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Guest-Oriented, Community-Focused, and Conscientious

Nestled among the rolling sand dunes of the Oregon coast, Three Rivers Casino & Hotel sits on a 100-acre site, offering guests a resort experience and an escape into spectacular surroundings. With the Pacific Ocean as the backdrop, and the quaint coastal town of Florence at its doorstep, Three Rivers Casino & Hotel offers guests a one-of-a-kind experience. Many guests find themselves returning again and again; with luxurious rooms, five diverse, best in class restaurants, superb entertainment options, a top-of-the-line Casino and varied gaming experience, in one of the most relaxing locations in Oregon, there’s something for everyone at Three Rivers Casino & Hotel.

Three Rivers was initially opened as a casino-only facility in 2004. Immediately loved by Oregon Coast residents and visitors, the Casino’s success led to the expansion of the facility into a full-service resort including the adjoining hotel in 2007. Owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians, Three Rivers Casino & Hotel has strong ties to the surrounding community along the Central Oregon Coast. As one of the largest employers in the area, Three Rivers provides resources and opportunities for both tribal and non-tribal members of the region. In addition to providing local jobs, Three Rivers has developed programs such as Community Cash, which rewards residents and tourists for shopping locally. It also sponsors local arts programs for both professional and children’s theater, and donates to dozens of local and regional non-profit organizations. It has become a pillar of community support; the philanthropic spirit of Three Rivers Casino is felt deeply on the Central Oregon Coast and statewide.

Three Rivers Casino & Hotel is able to spread the love locally and regionally due to its continued success, which has been achieved by providing an exceptional guest experience in every facet of the facility. A recipient of the Blue Heron Hospitality Award for commitment to outstanding guest service, Three Rivers has also received a number of awards for its food and entertainment offerings, including the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence and GreenLeader Gold-Level Award. Our commitment to guest service and environmentally-friendly operations, have made the facility stand out year after year—and not just to hospitality award organizations. Guests continually rave about their experience at Three Rivers Casino & Hotel, whether they’re just visiting for the day or staying for a week. Head over to our TripAdvisor page to read the guest reviews.

We take great pride in our local community and work hard with other businesses and organizations to promote Florence and the Central Oregon Coast as a destination. With top-rated golf, fishing, hiking, dining, shopping, fascinating history and stunning ocean views, Florence is a dream location for people of all ages looking to escape the day-to-day and have a great time. Read more about nearby attractions, here. For those considering a more permanent stay in Florence, it is also known as one of the best places in the country to retire.

The Confederated Tribes and Three Rivers Casino & Hotel are passionate about our home on the Central Oregon Coast. With pride and purpose, commitment and concern, we will continue to provide tribal and community members with an opportunity to showcase the many wonders of the land they fought so hard to preserve and are so willing to share.

The Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians

Aligned with the cultural traditions of the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians, Three Rivers Casino & Hotel is a direct reflection of our tribal values. We are honored to share a piece of our culture and history with our guests. Read more about The Confederation on our website,

While the history of Northwest Native Americans goes back at least eight millennia, first contact with Europeans began in the late 1700s when the welcoming people rowed out to the ships and traded meat for goods. By 1836, trade had reached such a level that the Hudson Bay Company established Fort Umpqua. Later, federal expansionist policies, with their failed treaties and broken promises, forced the tribes to continually move between 1856 and 1876. The Siuslaw River offered a haven of untouched land until even that land was taken by settlers in 1876.

In 1916, the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians was formed and began to wage a legal battle that took almost three-quarters of a century to settle. In 1984, CTCLUSI finally gained federal recognition and the restoration of some lands. Since that time, tribal members have worked tirelessly to improve the social and educational status of their people. One of the main enterprises in achieving this goal is Three Rivers Casino & Hotel.

The Three Rivers Foundation

In 2011, CTCLUSI and Three Rivers Casino & Hotel founded the Three Rivers Foundation with the goal of giving back to the community that has been so supportive. We believe that the land and the people are tied together; that we are interconnected. We support initiatives that will improve the lives, health, and happiness of Oregonians, as well as enrich our surrounding environment. Every year, the Three Rivers Foundation donates thousands of dollars in grants to non-profit organizations and projects both locally and state-wide.

Learn more about the Three Rivers Foundation, here, including information on how to apply for a grant and grant eligibility.

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