Chinook Winds Casino

1777 Northwest 44th Street, Lincoln City, Oregon 
   

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Casino opened:January 1, 1995
Table games:23
Gaming machines:1250
Poker tables: 8
Minimum Bet:$0.01
Open 24/7:Yes
Native american:Yes
Self parking:Yes
Convention sq/ft:35 sq/ft

Amenities

Poker Room: Chinook Winds Poker Room
Hotels: Chinook Winds Casino Resort
Attractions: Pacific Ocean
Golf:Chinook Winds Golf Resort

Rating

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Chinook Winds Casino Review

Chinook Winds Casino

You will be blown away the moment you lay eyes on Chinook Winds Casino! Out of nowhere the moment you turn into the parking lot, you will feast your eyes on two of the most beautiful sites in the world. A temptingly lovely casino, set against the backdrop of the Pacific Ocean!


Chinook Winds Casino is located just in Lincoln City, Oregon one block off of Highway 101. With the Pacific Ocean as their backdrop and over 7 miles of beach access in Lincoln City.


Chinook Winds is not the biggest casino in the world, however they do have a decent selection of table games available should this be more your style. There are 29 table games in all including; single and multi deck Blackjack, Craps, Bonus Let it Ride, Fortune Pai Gow, Roulette, Three Card Poker, and other common variations of Poker. Wager from $5 to $1,000 per bet depending upon the game you choose.


While you are enoying your dinner in the lounge the kiddies will have a great time at the Chinook Winds Play Palace and Games Galore Arcade. The kids will love the 3 level play structure, and the Nintendo area. There are more than 90 games in the Movie and Arcade area. Crafts are offered to the smaller children, and for the teens, there is a deli located on site!


The resort also offers its own restaurant and lounge with live entertainment on the weekends!


Chinook Winds Casino Convention Center offers more than 35,000 sq of meeting space making it the largest convention area available on the Oregon Coast! The convention center can be partitioned off into six separate rooms to accommodate smaller events. Chinook Winds offers a professional event planning team to assist you in creating the perfect atmosphere for your event.


Located across from the Convention Center, the business center is available for your office needs. The business center offers 2 computers with high speed access, a telephone and fax, a large office table for smaller meetings and a spacious desk.

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Gaming at Chinook Winds

Chinook Winds Casino offers more than 1,200 reel and video slots for you to choose from! You will find Penny, Nickel, Quarter, & Dollar slot machines located throughout the gaming floor!

Many of the slot games at Chinook Winds Casino offer Progressive Jackpots. You will also find Video Poker and Video Keno! Chinook winds casino also features a small high stakes slot room where you will find $5.00 to $100 slot machines!

Join the Chinook Winds Winners Circle club and earn points while you play! Not only will you automatically receive a 10% discount on show tickets, and hotel stay. You will be eligible for several other promotions and events!

Chinook Winds now offers Ticket in/Ticket out machines for machine play, saving you from walking to and from the cashier to cash out every ticket. Cash out from one slot game, grab your ticket, and place it right into the next!


Chinook Winds hasn’t forgotten you bingo players! As a matter of fact they claim to offer the largest bingo payouts in the area during their popular afternoon bingo session!

Chinook Winds like all other Casino’s located on Indian Reservations in Oregon is alcohol free except in the lounge; however soft drinks and fruit juice are available in the bingo hall free of charge.

You can choose from paper cards, or the new Traveler machines are available! You will earn Winners Circle points from your purchase either way!

The Bingo hall at Chinook is so spacious that it doubles as a theatre for the many concerts and shows featured at the casino. A calendar of events is available on the Chinook Winds Casino webpage.

Casino games available

Blackjack
Craps
Roulette
Slot machines
Bingo
Keno
3 Card Poker
Video Poker

Poker at Chinook Winds

Chinook Winds Poker Room

Located right next to the Bingo Hall you will find the Poker room! Open until 230am most days the Chinook Winds Casino Poker room offers 5 poker tables. The game of choice on most weeknights is 3-6 limit Texas Holdem. However depending on the time of your visit, you might find 7 Card Stud, 7 Card Hi Lo, or Omaha Hi-Lo.

Texas Holdem tournaments are offered three times per week on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Omaha Holdem Tourneys are played every Tuesday. Service is always available in the poker room; however players are also welcome to free fountain drinks and juice from the Bingo room and only footsteps away from the deli.

Poker games available:

Stud
Omaha Hi-Lo
Limit Holdem
No Limit Holdem




Contact information

Official

Phone 541-996-5825
Toll-free 888-244-6665
Fax 541-996-5852
Website www.chinookwindscasino.com
Email Email
Facebook Facebook page
Twitter @ChinookWinds

Poker

Phone 541-996-5735
Website Website
Email Email

Box Office

Phone 888-624-6228

Casino hours

Open 24/7

Dining & Restaurants

Double Down Coffee

  • Price range: Budget


Siletz Bay Buffet

  • Serving: American

The Chinook Winds Buffett serves decent fare for the price. Nothing special, mostly geared towards the elderly. There is almost always a long wait on weekends, but they do provide beepers, so be sure to get in line earlier than you want to eat so that you can get beeped before you're ready to eat.

  • Price range: Average
  • Reservations: 1-888-Chinook
  • Music: 50's
  • Alcohol: Yes
  • Attire: Casual
  • Kid-friendly
  • Buffet
  • Wheelchair accessible


Rogue River Steakhouse

  • Serving: Steak
  • Price range: Upscale
  • Music: 50's
  • Alcohol: Yes
  • Ambience: Bar/Fine Dining
  • Attire: Casual
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Take away


Aces Bar and Grill

  • Price range: Average


Chinook Seafood Grill

  • Price range: Upscale


Euchre Creek Deli

  • Serving: American

Fried foods, sandwiches and pizza.

  • Price range: Budget
  • Kid-friendly
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Take away


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User Reviews

Submitted by MuckAces on May 8th, 2006 at 2:43am
I went to Chinook Winds this week to play in a poker tournament. I placed 4th in the tournament by the way. After the tournament I checked the hours the poker room was open, told the room manager that I would return after dinner to play the $3-$6 limit game (this is the only game available after the tournament.) and went off to eat dinner.

The buffet was great, offering salmon, alfredo, chicken quesadillas, fried chicken, and many other great meal options, as well as cheese cake to die for for desert!

I had decided to stay the night at the casino, due to a personal aversion to driving after dark, I went ahead and rented a hotel room at the resort for the night my travel agent assured me this is a great hotel, and I will enjoy my stay, and either way, it beats driving after dark. Now I can play the limit games, and drive home in the morning. I often leave directly after the tournament so that I don't have to drive in the dark, so this will be great!

Ok room rented, dinner eaten, I'm ready to play. As I enter the poker room, at 10:30pm they are closing. The sign says they are open until 2:30 but they are closing tongiht at 10:30. I played slots for the next few hours, lost about 80 bucks in total, but I was at the casino with a friend of mine, and we had a pretty good time.

We arrived back at the hotel a few hours later. Layed down and quickly realized that next to the ice/soda machines, is not a real great place for the front door of a hotel room. This was mildly irritating, but we managed to deal with the noise, it only happened every 15 - 20 minutes or so, and both of us figured once we get to sleep, we can sleep through it.. not for next week, we'd rather not have a room next to the ice machine!

Lights out, we're laying in bed, and I ask her what that annoying noise is. She isnt sure, but suggests that it might be the bathroom fan. I don't think its the fan because it stops n starts ever few seconds, but I get up to check, nope fan is off.

A few minutes later we realize it is the person in the next room, snoring, loudly! After a nice little bout of giggling, we decide that the best plan of action is to try to ignore it, and go to sleep. We are wasting precious hours of sleep, and we both have many things to do once we hit home the next day.

Ha! Nice plan, but not going to happen! Not only is the snoring keeping both of us awake, added with the ice machine every few minutes, just to keep us on our toes, I'm sure we are both now keeping each other awake with all of the tossing and turning!

Finally I called the front desk, I explained the problem to her, and asked to be moved to another room. At this point we had about 5 hours of snoozin time left. We can handle that, have done a full days work before with less.

The voice on the other end calmly tells me that she is sorry that she is out of earplugs, and she can't possibly awaken my neighbor to tell him that he is snoring to loudly. I understand this, or I'd have been over to pound on his door myself. Yup best solution here will definately be a room change... wait.. earplugs? Now thats just funny.

"Ok, so do you have a room available to move us to?" I ask her. This women, then suggests that she have her housekeeping employees bring my friend and I extra pillows to put over our heads so that perhaps the snoring will not bother us! Now this has me laughing, the earplugs I had hoped was a joke.. Does this hotel employee really want me to put a pillow over my head? I asked her again about another room. She let me know that room service was on their way over with the extra pillows, and promptly hung up on me.

My friend and I decided there was no way we were getting any sleep, gave up, waited for daylight, and drove home.

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