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Clearwater River Casino & Resort

  Indian-Owned   top information page about Clearwater River Casino & Resort  has slots
Lewiston
Local: (208) 746-9966 

Coeur D'Alene Casino Resort Hotel

  Indian-Owned   top information page about Coeur DAlene Casino Resort Hotel  has slots
Worley
Local: (208) 686-0248 

Kootenai River Inn, Casino & Spa

  Indian-Owned   top information page about Kootenai River Inn, Casino & Spa  has slots
Bonners Ferry
local: (208) 267-8511 
toll-free: (800) 346-5668 


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Most casinos in Idaho are Indian-owned, and small (ranging in size from 5,000 to 30,000 square feet), and offer a variety of slot machines as well as 'alternative gaming' options, which include bingo, video lottery, and parimutuel race track gambling.

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