The Spokane Tribe Story

Spokane Tribe Casino is owned and operated by the Spokane Tribe of Indians, and is part of our gaming family along with Chewelah Casino and Two Rivers Casino Resort.

For the Spokane Tribe, Spokane Tribe Casino represents our culture, our commitment and our community.


The Spokane Tribe of Indians has called this area home for centuries, and those centuries carry many traditions and stories tied to the lands, the rivers and our people. In fact, the name “Spokane Tribe Casino” is a direct reflection of that. We see Spokane Tribe Casino as a modern representation of our traditions and an opportunity to share who we are with friends and neighbors.


Our commitments are many, beginning with honoring our ancestors and past… and stretching forward to honor our future generations. At the same time, we are committed to sharing our ideas, our vitality and our hospitality with friends and neighbors.


Of course, we are committed to our tribal community, and we build for our future. But our community also includes the greater Spokane region, and we are committed to economic development that benefits all. If you feel you’d make a great addition to our team, please explore our current career opportunities. In addition, we believe service is an essential part of our community, so all of us at Spokane Tribe Casino and the Spokane Tribe of Indians support many local nonprofit groups, businesses and community partners. It’s why we always say: we are your community partners.

Spokane Tribe Casino is the first phase of our Spokane Tribe Economic Project (STEP), a 145-acre mixed-use development in Airway Heights: the heart of our Spokane Tribal Aboriginal Territory. Future phases will include retail and commercial space, a hotel, an entertainment/event facility, a culture center and much more — all designed around you.

We’re Building Something Better. 

Why is it called Spokane Tribe Casino? Our name is a reflection of our culture, our surroundings and our excitement for a future that benefits the whole region. The casino is built in the heart of the Spokane Tribal Exclusive Aboriginal Territory — ancestral lands encompassing more than three million acres. This includes most of the greater Spokane region, so we felt the casino should share the name that reflects our identity as a tribe and our identity as a region. To find out more about our name and the development of our logo, watch this video.