Cahuilla Band of Indians

Qawishpa Cahuillangnah Information

The Qawishpa Cahuillangnah–Mountain Cahuilla – known as the Cahuilla Band of Indians, historically lived in the mountainous regions of the Coachella Valley. The sovereignty of the Tribe was recognized by the federal government in 1875. They are located near the Town of Anza on 20,000 acres in the pine-covered Cahuilla Mountains south of the San Jacinto Mountains. It is believed that the Tribe’s first European contact was with Juan Bautista de Anza in 1774 during his first overland expedition. Today, the Cahuilla Band of Indians has several enterprises in the picturesque foothills of the Cahuilla Mountains. Cahuilla Casino Hotel rooms offer LCD TV with premium channels, complimentary coffee and tea and an IHome clock radio with a charging station. In addition to gaming, the Hotel offers dining at the Ribbonwood Grill features down-to-earth, home-cooked recipes specializing in burgers, steaks and sandwiches. Next to the Cahuilla Casino Hotel, the always-open Mountain Sky Travel Center has a convenience store, hot pizza, hot dogs and chicken, charging stations and discounted fuel prices. Nearby attractions include hiking trails in the Santa Rosa Mountains and outdoor recreation opportunities such as fishing and golfing. Whether you're seeking adventure in the great outdoors or relaxation in a luxurious setting, Cahuilla Casino Hotel welcomes you to experience the best of California's landscapes and hospitality.

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  • 951-763-5549
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