Kootenai River Inn and Casino

Kootenai River Inn and Casino - Casinos – Idaho Casinos, Bonners Ferry

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Description

A fur trading post was established here in 1808 by David Thompson and Finan McDonald, local trappers. A permanent settlement was not made here, however, until 1864. E. L. Bonner made a ferry which replaced the Indian canoes that had ferried people across the river to the Canadian gold fields. Bonners Ferry is only 25 miles from Canada. It is a scenic and beautiful area which draws many tourists to admire it.

They have over 400 of the hottest gaming machines in three separate casino rooms. Prefer to play in a non-smoking environment? They’ve got a room for you. Want to play and win with Canadian currency? No problem.

Casino Information

Year Opened: 1986
Casino Type:
Casino Features:
Hotel: Yes Hotel: No
Operational: Yes Operational: No
Gaming & Slots: 400
Owner: Kootenai Tribe of Idaho
Native American: Yes Native American: No
Comments: Kootenai Tribe of Idaho

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