Posted on Friday, August 2, 2013 - 12:00
Even though we all love cozying up in a warm hotel room when you’re staying away from home, nothing says “Oregonian” quite like roughing it at a local campsite. And as Oregonians, we are lucky to have plenty of great camping areas, in the midst of recreation and natural beauty across the state.
In case you don’t have time to pick up a copy of Camping for Dummies, we’ve created a foolproof guide... Continue Reading
Posted on Friday, July 26, 2013 - 13:19
When you’re walking by a craps table in a casino, you might feel like you’ve stepped into a scene from The Hangover. Shouts, laughs and high fives are all typical behaviors of craps players when the dice are hot. But don’t be intimidated by the high energy if you’ve never played—in a game of craps, the only thing greater than the excitement is the sense of community as players win together, lose... Continue Reading
Posted on Friday, July 19, 2013 - 17:17
The Oregon coast is for fun activities of all kinds for the whole family. But one activity that you won’t want to miss is crabbing.
The Oregon coast is the perfect location for crabbing nearly all-year round, except mid-October through November when the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife closes the season.
Before you go, you’ll need a shellfish license for everyone age 14 and older. And you’... Continue Reading
Posted on Friday, July 12, 2013 - 12:15
The most popular game in the United States, and one that we love here at Three Rivers Casino, is blackjack. Blackjack is also known as 21—the magic number of this game. Read on to find out why as you learn how to play blackjack.
For many people, blackjack is more fun than other casino games because the chances of winning are higher—even for players without much experience. As long as you know a... Continue Reading
Posted on Wednesday, July 3, 2013 - 14:41
Lions and tigers and bears—oh my!
The Oregon coast isn’t just about beaches—it’s also a great place to see wildlife away from the water. The West Coast Game Park Safari allows you to walk amongst free-roaming wildlife that you can see and often pet, too.
It’s Oregon’s largest self-supporting wildlife attraction, and is a home to lions, bears, camels, leopards and zebras, among many more! The... Continue Reading