Skokomish Tribal Businesses
The Luck Dog Casino
The Lucky Dog Casino offers all the newest slot machines, table games, a full-service restaurant and cocktail lounge, and a non-smoking section. The Casino is located north of Shelton at 19330 North Highway 101.
Phone: (360) 877- 5656
Twin Totems Grocery and Deli
This convenience store specializes in discount cigarettes of all makes and brands. It is located on North Highway 101, just north of the Skokomish Tribe’s Lucky Dog Casino. Stop by for fuel, groceries, tobacco products, deli items, and a variety of pastries, snacks and beverages. Open 7 days a week from 5AM to Midnight (360) 427- 9099.
The Waterfront at Potlatch
The Waterfront at Potlatch offers a wide variety of top quality Hood Canal Lodgings including king studio suites, king and double queen junior suite rooms, one and two bedroom deluxe cabin vacation homes, and spacious Hood Canal RV park sites. All on 450 feet of no-bank waterfront. Amenities include cable TV, wireless internet access, and the only 50 AMP RV sites on Hood Canal.
All of our Hood Canal cabins, Hood Canal Motel suites, and Hood Canal RV park sites are on the waterfront and feature incredible views and amazing sun rises. Make your reservations on-line or call us at (360) 877- 9422.
Located at: 21660 N. US Highway 101 Potlatch, WA 98584
Surrounding Skokomish Reservation and Mason County Economy
The Skokomish Indian Reservation is situated on a major link to the most frequently traveled tourist and recreation areas within Washington State. Within 15 miles of the Skokomish Nation are some of Mason County’s most popular scenic wonders and tourist areas. The southern Puget Sound region, along with the Skokomish Nation’s economy, has continued to steadily diversify over the past several decades, resulting in a healthy climate for business investment and development.
The Skokomish Indian Nation, located in Mason County Washington, claims the southeast corner of Olympic National Park as well as a large chunk of the Olympic National Forest. Two hundred and seventy-five (275) square miles of Mason County’s land (28%) are in either the National Park or National Forest. The Skokomish Nation is well situated in this region to provide both goods and services to the hundreds of thousands of travelers annually who use either state Highway 101 or 106 for through travel or to access the multitude of camping and recreational opportunities to be found in this richly diverse geography.