Ancestral Homelands

For time immemorial, the Spokane Tribe of Indians have inhabited, protected and respected our ancestral homelands of approximately three million acres. Originally, we lived along the Spokane River in three bands known as the Upper, Middle and Lower Spokane Indians. Members hunted, fished, and collected roots and berries to feed their families throughout the seasons. For many generations, Spokane Tribal families relied on the river waterways for nourishment, medicinal and spiritual purposes, with the grand Spokane Falls a gathering place for many Spokane Tribal Ancestors. Now the Spokane Tribe shares this gathering place--and the name of our Tribe itself--with modern, thriving Spokane County and the City of Spokane. Welcome to our ancestral homelands.

Spokane Tribe Casino FAQs

We had an amazing time during the Spokane County Fair! While visiting with our Spokane Tribe Casino friends we heard a lot of positive feedback and a lot of...

Spokane Tribe Media Statement,

Spokane Tribe Media Statement,

Media Release Contact: Jamie Sijohn (509) 456-8640 Jamie@bhw1.com SPOKANE TRIBE ECONOMIC PROJECT (Airway Heights, WA June 21, 2017) Construction on the Spokane Tribe Casino continues despite a lawsuit filed by the Spokane County...

A Letter from the Friends of

Friends of STEPJune 21, 2017An Open Letter to the Residents of Spokane County (Airway Heights, WA) The Cheney Free Press on June 15, 2017 printed an editorial regarding the recent lawsuits filed by Spokane County Commissioners and the...

Spokane Tribe Media Release

June 8, 2017

SPOKANE TRIBE CASINO MEDIA

May 31, 2017