Yes We’re Open!

Open With Minimal Restrictions

Please respect and follow the new rules set forth to keep us all safer.

We thank you for your continued support in being your casino, “The People’s Casino”.



Facial Coverings are mandatory by Tribal Ordinance. If caught without a facial covering, you will be cited.

No smoking near entrance of the Casino, the Grizzly’s Food Court and River Steakhouse.


Frequently asked questions guests might have:

Q: Are you open?

A: Yes, we’re open with minimal restrictions. ONLY face coverings are required.

Q: Are your buses running?

A: Currently we do not have our charter buses; we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Q: Are your shuttle buses from Lot 4 running?

A: Currently the shuttle from Lot 4 is for employees only; guests will have to drive up. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Q: Are your restaurants opened?

A: The Grizzly Food Court is open 24 hours and The River Steakhouse is open Thursday – Sunday 5pm – 10pm.

Q: Are we still required to be screened?

A: No, temperature check is no longer required.

Q: Are you still allowing a limited amount of people in?

A: No, the casino is open to full capacity.

Q: Am I allowed to smoke in the Casino?

A: The Casino is operating as a Non-Smoking facility. Smoking is permitted outside in the smoking area by the event center.

Q: Are you cleaning the casino?

A: Yes, we have increased preventative measures. We have frequent cleaning schedules in high traffic areas where germs or viruses can be transmitted. We also have more hand sanitizer stations throughout the property.


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Eagle Mountain Casino is owned and operated by the Tule River Indian Tribe, located on the Tule River Indian Reservation in Porterville, Ca. Since 1996, we have grown to a full service casino with two restaurants, a food court, nearly 1,200 slots, 10 table games, a gift shop, the Yokut’s Coffee House and an Entertainment Center.


The Tule River Indian Tribe of California is an independent, self-governed nation that supports their people and the surrounding communities through culture and economic development.