Nation | Tribe: Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation
Brooks, California 95606-0065
(530) 796-3118 - General Information
(800) 992-8686 - Toll Free
(888) 77-CACHE - Hotel Reservations
(833) 287-8622 - Bus Service Info (Cache Creek Casino Direct)
Cache Creek Casino is an Indian gaming casino owned by the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation. The casino is located off Hwy 16 in Brooks, California about 40 miles west of Sacramento and 68 miles from San Francisco. Cache Creek Casino opened in 2004. The casino features 2,700 slot machines, 120 table games and a poker room. The hotel has two towers with a total of 649 rooms.
On June 1, 2017 Cache Creek broke ground on a second hotel tower and renovation of the casino. The project was competed in Feb 2021. The new hotel tower features 459 guest rooms, an event center, more meeting rooms, a ballroom and new restaurants. See Story
Open 24 hours daily
74,720 square-foot casino
2,700 slot machines - 200 in non-smoking area.
120 table games
Includes Blackjack, Pai Gow poker, Mini-Baccarat, etc
High Stakes Table Area with a full-service bar and VIP casino cage
Poker Room - 14 tables
Enso Sushi - Sushi
C2 Steak & Seafood - Steakhouse
Chang Shou - Asian
Asian Kitchen - quick food
Canyon Cafe - casual
The Deli - Salads & sandwiches
Loco Express - Mexican
Bahtenta Grill - at Yocha Dehe Golf Club
Tower 1: Four-star hotel with 200-room luxury hotel, day spa, gym, swimming pool and golf course.
Tower 2: New second tower opened end of 2020 with 459 rooms, a new restaurant, pool, ballroom and more meeting space.
Hotel Reservations: (888) 77-CACHE
Yocha Dehe Golf Club
From the Bay Area: Take Interstate 80 East to Interstate 505 North. Go approximately 20 miles, exit on Highway 16/Esparto, turn left at the light. Follow Highway 16 through Esparto, Capay and on to Cache Creek Casino Resort.
From Sacramento: Take Interstate 5 North through Woodland to the Esparto/Highway 16 exit. Turn left, then travel three miles to first stoplight. Turn right onto Highway 16, follow through the towns of Esparto and Capay and on to Cache Creek Casino Resort.
April 7, 2022
Cache Creek Casino Resort and the San Francisco Giants announced a new partnership agreement last week. To commemorate the event Cache Creek is minting a limited-edition Giants chip for its table games.
"We are proud to bring this partnership to the fans of both the San Francisco Giants and Cache Creek Casino Resort. Both organizations have a long history of community engagement and strive to give guests winning moments. This partnership is a home run for both the Giants and the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation."
- Kari Stout-Smith, COO/GM Cache Cree
Cache Club members and casino employees will also have special pricing for 2022 Giant games. Additional promotions will be announced on Cache Creek Casino and the Giants' social media channels.
September 6, 2021
In a press release Aug. 31, the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation announced a decision to delay plans for the grand opening celebration of the $180 million Cache Creek casino renovation and hotel expansion. The celebration was planned for this month, but is now postponed until further notice due to new health and safety concerns about COVID-19.
The renovated casino and the expanded hotel remain open including the new dining venues, C2 Steak & Seafood and Enso Sushi. The new 1,300-seat event center is closed and the concerts scheduled for Train, the Beach Boys, Clint Black, and Boyz II Men are postponed.
August 7, 2021
The San Francisco 49ers and Cache Creek Casino Resort extended their two-year partnership this week and unveiled the new Cache Creek Club at Levi Stadium. The club comprises 1,400 square feet on the field level under the north end of the stadium. Ticket holders of north end zone field seats will have exclusive access to the club.
Cache Creek Club at Levi's Stadium will officially open next week when the NFL preseason kicks off August 14th. The San Francisco 49ers will play the Kansas City Chiefs.
March 2, 2021
Cache Creek Casino Resort in Brooks, California has completed its $180 million casino renovation and hotel expansion. The new construction adds 450,000 square feet to Cache Creek Casino Resort including a new South Tower with 459 rooms and suites, a pool complex, new restaurants, meeting spaces and an event center.
"Architecturally, the exterior design fits seamlessly within its idyllic setting and is a fresh take on the California Mission-style aesthetic reflected in the four-diamond resort property."
- Nathan Peak, Design Director HBG Design
Cache Creek opened the South Tower to guests at the end of 2020. Since then the following additions have also opened:
New Dining Venues
C2 Steak & Seafood - This is a 182-seat steakhouse.
Enso Sushi - This is a 40 seat sushi bar.
16 West Bar and Lounge - This is a 32 seat lobby bar.
Event Center & Meeting Space
The new event center can seat up to 1,300 or can be divided into five rooms for smaller groups.
The South Tower Hotel has a 360-seat junior ballroom and meeting rooms.
May 29, 2020
Cache Creek Casino Resort will reopen June 8 at noon. All guests and workers will be required to wear masks and pass a temperature check when entering. Slots and table games will be limited for social distancing. Poker will be temporarily suspended. Harvest Buffet, buses and valet service are also suspended.
Video courtesy of Cache Creek Casino Resort.
January 30, 2020
Cache Creek Casino Resort began a new motorcoach service Jan. 20 named "Cache Creek Casino Direct" to provide daily rides to and from 23 cities in the greater Bay Area.
Interested riders can select a pick-up location and reserve a seat at cachecreekcasinodirect.com. All riders must be 21 or older and a Cache Club Member with valid photo ID. Non-members can join for free upon arrival at the casino.
The Bay Area cities served by Cache Creek Casino Direct are Alameda, Antioch, Concord, Daly City, Fairfield, Hayward, Hercules, Millbrae, Milpitas, Newark, Oakland Chinatown, Pittsburg, Redwood City, Richmond, San Bruno, San Francisco, San Jose, San Leandro, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Union City, Vacaville and Vallejo.
January 13, 2020
Cache Creek Casino Resort has terminated its contract with Swinerton, the general contractor building Cache Creek's $180 million hotel expansion. The construction project includes two new hotel towers with 459 more guest rooms and suites, a pool complex, additional restaurants, and an event/entertainment center.
Construction began in May 2017 and was scheduled for completion in March of last year, however, it has not been finished.
Kari Stout-Smith, the General Manager of Cache Creek, said the reasons for terminating Swinerton includes "non-performance, poor quality control and multiple missed milestones". He explained:
"Significant efforts were made, including hiring an independent scheduling expert to ensure the project was delivered on-time and in accordance with the parties' contract. Despite ongoing efforts, it was determined the agreed-upon standards of quality would not be met. Ultimately, and only after an unsuccessful attempt to develop a constructive path forward with the current general contractor and multiple missed deadlines, the decision to terminate was reached. We have assessed the current state of the project and hired the necessary resources to complete the expansion, with a focus on the high quality that we and our guests expect."
Anthony Roberts, tribal chairman of the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation, added:
"This decision was reached following considerable contemplation and more than one year of good-faith attempts to get the project completed. We are disappointed. This is not the outcome we expected, but we are fully committed to delivering a world-class product to guests of our casino resort."
Hill International, Inc. will replace Swinerton and finish the project. Hill is a global company that has worked on other casino projects including Wynn Encore, The Cosmopolitan Resort & Casino, Tropicana Hotel & Casino and Northern Quest Resort.
A new opening date for the hotel expansion has not been determined. It is expected to be sometime in 2020.
September 24, 2019
Cache Creek Casino Resort is now a promotional partner of the San Francisco 49ers. Cache Creek has similar partnerships with other professional sports teams - Golden State Warriors, Sacramento Kings, San Jose Sharks and the Oakland A's.
The multi-year agreement provides for co-branded TV/radio ads, digital media campaigns and in-stadium co-branded signage. In addition:
Cache Creek will offer special fan promotions at Levi's® Stadium and at the casino throughout the season.
Cache Creek will be the presenting sponsor of the 49ers pre-game and post-game radio shows.
Cache Creek Casino Resort will launch 49ers Faithful activations around Levi'sŪ Stadium for the 2019 season.
Cache Creek will provide digital prize giveaways for fans at each game.
Creek Casino Resort signage will appear on the visiting players tunnel behind the northwest end zone.
Cache Creek will be the presenting sponsor of the Faithful Appreciation game in the December Rams-49ers game.
Cache Creek will host an onsite guest engagement location.
Cache Creek will sponsor special VIP guests experiences.
The multi-year partnership was announced Sep. 19 by the San Francisco 49ers. In a released statement, Brent Schoeb, Chief Revenue Officer of the team, said
"As premiere entertainment providers rooted in Northern California, the 49ers are excited to welcome Cache Creek Casino Resort as a corporate partner supporting our efforts to bring the game to 49ers fans everywhere. As Cache Creek continues to expand its entertainment destination, it will afford the 49ers Faithful new opportunities on game days and non-game days for many seasons to come."
The 49er-Cache Creek partnership also includes the tribal owners of Cache Creek Casino, the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation. The tribe will promote its Seka Hills brand of specialty foods including olive oils, wine, honey, nuts, beef jerky and beef sticks.
January 13, 2018
More details for the new expansion project were released today during the Woodland chamber of commerce luncheon. The presentation was for the Cache Creek Casino expansion. This will add an event center, 459 hotel rooms, and a restaurant. The casino is owned by the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation.
300 jobs will be created by the expansion project.
Club 88 can host 750 guests. The new event center will be able to double the number of guests. The casino is hopeful that the new center will attract more entertainment and larger acts.
Renovations will also be occurring at Chang Shou, Common Cafe, and C2 restaurants. Chang Shou will have 64 seats. Common Cafe will also increase seating for 40 to 50 guests. The new hotel tower will be the new location for C2.
A satellite office in Natomas will be the location for hiring and recruiting for the new jobs being added at Cache Creek. The office will open in March. Hiring will begin in June.
The casino employee base is made up of 40 percent Woodland residents. When the expansion is completed, it is expected that more Woodland residents will be working there.
Other plans for the expansion include an adult only pool, larger spa, conference and ballrooms, and a sushi restaurant.
2019 is the estimated construction completion date.
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