Dining, Shopping, & Entertainment


Citizen Potawatomi Nation operates two casinos, as well as multiple entertainment venues, retail shops, fuel and convenience stores, golf courses, museums and hotels. Visit one of our entertainment destinations for an evening out or a day of family fun.

Opened in 2006 as Grand Casino, Pottawatomie County’s premier gaming destination includes 2,000 of the latest in Vegas-style slots, various table games and Oklahoma’s only Keno lounge on its 125,000 square feet of gaming space.

In 2014, a “Grand” expansion took place with the addition of a 14-story luxury hotel tower, dining selections such as Flame Brazilian Steakhouse and Grand Café, as well as longtime staples The Grand Buffet and The Grand Stand Sports Grille. The added Grand Event Center hosts top-name entertainers, sporting events and conferences for all business and professional sectors, making Grand Casino Hotel and Resort the premier destination for work and play, located just a few minutes’ drive from Oklahoma City.

The casino is located on Interstate 40 at exit 178.


FireLake Arena offers 5,000 seats and more than 52,000 square feet of event space for concerts, conventions and community events. Whether it is cold or hot outside, the arena’s geothermal heating and cooling system allows for a comfortable setting regardless of the number of attendees inside.

Since its opening in early 2014, FireLake Arena has become one of central Oklahoma’s most popular venues for events of all kinds. It regularly hosts sporting events, including MMA and boxing, the Professional Bowlers Association Tournament of Champions, roller derbies and is also available to host basketball and volleyball tournaments.

If you're looking for entertainment FireLake Arena has hosted concert headliners such as ZZ Top, Brett Eldredge and Lee Brice. The venue's extra-wide concert chairs and Jumbotron screens allow for the best show views, regardless of location.

It’s not all bright lights though, as FireLake Arena’s vast floor space and facilities provide an excellent venue in which to host trade and exhibition shows. With a dedicated crew of electricians, plumbing and heating, venting and air conditioning specialists on call, connections for approved utilities can be arranged for your event's needs.

Tickets can be purchased at www.FireLakeArena.com or by calling FireLake Box Office at (405) 273-1637.


FireLake is home to the most dynamic and exciting slot action with a slot floor featuring more than 700 electronic games and a variety of table games, including blackjack, three-card poker, ultimate Texas Hold’em and flop poker.

The famous FireLake Bingo Parlor, now in its third decade of operation, offers eight weekly sessions for longtime customers and newcomers alike. No matter what day of the week it is, FireLake has specials going. Whether it’s Hot Slots, Bonus Play Wednesday or Sizzlin’ Seniors, FireLake Casino is ready for you to play!

Those who are famished can take a break from the action on the floor. FireLake Casino is home to The Bistro, where burgers, chicken-fried steaks and Mexican dishes are just a few of the many offerings. After dinner, head over to Lucky Bar & Grill to sample some of our drink specials.

The casino is also within a minute’s walk of FireLake Pizza, FireLake Fry Bread Taco and FireLake Bowling Center’s Subway sandwich restaurant, giving guests a variety of dining choices while they play.


FireLake Golf Course is rated in the top 10 of daily fee golf courses in Oklahoma. The challenging course offers tight fairways, lined with pecan trees, native grasses and lots of water. Water comes into play on 15 of the 18 holes, featuring 11 lakes or ponds and a creek that runs through the middle of the course.

The greens, which have been converted to Champion Bermuda, average about 8,000 square feet in size with lots of undulations. The golf course's amenities include a putting green, driving range, snack bar, restaurant and golf shop.

FireLake Golf Course is opened year-round, weather permitting, with the exception of Christmas. Green fees are $20, or $30 with cart rental. Discounted annual memberships are available to tribal members.


FireLake Bowling Center is more than a bowling alley, with pro shop, bar, Redemption Arcade Game Room and two eateries, FireLake Bowling Center Snack Bar and Subway sandwich restaurant.

For the recreational bowler, Fridays and Saturdays are the time to be at FireLake when, from 9 p.m. to midnight, the lights go down and Extreme Bowl takes over. Three hours of bowling to the latest dance hits under black lights are what places like FireLake were made for.

FireLake Bowling Center hosts numerous professional, collegiate and high school bowling tournaments throughout the year in addition to its United States Bowling Congress (USBC)-sanctioned weeknight leagues and amateur tournaments. This family-friendly entertainment destination is a must-see year-round, whether you’re trying to beat that Oklahoma summer or get out of those biting north winds in the winter.

The upgraded Redemption Arcade features more than 25 games ranging from traditional state fair-style prize games to a laser maze, sports simulator and more.

The bowling center also hosts birthday parties, corporate events and fundraisers for local charities year-round, making it a perfect place to meet on the lanes, no matter what your age.


Since opening in March 2012, FireLake Ball Fields has continuously exceeded expectations. In its first year alone, FireLake hosted more than 20 events during the softball and baseball season, from T-ball to high school competitions.

The venue has developed into the premier destination for numerous high school softball state tournament competitions due to its high-quality facilities and central location. It has hosted the USSSA World Series and Jim Thorpe All Indian Games as well as numerous collegiate competitions.

During the height the spring, summer and fall seasons, every weekend is booked up for tournaments, drawing teams, parents and families from across the country. Teams interested in playing at FireLake should contact director Kelly Reavis at (405) 585-3855 or email kelly.reavis@potawatomi.org.


Housed in the Citizen Potawatomi Nation Cultural Heritage Center, Citizen Potawatomi Gift Shop features a variety of exquisite Native American arts including handcrafted beadwork, jewelry, clothing, featherwork, flutes, books, art and Pendleton Woolen Mills products.

Additionally, seed beads, cut beads, chainette fringe, and American Brand wool broadcloth are available. FireLake staff are knowledgeable about many practices and traditions of numerous Native American tribal nations, and the shop's prime location inside Citizen Potawatomi’s museum and cultural heritage center provides ample opportunity for further exploration of the history behind the products.

Online shopping is available for those too far away for a visit, with monthly specials running throughout the year. Whether you’re searching for regalia to add to your powwow preparations or a holiday present for the family, Citizen Potawatomi Gift Shop is the first and last stop in your shopping search for Native American gifts.


Christened FireLake Designs in 2007, this Citizen Potawatomi Nation-owned enterprise conceptualizes designs and creates the vast majority of products used by the tribe and its employees and major events. Screen printing T-shirts, sweatshirts, banners and signs, FireLake Designs’ quality products are on constant display throughout Pottawatomie County and central Oklahoma. With three top-of-the-line printers, FireLake can create garments, decals, banners, posters, floor graphics and embroidery.

In 2014, FireLake Designs opened a storefront office on S. Gordon Cooper Drive, just south of the North Canadian River between the City of Shawnee and Citizen Potawatomi Nation tribal headquarters. The commercial storefront is a prime location for tribal and nontribal customers alike to view samples, place orders and purchase FireLake’s numerous products.

In 2016, FireLake Designs introduced the new store-front boutique. Offering an expansive selection of trendy apparel, purses and accessories including native-inspired jewelry and fashion, you are sure to find something you love. FireLake Designs can now provide endless options on promotional items as well. These items are searchable at firelakedesigns.com


KGFF Radio, a broadcast service of Citizen Potawatomi Nation, is “Classic Hits KGFF” at 100.9-FM and 1450-AM.

Whether you are on the go or listening at work or home, KGFF is your community radio station.

KGFF Radio began broadcasting from Shawnee’s historic Aldridge Hotel in 1930 and has served the Shawnee and Pottawatomie County area since. Purchased by Citizen Potawatomi Nation in 1998 and with studios located inside the FireLake Discount Foods building, KGFF offers music, news, weather, traffic, contests, giveaways and sports 24 hours a day.

KGFF is the voice of Shawnee High School Wolves and Lady Wolves athletics, providing live coverage throughout the school year, plus live play-by-play coverage of Oklahoma Baptist University, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University and St. Louis Cardinals baseball.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and on our website: kgff.com


One of the latest eateries to open in the tribal complex, FireLake Pizza is contemporary version of an Italian eatery, reminding customers of a fast-casual restaurant more than a pizza place. Customers can build their own personal-sized pizza using the fresh ingredients they choose, creating an easy meal that is tasty whether you’re dining in or heading out on the road.

Located in the same building as FireLake Discount Foods and Frybread Taco, the restaurant is within a minute’s walk of FireLake Casino, FireLake Arena, FireLake Bowling Center and FireLake Ball Fields.


It’s not just available at the state fair and powwows anymore, because this latest Citizen Potawatomi Nation enterprise sells fry bread year-round.

FireLake Fry Bread Taco offers various varieties of the powwow staple using recipes from our own CPN members.

Located next door to FireLake Discount Foods and FireLake Pizza, this unique Indian Country restaurant is within a minute’s walk of our casino, arena, bowling center and ball fields.