Nation | Tribe: Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians
2655 Everett Freeman Way
Corning, California 96021
Rolling Hills Casino broke ground Nov. 2, 2019 to expand its gaming floor, add new restaurants, upgrade all hotel rooms and redesign the conference facilities. See Detailzs
When the expansion progect is finished, Rolling Hills Casino will have a new exterior and interior, a 40% larger gaming floor, more dining options and a larger conference center with a ballroom.
Artist rendering of the expanded Rolling Hills Casino
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25,000 square foot casino
Smoking and non-smoking gaming areas.
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12 Table Games include Blackjack, Pai Gow Poker, Three-Card Poker and Ultimate Texas Hold'em
Amphitheater at Rolling Hills Casino and Resort
3,000 person capacity
All tickets are general admission
Buffet - Serves breakfast, lunch, dinner. Open daily 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m
Timber's Steakhouse - Serves steak or seafood dinners. Open daily 5pm to 10pm.
Lounge - Serves cocktails, appetizers, lunch or dinner. Open daily 6:00 am to 1:30 am.
Aroma's Coffee House - Serves coffee and quick bites. Open 24/7.
The Inn at Rolling Hills Casino and Resort
The Lodge at Rolling Hills Casino and Resort
Located off Interstate 5
72-spaces, pull-through, wi-fi
Traveler's Center with showers, laundry, and pet day care
The bleachers seat up to 1,000 people
300 covered MDBarnmaster stalls
Sporting clay shooting
1,400 acres with a variety of wildlife including "pheasant, quail, chukar, dove, turkey, and waterfowl, and wild boars".
Reservations call 530-520-9464
Named "best casino golf course" by Golf Week magazine
Named "#1 best course in the Shasta Cascade/North Coast Region" by California Golf
Book tee times at (530) 528-4600
December 8, 2020
The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians and Gov. Gavin Newsom have signed a new 25-year gaming compact for regulation of Class III casino gaming at the Rolling Hills Casino and Resort. The new compact increases the number of slot machines authorized for Rolling Hills Casino to 2,000 units. The casino currently has 840 slots.
Tribal Chairman Andrew Alejandre issued this statement:
"On behalf of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians, we want to thank Governor Newsom and the state for working with us to approve and sign this new gaming compact. The signing of this compact is a great milestone for us because it demonstrates that the state recognizes our tribal sovereignty and ensures revenue stability for our tribe over the next 25 years."
The timing coincides with the completion of a multi-million expansion of the gaming area and renovation of the property.
The gaming compact was ratified unanimously by the California legislature in September. Federal approval is now expected from the U.S. Department of the Interior.
May 21, 2020
After two months of closure due to COVID-19, Rolling Hills Casino and Resort reopened today at 10:00 AM Thursday May 21st. Guest must wear masks and be temperature checked on entry.
Courtesy of Rolling Hills Casino and Resort
The Links Golf Course reopened May 5, 2020 along with the Rolling Hills convenience store and truck lot.
November 6, 2019
Artist rendering of the northside view of the expanded Rolling Hills Casino
Rolling Hills Casino celebrated the groundbreaking for a new multi-million dollar expansion and renovation project on Saturday Nov 2.
The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians, who own the casino, held two ceremonies that day beginning at 1 PM. The first celebrated the 25th anniversary of the federal restoration of the tribe's sovereignty in 1994, and the second was the groundbreaking ceremony for the new casino project.
The project will be built in 4 phases to minimize disruptions to customers during the casino's daily operations. When each phase is completed, it will be opened to the public. The entire project will be completed in 14 months.
NEW CASINO FEATURES
The exterior and interior of the entire casino will be redesigned and remodelled.
The casino gaming area will be increased 40% to the east and south on the property to expand gaming options and to enclose the existing entrances to make easier access from the parking lots.
There will be total room upgrades at The Lodge at Rolling Hills and The Inn at Rolling Hills.
Two new restaurants will open. Rock & Brews is scheduled to open in the summer of 2020 and Fatburger in January 2021.
An onsite brewery and distillery will produce craft beers and spirits.
A new pizza restaurant, a new coffee shop and retail space will be added.
The conference facilities will be redesigned and expanded with a ballroom and conference center.
May 6, 2019
As part of its latest expansion, Rolling Hills has announced it will soon open two new restaurants. The casino has gone into partnerships with Fatburger and the Rock & Brew Restaurant.
ROCK & BREWS
This restaurant was founded in 2012 and its owners include Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons of Kiss. It features rock 'n roll environment and serves comfort food and specialty brews.
Fatburger was founded 70 years ago in Hollywood. It is famous for its M Fatburger, cajun & crispy chicken sandwiches and milkshakes. All burgers are cooked to order.
In a statement, tribal chairman Andrew Alejandre said:
"We are excited to have these iconic brands be integral to our upcoming expansion. They are renowned for high quality and their name recognition ensures we will attract new visitors by bringing an exciting option to the residents of the North State."
April 28, 2019
Rolling Hills is completing a new entertainment venue on 15 acres next to the casino. It will be an outdoor amphitheater with a 3,000 person capacity and featuring all genres of music.
The first concert event is cheduled for June 9 and will feature the classic rock group War. That will be followed by Dwight Yoakam on June 16.
All tickets are general admission. Tickets for War are $20 and for Dwight Yoakam $25.
Construction of the amphitheater required the removal of 1,000,000 cubic yards of dirt. Installation of the turf needed 75 truckloads of topsoil.
December 03, 2018
People that had to be evacuated during the Camp Fire are being offered free buffet meals at the Rolling Hills Casino. This offer has been extended until December 30, 2018.
The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians own and operate the casino. Tribal leaders wanted to extend the free meal offer to help people effected by the fire and elevate some of their stress during the holidays.
Over $100,000 buffet meals have been given to victims of the fire. Proof of residency is required to qualify for the free meal.
The casino has also been collecting nonperishable food items to donate. The tribe's Paskenta Nomlaki Foundation has been fundraising for the fire victims. Neighboring tribes have been contacted to assist with the fundraising.
All donation money will be given to the American Red Cross and The Salvation Army. In addition, the tribe will match up $100,000.
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