Three Rivers Casino Resort

On Dec 5th 2007 the Three Rivers Casino opened its new casino and hotel in the picturesque coastal sand dunes in Florence Oregon.  Challenge your luck with 700 of the newest slots and video games, table games, including roulette, craps, blackjack, No Limit Texas Hold 'Em and don't forget Keno and Bingo action. Plus, choose from four restaurants including a buffet open 7 days a week. At the Players Club guests can sign up for a free club card to receive mailers with tasty offers, invitations to special events, tournaments and promotions. Our guests also enjoy the new event center for headline entertainment such as The Coaster, Herman’s Hermits and the Smothers Brothers. The New hotel has 93 rooms, each with a 42’’ plasma screen TV and beds fit for royalty.

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o        Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, Bingo, Keno

o       Live Poker Room

o       Over 700 slots


o        World Market Buffet and Seafood Extravaganza

o       Blue Bills Sports Bar

o       Sunset Grille

o       Sweet Treats Desserts & Pastries


Relax and Rejuvenate at Three Rivers Casino Resort, an Award-Winning Oregon Coast Favorite At Three Rivers Casino Resort there’s tons of fun to be had, but we offer something more than your average Indian Gaming experience; we’re the total resort package and our team is here to ensure that your vacation is comfortable and memorable. With four restaurants, daily entertainment and events, countless amenities, 90 oversized deluxe rooms, and elegant suites with two styles to choose from, you’ll have everything you need right at your fingertips.


o        5647 Hwy 126 Florence OR 97439

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Confederated Tribes

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The Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians trace their ancestry back to the aboriginal inhabitants of the South-Central coast of Oregon. Their historic homelands extended from the richly forested slopes of the Coastal Range in the East to the rocky shoreline of the Pacific Ocean in the West, a vast region of some 1.6 million acres.