Downstream Casino Resort

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(owned/managed by Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma)
69300 East Nee Road
Quapaw, OK 74363
Toll-Free: (888) 396-7876
Local: (918) 919-6000

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Downstream Casino Resort is located in Quapaw, Oklahoma, and is an Indian-owned hotel-casino with 222 guest rooms and over 70,000 square feet dedicated to casino gambling. With 30 table games featuring classic blackjack as well as a live poker room, and more than 2000 slot machines, Downstream Casino Resort is also home to six restaurants and bars.

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