Yakama Nation Legends Casino

  Indian-Owned  
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580 Fort Road
Toppenish, WA 98948-9749
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Toll-Free: (877) 726-6311
Local: (509) 865-8800

Yakama Nation Legends Casino is located in Toppenish, Washington, and is an Indian-owned casino. Yakama Nation Legends Casino is also home to four restaurants.

Website:

www.yakamalegends.com
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Restaurants:
Daubers (American)
Espresso Bar (American)
Legends Sunset Strips (American)
Mountain View Buffet (American)

Table Games

:
Blackjack
,
Roulette
,
Craps
,
Pai Gow Poker
,
Three-Card Poker
,
Let It Ride™ Stud Poker
,
Caribbean Stud
,
Spanish 21
.

Card Room

: more info

Slots Options

:
Slot Machines
,
Video Poker
.

Hall/Lounge Games

:
Keno
.

Casino Amenities

:

Other Amenities

:
Pool
,
RV Parking
.

 
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