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Welcome to Montana's Finest Gaming Destination

We host Montana’s largest and most exciting linked progressive jackpots. With over 300 slot machines, you could walk away with hundreds of thousands of dollars on Rocket, Cadillac Jack, and VGT Gaming. Be sure to check out our Ace’s High Poker Room and Blackfeet Bingo!

Glacier Peaks offers more than just gaming. The Jackpot Restaurant and Lucky’s Lounge offer a variety of food and drinks to please any palate.

We are located West of the Junction of Hwy 2 and 89 West.

When visiting the area, be sure to check out some of our great local attractions. All are just a short distance from the casino.
Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park was designated our nation's 10th national park on May 11, 1910. The story of Glacier's past, present, and future is one shared by many diverse cultures and people.

Glacier National Park recently commemorated its 100th anniversary! Throughout our centennial we invited everyone to explore its land and discover the relevance and meaning of its million acres to their life.

Glacier Peaks Casino and Browing, MT are located just 13 miles east of East Glacier Park.

Museum of the Plains Indian
The Museum of the Plains Indian

The Museum of the Plains Indian exhibits the creative achievements of Native American artists and craftspeople of the United States. A permanent exhibit presents the rich diversity of historic arts of the tribal peoples of the Northern Plains, and two special exhibition galleries are devoted to changing presentations promoting the creative works of outstanding talented contemporary Native American artists and craftspeople.

Click here for more Blackfeet Nation info

North American Indian Days
65th Annual North American Indian Days Celebration - July 7th - 10th, 2016.

Glacier Peaks Casino is located next to the North American Indian Days celebration in Browning, Montana. NAID is held the 2nd week in July for four days and is an intriguing way to see authentic Blackfeet traditions. The celebration includes traditional singing, dance and drum contests, and much more. The public is always welcome to enjoy the festivities.

Click here to learn more about NAID