Muckleshoot Casino opened in April 1995 and is owned and operated by the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe.PutMuckleshoot Casino into our Auburn journey planning app and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
We offer more than 3,100 video gaming machines ranging from poker machines to Progressives paying up to the millions! We also feature the largest non-smoking gaming facility in Washington State so all non-smokers can breathe easy.
Experience all that Muckleshoot Casino has to offer with our Players Club card, a free membership that earns you points each time you play!
Muckleshoot Casino reviews
I took my wife to 8 Asian cuisine for dinner for her birthday and it was SO GOOD! I highly recommend this place for a couple on a date or even a group, the service is great, super fast and the food is delicious! The summer rolls were fresh and the peanut sauce was perfect, the calamari was SO GOOD! The perfect combination of sweet and crisp with just a hint of heat, very satisfying!
I'm not old enough to gamble with the machines but the buffet is great for people of all ages. From Asian cuisine to pot roast and prime rib the food is amazing. The most popular dish is the fresh cooked crab. Highly recommend to everyone.
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