Catawba Indian Nation
is the only federally recognized tribe in South Carolina. It owns a
700-acre reservation in York County.
In 1993 the tribe signed a settlement agreement with the state to operate two
Indian bingo halls. A high stakes bingo parlor was built in the old Rock
Hill Mall on Cherry Road in 1997. It was profitable for a time, but
revenues dropped after the state introduced the lottery in 2002. The tribe
claims their profits fell 60 percent and closed its operation in 2006.
In 2014 the tribe leased a new site for a bingo hall located in the Bi-Lo
building in the Northeast Plaza Shopping Center. Renovation began in March 2013
to prepare for a grand opening sometime in mid-2014.
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