Fire Rock Navajo Casino

  Indian-Owned  
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(owned/managed by Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise)
(online job application information)
249 East NM 118
Church Rock, NM 87311
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Toll-Free: (866) 941-2444
Local: (505) 905-7100
Fax: (505) 905-7199

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Fire Rock Navajo Casino is located in Church Rock, New Mexico, and is an Indian-owned casino with over 64,000 square feet dedicated to casino gambling. With ten table games featuring classic blackjack as well as a live poker room, and more than 472 slot machines, Fire Rock Navajo Casino is also home to two restaurants.

Website:

www.firerocknavajocasino.com
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Restaurants:
Asian Noodle Bar (Asian)
Chei's Grill (American)

Table Games

:
Blackjack
.

Card Room

: more info

Slots Options

:
Slot Machines
.

Hall/Lounge Games

:
Bingo
.

 
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