Sedona, Arizona

Hon-Dah

Enjoy the outdoor splendor of the White Mountains by day and the exciting gaming and entertainment at Hon-Dah casino by night.

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When you think of Arizona, do you imagine aspens, Ponderosa Pines, streams, fly fishing, and a landscape much like the Pacific Northwest? If not, the town of Hon-Dah, located on the northern edge of the White Mountain Apache Indian tribal lands, may change your perception of Arizona.

If you dream of spending your afternoon fishing, take a seat on the shore of Sunrise Lake on the White Mountain Apache Reservation, where Arizona’s state fish – the Apache Trout – might find itself at the end of your line. The area is also known for its world-class hunting of trophy elk, not to mention hiking galore.

Sunrise Park Resort – at an elevation of 11,100 feet – beckons skiers and snowboarders in the winter. Before you go, it’s fun to check out the webcam, which is sponsored by the Hon-Dah Casino and aimed at the breathtaking view of the Apache Peak Lodge at the summit of Apache Mountain.

The Hon-Dah Casino, with top-notch entertainment and restaurants, is owned by the White Mountain Apache Tribe. The high-energy casino and its tranquil surroundings offer the perfect mix to make everyone feel at home. In fact, Hon-Dah is an Apache word meaning “be my guest.”

 

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Just The Facts

For Visitor information

Hon-Dah Resort Casino Conference Center | 777 AZ Hwy. 260 | Pinetop, AZ | (800) 929-8744 | www.hon-dah.com

County It all started How High? Head Count
Navajo 1934 7,200ft 812

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