Shoalwater Bay Casino

The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988, a federal law establishing the governing structure for Indian gaming and which subsequently provided the opportunity for substantial economic independence to emerge for American Indian tribes across the United States.

The Shoalwater Bay Casino in Tokeland, WA is owned and operated by the Shoalwater Bay Tribe through their economic development organization: Willapa Bay Enterprises. The casino is located on Willapa Bay on the Washington coast in Pacific County.

“Our Tribe opened the Shoalwater Bay Casino in 1997 to create a small economic center for our Tribe. Currently, our little gem includes a small deli, liquor store, gift shop, a bar, and 292 slot machines for your enjoyment. We are always updating our floor, so you never know what you will find each visit. We hope you will visit often!” — Jamie Judkins, Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe Planner

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Willapa Bay Enterprises is dedicated to helping the tribe and tribal members, and offers public service and entrepreneurial grants to promote prosperity.

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Shoalwater Bay Casino

Gaming Slots


Annual Economic Impact

$17 Million

92 Jobs Created


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