According to the 2020 Census, Indian Springs, Nevada has a population of 832.
From 1985 to 2014, there was a land-based casino named after the city. The Indian Springs Hotel and Casino had blackjack, poker and slot machines. Reportedly, before it closed, there were 60 slot machines. The resort also had an RV Park, a 24-hour lounge, 99 cent shrimp cocktail and an arcade.
Today, in Indian Springs, Nevada, there is a Terrible’s Casino. It is exclusively slot machines.
During its existence, Indian Springs Hotel and Casino had some very cool casino chips. You can purchase each chip by clicking the picture below:
Indian Springs $5 and $25 Chips from 1985
Indian Springs $5 and $25 Chips from 1987
2000 Olympics $5 Chip Gold Medal Moe $5 Chip
Grand Slam Moe $5 Chip Marathon Moe $5 Chip
Millennium Moe $5 Chip Moe for Prez $5 Chip
$5 1988 Chip Welcome Home Moe $5 Chip
$5 Winter Games $25 Gold Medal Moe
Grand Slam Moe $25 Marathon Moe $25
Millennium Moe $25 Moe for Prez $25