Gray Wolf Peak Casino Scales Back Expansion
December 29, 2015
The planned expansion project at Gray Wolf Peak Casino has started, but changes
have been made to the original plans.
Considering the concern of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes tribal
elders, the renovations have been scaled back. The elders expressed that they
felt that the project was too big as originally designed.
The revised plan still allows for 34,000 square foot casino floor, a new
restaurant, deli, and lounge. However the plans for the 70 guest room hotel and
the RV park have been postponed. The project has also been reduced in cost from
$27 million to $21.1 million.
The casino's original building was built 50 years ago. The new casino is being
built next to the original building. It is not known at this time what will
happen with the original building after the new structure is completed.
Gray Wolf Peak Casino is a Class II gaming facility.
Class II gaming does not permit card games. Bingo style machines are allowed.
There is also no jackpot limit.
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