Chukchansi Gold Resort Casino

  Indian-Owned  
(this information is available on a more informative tabbed detail page)
 Facebook link
711 Lucky Lane
Coarsegold, CA 93614
  ...map
Toll-Free: (866) 794-6946
Local: (559) 692-5200

Chukchansi Gold Resort Casino is located in Coarsegold, California, and is an Indian-owned hotel-casino. Featuring the classic table games blackjack as well as a live poker room, Chukchansi Gold Resort Casino is also home to seven restaurants.

Website:

www.chukchansigold.com
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Spas/Salons:
Serenity Springs Spa

Restaurants:
California Market Buffet (Buffet)
Casa de Fuego (Mexican)
Deuces Diner (American)
Goldfield's Café (Casual/Café)
Noodle Bar Asian Bistro (Asian)
The Bakery (Coffee Shop)
Vintage Steakhouse (Steakhouse)

Table Games

:
Blackjack
,
Pai Gow Poker
,
Spanish 21
.

Card Room

: more info

Slots Options

:
Slot Machines
.

Other Amenities

:
Spa
.
 
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