Treasure Valley Casino

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Treasure Valley Casino
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Location Davis, Oklahoma
Address 12252 Ruppe Rd, Davis, OK 73030
Opening dateJuly 2003
No. of rooms59
Total gaming space19,666 sq ft (1,827.0 m2)
Notable restaurantsMain Street Restaurant, The Cove
Casino typeLand-based
OwnerChickasaw Nation of Oklahoma
Coordinates34°30′32″N 97°10′19″W / 34.50889°N 97.17194°W / 34.50889; -97.17194Coordinates: 34°30′32″N 97°10′19″W / 34.50889°N 97.17194°W / 34.50889; -97.17194
Websitehttp://www.treasurevalleycasino.com/

Treasure Valley is a Native American casino located in the Arbuckle Mountains of Davis, Oklahoma in the south-central part of the state. Owned and operated by the Chickasaw Nation, the gaming center was opened in July 2003.[1][2] The Inn at Treasure Valley is a 59-room hotel[3] has an indoor swimming pool and jacuzzi, continental breakfast, exercise room and dry sauna, as well as four conference rooms.[4] Overlooking the Washita River Valley and located along Interstate-35 and Highway 7 at Exit 55,[2] the 19,666 sq ft (1,827.0 m2)[5] Treasure Valley Casino is near several other key attractions in the area. It is 5.5 miles from Turner Falls and the Arbuckle Wilderness Exotic Animal Theme Park, and 13 miles from the Chickasaw Cultural Center. Treasure Valley is approximately 55 miles south of Norman, Oklahoma which is home to the Nation's sister gaming facility, Riverwind Casino, and 50 miles north of WinStar World Casino in Thackerville, Oklahoma.[6]

Games[edit]

The gaming center draws more than 130,000[citation needed] customers annually and has 400 gaming machines[1] as well as tables for Blackjack, Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em and 3-card Poker.

A view of the card tables inside the casino.
A view inside the casino.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Treasure Valley Casino at Casino City
  2. ^ a b Treasure Valley Casino Gaming Center at Davis Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce Online
  3. ^ Bourie, Steve, Curtis, Anthony and Dancer, Bob, "Treasure Valley Gaming Center", American Casino Guide, 2005, p 326
  4. ^ Treasure Valley Casino at 500 Nations
  5. ^ Treasure Valley Casino, ardmore.org
  6. ^ Casinos Near Treasure Valley Casino at Casino City

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