Station Casinos Announces Details For New Wildfire Casino Coming Soon To Fremont Area

The all-new Wildfire location will feature gaming and sports betting experiences alongside IHOP and Tacos El Pastor Dining Options
Rendering: Official

Station Casinos unveils plans for its new Wildfire Casino location on Fremont. The new casino destination, set to open in early February, will offer guests gaming options, an STN Sports book, and food outlets IHOP and Tacos El Pastor. Today, crews installed exterior signage on the building as it quickly takes shape in the rapidly growing downtown neighborhood.

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The all-new 21,000-square-foot casino will feature over 200 of the latest and most popular slot machines, plus bar-top gaming and electronic table games. In addition to a bar, Wildfire Casino will feature an STN Sportsbook for prime sports viewing and will serve as a location for account activation, over-the-counter, and kiosk wagering. Along with a heightened gaming experience Wildfire will feature food offerings IHOP and local Mexican eatery Tacos El Pastor.

As with all Station Casinos properties around the valley, Wildfire will offer its guests free parking and the connectivity of the Boarding Pass network.

“This Wildfire, just like all Wildfire properties, is going to be a great addition to the neighborhood, and everyone who walks through the doors will enjoy the friendly environment of this new neighborhood casino,” said Joel Hampe in a statement. General Manager and Vice President of Wildfire Gaming. “This Wildfire will offer our guests a new and elevated experience that they will love.”

The new Wildfire is located at 2700 Fremont and is set to open in early February 2023.

Lisa Hay

Lisa is a staff reporter for What Now Media Group. She covers new restaurant, retail, and real estate openings across all of our markets. A true foodie, this Air Force veteran has lived all over the world — from Aviano, Italy to Nairobi, Kenya — but her favorite spot is NOLA for its rich history, architecture, culture, and of course, its good eats.
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