Aseneskak Casino

Highway 10 North, The Pas, Opaskwayak, Manitoba, R0B 2J0 - Map
Casino Group
A consortium of 6 First nations
Opening Hours
11am-2am (Sun-Wed), 11am-3am (Thurs-Sat)
Casino Games
  • Baccarat
  • Blackjack
  • Multi Player Poker
  • Pai Gow
  • Roulette
  • Slots
  • Three Card Poker

The Aseneskak Casino is a 20,000 square foot gaming space in Opaskwayak Cree Nation in Manitoba in the Northern Region about 630 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg and about 40 kilometres from the border of Saskatchewan. From the moment you walk through the door of the Aseneskak Casino you will be immersed in a decorative setting that is rich in First Nations culture and artwork. Located on Highway 10 north of The Pas, in the Community of Opaskwayak, the Aseneskak Casino is easy to find and can be accessed by road, air and rail. Drivers visiting from the south should head north through The Pas and take the Bignell Bridge, which brings you immediately to Opaskwayak. From the north, you can also access the casino by driving south on Highway 10. The Opaskwayak business section will appear just before The Pas, with the Casino being the first of several buildings. Opaskwayak is also serviced by rail which extends to The Pas. The Pas airport is about 36 kilometers north of the casino – a 40 minute drive andthere is a large free parking area at the casino.

Aseneskak Casino has Stay & Play packages with the 3.5 star Kikiwak Inn and the Wescana Inn which include coupons to enjoy the amenities of the casino. Super 8 hotel is also close and the casino has a shuttle to and from these hotels. There are other hotels in the vicinity including Carpenter’s Clearwater Lodge.

In the casino you will find 172 multi denominational machines on their redesigned gaming floor. Table games include Blackjack, Three Card Poker, Pai Gow Poker and Roulette and if you are a fan of Texas Hold ’em, they hold tournaments starting at 6.00pm on Wednesdays as well as Saturdays starting at 6.30pm. Live bingo is also played at the casino. The Aseneskak Casino contains a restaurant/lounge decorated with a distinctive First Nations theme. Along with regular menu items and daily specials, The Eagle’s Nest Restaurant serves a variety of snacks and appetizers whilst the casino also features live entertainment.