Morongo Thunder & Lightning Pow Wow 25th Anniversary
Join us in the celebration of our Native American Heritage and Traditions! Check out what this years Pow Wow scheduled of events!
Hadley Fruit Orchards to Open New Flagship Store
Popular roadside fruit, nut and date shake destination – owned by Morongo since 1999 – breaks ground on a new, larger store. Nostalgic billboards, new products and a revamped online store are also in the works.
Bingo Grand Re-Opening August 1st, 2015
BINGO IS BACK!
At the Old Casino Near Canyon Lanes!
Join Us just East of Morongo Casino Resort for all your Favorite Bingo Games and Special!
49750 Seminole Drive
Cabazon, CA 92230
San Bernardino Morongo Tribal TANF Grand Opening
Dozens Celebrate Grand Opening of New Center to Aid Low-Income
Native American Families in San Bernardino County
Ribbon-cutting ceremony marks expansion of program overseen by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians that will now serve Native American families in need in San Bernardino County.
Morongo’s 19th Annual Golf Tournament Raises $60,000 for Local Students
Nearly 400 golfers play the Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon for the yearly event, which has collected more than $1 million since 1997 for needy children, veterans and others.
Morongo Honored by Riverside County
Morongo Tribal Chairman Robert Martin accepted a proclamation from the Riverside County Board of Supervisors on March 10 honoring the Morongo Band of Mission Indians and recognizing the 10th anniversary of the Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa’s 27-story tower.
Remembering the 'Good Times'
‘Celebrating 10 years of good times,” note signs along Interstate 10 that herald the Morongo Casino Resort & Spa’s grand opening in 2004 on the Morongo Reservation. The ultra-modern tower, designed by the Jerde Partnership, has hosted former President George W.
Bush, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice and Sam Donaldson, celebrities, musicians and film stars. It weathered the worst recession of a lifetime, employed thousands and had a hand in sending $450 million in taxes and compact payments to the state as a result of the tribal gaming compacts.