In 2010, the casino completed construction of a truck stop aimed at utilizing the north/south trucking traffic along U.S. Route 97. It includes two covered fueling stations and a small food mart. The truck stop was largely built with Klamath Tribal labor from the nearby town of Chiloquin, Oregon.
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- Kla-Mo-Ya Casino (official website)
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