By far the king of NE Ok. casinos. Parking is good and there is a veteran parking area that is almost as close as handicapped drawing high praise from this disabled vet. Always having events or concerts with a big event center and often outdoor concerts. All the bells and whistles you could ask for. Dinning is first rate and reasonably priced. Comps are decent but hard to reach higher comp levels then most places prolly due to someones gotta pay for all that flashiness lol. I have found it hard to reserve comp rooms without a few weeks notice, I tend to be spontaneous so we don't see eye to eye there.... Far and away the best slot selection pretty much anywhere ( they boast 2500 machines, I ain't countin them ) and its easy to find your game open somewhere on the floor. I like that for the most part the games are distributed throughout the casino in a way that you can find your machine in several locations and not be pinned to a particular area. Two high roller rooms and both are attended well. Band is rather loud on weekends but easily avoidable if it's too much for your ears or taste. Drinks are a little on the rare side as it seems staff can't keep up with the crowd and adult drinks are ok. Seems like when we go there the games either eat the money out of your pockets or you do ok, more often the former. I have been handpayed well here but I've spent a ton too. It's very streaky and I honestly go more for the comps then the action.
My wife and I meet friends here once a month, halfway between their KS home and ours in OK. Downstream is very generous with free rooms, and with meal coupons. Plus veterans, military as well as fire/police, get half price dining at all times. Spring River buffet is good. Buffalo Grill serves fabulous buffet breakfasts. Rooms are nice, as are the indoor/outdoor swimming pools. As a video poker player, I can find better pay tables elsewhere. You'll lose more often than win, but slowly if you play skillfully, and the entertainment value plus all the other great features of the Downstream make it worth a visit. Check out the Native American artifacts on display, too - a very good collection, including prehistoric implements.
My favorite place to gamble. Rooms are very nice even though I'm not in it very much. Have my favorite slots and see more people win including me. staff is friendly. Only thing, the food is not the best. Can use your points to buy gas, food even in gift shop.
Well the casino is at it again with building a new hotel plus a spa and all sorts of new goodies, however when i go in to play it seems like i am paying for this hotel addition. I have taken in over 500.00 on random days and not as much just to kill time or play some slots an games and there has been a severe lack of game play. I did luck out and win 180.00, but its still not pleasing to go into.
The casino has finally got the cleaning ladies running around better taking all the trash, cups, cigs, and everything out of the way and even wiping down the machines and stands, so thats a big plus. Bathrooms are more kept up as well. the food is still good and always has been. Sucks they dont have self serve drink machines, but waiting for a lady to come around AND SEE YOU, is like waiting for an oil change to be done.