The Bear River Pump and Pay

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The Bear River Pump and Pay
The Bear River Pump and Pay


Bear River Pump and Play is a Native American Casino in Loleta, California. The casino’s gaming space features thirty-two gaming machines and Electronic Table Games – 1 seat

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Bear River Casino features the most generous slots on the North Coast with plenty of Big Jackpots, Bonus Games and special features for your entertainment! If you prefer Table Games, try your luck on the only Live Craps and Roulette games on the North Coast.

General Info

Address: 27 Bear River Dr., Loleta CA 95551

Phone: (707)7331900


Tribal Nation: Bear River Band of Rohnerville

Business Hours: Open daily 24 hours Unabridged
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