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Located two miles east of Shea Boulevard and off Highway 87 this casino is a Native American casino in Fountain Hills, Arizona. The 150,000 square foot casino features 475 slots. The property has four restaurants.

Fort McDowell's offers free instructional classes, huge jackpots, monthly and year-long tournaments and 24 hour table-side food service.

Join the Fort's exclusive members club. Members earn cash for playing plus other perks when they play any of the 475 slot machines, Bingo and card games.

The casino is open 24 hours a day and free transportation to the casino is available.

Location: PO Box 18359, Fountain Hills Arizona 85269 Telephone 602-843-3678 Toll Free: 800-842-3678

Other Gambling nearby:
(Fountain Hills) Fort McDowell Casino
(Chandler) Gila River Casinos
(Phoenix) Turf Paradise Race Course

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