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Idaho Casinos | Updates 2023

There are seven Indian casinos owned and operated by four Native American tribes in Idaho.

The casinos are the Bannock Peak Casino, Clearwater River Casino & Hotel, Coeur D'Alene Casino, Kootenai River Inn Casino & Spa, It'se-Ye-Ye Casino and Sage Hill Travel Center & Casino and the Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel.

The Coeur d'Alene Tribe owns one casino, the Kootenai Tribe owns one casino, the Nez Perce Tribe owns two casinos and the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes own three casinos.

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News Mountain Home ID Casino Plan: Shoshone-Bannock Tribes February 3, 2023 - The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes held an open house in Mountain Home last week to share plans with Elmore County residents about a new casino planned for Mountain Home. ... Read more News Casino plans emerge for Mountain Home, Idaho September 2, 2022 - Two Idaho tribes are planning to build a casino in Mountain Home. The Shoshone-Bannock and the Shoshone-Paiute have each started the application process for federal approval with the U.S. Interior ... Read more News Clearwater River Casino Player Wins Record $1.5M July 27, 2022 - Last week a lucky player at Clearwater River Casino & Lodge wagered $4.50 and won $1,541,533.11. The jackpot amount is the all-time record for Clearwater River Casino. It was won by a woman playing ... Read more News Coeur d'Alene Casino adds Discovery Den gaming area January 9, 2022 - The new Discovery Den at Coeur d'Alene Casino offers casino guests the opportunity to play newly-designed casino games in their final testing phase before production. The machines will be replaced ... Read more News Archive

Idaho Minimum Gambling Age

Minimum gambling ages are 18 years old for casinos, 18 for poker, 18 for bingo, 21 for sports betting, 18 for horse racing, 18 for the lottery.


Idaho Indian Casino List

Click the link in the casino name for a comprehensive profile of the casino including its gaming information, website, photo, hotel and restaurants.

Bannock Peak Casino
I-86 Exit 52
Arbon Valley, ID

Clearwater River Casino & Hotel
17500 Nez Perce Highway
Lewiston, ID 83501
(208) 746-0723

Coeur D'Alene Casino
27068 Southwest US Highway 95
Worley, Idaho 83876
(800) 523-2464

It'se-Ye-Ye Casino
419 Third Street
Kamiah, Idaho 83536
Located on Hwy. 12 and Idaho St.
(208) 935-1638

Kootenai River Inn Casino & Spa
7169 Plaza St.
Bonners Ferry, ID 83805

Mountain Home Casino Proposal
Mountain Home, Idaho

Sage Hill Travel Center & Casino
I-15 exit 80
Fort Hall, ID 83203

Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel
1-15 Exit 80 - Simplot Road
P.O. Box 868
Fort Hall, ID 83203
(208) 237-8778

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Idaho tribes reopen casinos

June 1, 2020

Idaho tribes reopened five of the state's seven tribal casinos last month following two months of closure for the CIVID-19 pandemic. The first casino to reopen was Coeur d'Alene Casino, which was also one of the first in the nation to do so.

The Idaho casinos that reopened last month are listed here by date:

May 01 Coeur d'Alene Casino
May 16 It'se Ye-Ye Casino
May 16 Kootenai River Inn Casino & Spa
May 16 Clearwater River Casino Hotel
May 19 Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel

Sage Hill Casino and Bannock Peak Casino remain temporarily closed.

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News Headlines Continued


News Tribes are devastated after one year of COVID-19 March 18, 2021 - As the Covid-19 pandemic began spreading across our nation last year, its impact became the most deadly in our tribal communities. Tribal economies also collapsed as casinos were shut down ... Read more


News Idaho tribes reopen casinos June 1, 2020 - Idaho tribes reopened five of the state's seven tribal casinos last month following two months of closure for the CIVID-19 pandemic. The first casino to reopen was Coeur d'Alene Casino, which was also one of the first in the nation ... Read more News Coeur d'Alene Casino reopens May 1 April 30, 2020 - The Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort Hotel began a phased reopening April 27 in preparation for the general public to return on May 1. The casino has been closed since March 20. ... Read more


News Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort named 'Tribal Destination of the Year' October 4, 2019 - The Coeur d'Alene Casino was honored at the 21st annual American Indian Tourism Conference for its Cultural Tourism Program for promoting the history and culture of ... Read more News New Shoshone-Bannock Casino Celebrates Grand Opening February 23, 2019 - A week after a soft opening, the new Shoshone Bannock Casino celebrated its grand opening. Players won lots of special prizes and had a shot at a million dollars. ... Read more News Shoshone-Bannock Casino Readies for Grand Opening February 13, 2019 - This is a preview video of the new Shoshone-Bannock Casino that opened to the public today. The new casino floor is 85,463 sq-ft with 900 slot machines, a high-limit gaming area and a new 8,084 sq-ft bingo hall. ... Read more News Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel Opens Feb 13 January 21, 2019 - A new 85,463 square-foot casino addition will open to the public on Feb 13th at the Shoshone Bannock Hotel. The grand opening with entertainment and giveaways is Feb 23rd. ... Read more News Coeur d'Alene Casino $12M Upgrade Opens March 2019 December 19, 2019 - Coeur d'Alene Casino is adding a high-limit gaming area and a new HVAC air system for smoke removal. The event center stage size is doubling and new seating will better viewing. ... Read more


News Major renovation is underway at Coeur d'Alene Casino November 17, 2018 - A $15 million renovation project is underway at the Coeur d'Alene Casino. It is scheduled for completion in March 2019. ... Read more


11.18.2016 - Ground Broken on New Fort Hall Casino 10.04.2016 - Casino Approved for Shoshone-Bannock Hotel & Event Center 02.17.2016 - Bill Proposed for Idaho Gaming Commission


12.14.2015   Shoshone-Bannock Casino to Interview New Architect Groups
05.13.2015   Fort Hall Casino to Expand


04.17.2014   Coeur d'Alene Casino To Offer Poker Starting May 2


07.13.2010   Coeur d'Alene casino resort expansion project accelerates


06.13.2009   Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort Hotel $75-million expansion
02.09.2009   Shoshone-Bannock Tribes reconsider $90 million casino plan
01.12.2009   Shoshone-Paiute Tribe plans casino on Idaho border
05.22.2008   Blackfoot's Satellite Casino has groundbreaking
04.29.2008   Shoshone-Bannock Plan Two More Casinos

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