Yellowstone country is filled with a multitude of exciting outdoor activities. But when the sun goes down, Wind River Casino is the place to continue the excitement into the night!
Located in the heart of Wind River Country, just two miles south of Riverton, Wind River Casino is the first casino established in the state of Wyoming. With several different types of table games and over 750 gaming machines, consisting of Las Vegas style slots and video poker, your excitement level is sure to rise. Open 24 hours a day, the Wind River Casino is growing quickly and adding new features all the time.
There is something for everyone at the Wind River Casino, even for the non-gamblers! This includes fine dining at the Red Willow Restaurant, shopping for locally produced arts and crafts at the gift shop, eating at the 24 hour Cee nokuu Cafe, and enjoying the wide variety of entertainment, ranging from comedies to bands. The casino is owned and operated by the Northern Arapaho Tribe.
Starting June 1st, its a summer of traditional dancing! Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 6pm, Arapaho dancers will be showcasing their talents in the shadows of tipis as a drum group keeps beat. From Jingle Dancers to Men and Women Fancy Dancers, this free show is open to all ages! Join in on a round dance and hear the stories of the Arapaho Tribe as you live the Northern Arapaho Experience.
And don’t miss the Big & Rich concert with Cowboy Troy! The band will be featured at the Wind River Casino on June 25th. For tickets and information, call 1-877-856-5566.
The region surrounding the casino is home to some of the most beautiful open spaces and abundant outdoor activities in the country. Riverton hosts many cultural and traditional events that are held throughout the year. The 1838 Mountain Man Rendezvous, held each year during the first week of July on the site of the original 1838 Rendezvous, features a weeklong re-creation of trappers’ and traders’ encampment, games of skill, food, dancing, and entertainment.
The Riverton Rendezvous is another sort of festival. This weeklong event, during the second and third weeks of July, celebrates Riverton’s founding in 1906. With the region’s first and most popular hot air balloon rally, Arts in the Park, street dances, the Rocky Mountain Car and Bike Show, and a WRA Rodeo, this event draws visitors from across the country.
Throughout the summer, June 15-August 15, Native American dancing demonstrations are hosted every Thursday evening by the Wind River Heritage Center at Riverton City Park.
Wind River Casino’s proximity to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks makes it a logical stop for any vacationer. Whether you stay at one of the many hotels, RV parks, or campgrounds, the casino certainly provides the nighttime fun and excitement you’re looking for!
Located on I-15, just north of Pocatello and south of Idaho Falls, Fort Hall Casino is your place to find friendly service and gaming excitement. With a large selection of popular Las Vegas-style gaming machines, Fort Hall Casino offers non-stop entertainment 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Monthly promotions are always rewarding, with prizes such as exotic vacation getaways, luxury vehicles and large cash giveaways. Promotions are exclusive to Player’s Club Members, and membership into the club is free! Just stop by the Player’s Club booth and register for your card today.
For more information about Fort Hall Casino’s great promotions and bingo schedule, call 800-497-4231.