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Ione Band of Miwoks Casino Project near Plymouth

Tribal Organization: Ione Band of Miwoks

IONE CASINO PROJECT

Hwy 49
Plymouth, CA

Opening date has not been announced.

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The location is a mile west of Plymouth, 11 miles from the city of Ione, and 30 miles southeast of Sacramento.

History

Court Battles

The U.S. Department of Interior announced May 25, 2012 that it has approved an application submitted by the Ione Band of Miwok Indians in 2006 to build a casino on a 228-acre parcel of land near Plymouth in Amador County. 

Amador County has two existing casino, the Harrah's Northern California Casino in Ione and Jackson Rancheria Casino in Jackson. On June 29, 2012 Amador County filed a new lawsuit against the federal government in hopes of stopping this casino.

A federal judge in October 2015 rejected the lawsuit in favor of the tribe.

An activist group, No Casino in Plymouth, has filed several lawsuits to stop construction of the casino. Each have been unsuccessful. The last case was appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. It was rejected in October 2018.

Federal Land Approval

The Ione Band of Miwok Indians were notified in April 2020 by the U.S. Department of Interior that the tribes' plan for building a casino in Plymouth had final approval and 220 acres of tribal-owned land would be transferred into federal trust creating a sovereign reservation.

News Headlines

News New Sacramento-area Indian casino land approved by Fed April 6, 2020 - Last week the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs officially notified the Ione Band of Miwok Indians of approval by the U.S. Interior Department to transfer 220 acres of tribal land into federal trust. ... Read more

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Phase I - Cost $47M
2000 slot machines
40 gaming tables
Gift shop
Buffet restaurant with 250 seats
Full-service restaurant with 100 seats
Coffee bar with snack items
Sports bar

Phase II - Cost $22M
Hotel with 250 rooms
Conference center - 30,000 square feet, 1200 seats
Pool area

News Articles

New Sacramento-area Indian casino land approved by Fed

April 6, 2020

Last week the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs officially notified the Ione Band of Miwok Indians of approval by the U.S. Interior Department to transfer 220 acres of tribal land into federal trust. The transfer will grant tribal sovereignty to the land and federal authorization for an Indian gaming casino.

"For the Ione Band this isn't just about the development of a gaming operation, this is really about restoring the land base we can use to support our members in the futrure," tribal Chairwoman Sara Dutschke said in a telephone interview. "We've waited a very long time for this."

Since announcing its casino plans back in 2006, the tribe has continually fought court battles and opposition from activists groups to reach this point in the approval process.

When the casino is built, it will be the third Indian casino in Amador County - joining Harrah's Northern California Casino and Jackson Rancheria Casino.

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