a few casino resort options in Washington and Oregon.


Clearwater Casino Resort includes a waterfront hotel, full-service spa, and a casino night life with table games, slots, and dedicated keno and poker rooms. Clearwater Casino Resort is owned by the Suquamish Tribe and located on the Kitsap Peninsula, northwest of Seattle and accessible via road or the Washington State Ferry system. "Indoors and out, the breathtaking property captures the rustic natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest," according to Clearwater.

Little Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, Washington, is owned by the Squaxm Island Tribe. "Whether you're ready to do some serious betting or simply indulge your playful side, you'll find everything you need to get your game on," the resort states. The par-72 championship Salish Cliffs Golf Club course is located on the property and has elevation changes of nearly 600 feet "surrounded by natural beauty and no homes."

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Tulalip Resort Casino, located thirty minutes north of Seattle, is owned by the Tulalip Tribes and blends luxury and excitement. "Experience impeccable service, unrivaled rewards, and the most cash back of any Washington casino," the company states. The resort has an onsite spa and award-winning dining options, as well as high end shopping opportunities.

Quinault Beach Resort and Casino is owned and operated by the Quinault Indian Tribe and is just steps away from the beach, 70 miles from Olympia, Washington. According to the resort, "Quinault Beach Resort is your clear choice for fun, food, and gaming at the beach." In addition to the indoor pool and Jacuzzi, the resort also has spa services and a multitude of dining options, including several buffets, a bistro, and a lounge.


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