Paskenta Band Celebrate Expansion of Tribe’s Northern California Casino

Rolling Hills Casino expansion
Rolling Hills Casino expansion

A northern California tribe celebrated the conclusion of a casino expansion project with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday. Steve Neely, general manager of the Rolling Hills Casino and Resort, applauds on the stage as the northern California casino operated by the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians celebrated the grand opening of its casino expansion Thursday. (Image: Rolling Hills Casino and Resort) The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians gathered with leaders from Tehama County and Corning for the event at the Rolling Hills Casino and Resort, located 110 miles north of Sacramento. The expansion added 60,000 square feet to the gaming floor and 30,000 square feet in event space.

Tribal leaders broke ground on the multi-million expansion in 2019, coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the federal government’s formal recognition of the nation.

The expansion increased the casino floor by 40 percent, creating space for 10 new table games and a high-limit area with 80 high-denomination slot machines.

Rolling Hills is one of 66 casinos operated by tribal nations in California , and the casinos are located in 28 of the state’s 58 counties. Expansion Includes New Dining Options, Distillery

Besides the added gaming seats, the Rolling Hills expansion project also included a thorough remodeling of the resort’s interior and exterior as well as upgrades to the rooms at the resort. Rolling Hills has both an inn and a lodge at the facility.

New dining options at Rolling Hills include a Fatburger, 628 Steakhouse – an upscale restaurant, Rock & Brews, and the sports-themed Center […]

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