San Carlos Apache Tribe
From gambling and golf for the adults to fishing and hiking for the kids, the San Carlos Apache Tribe is a family-friendly community 90 miles east of Phoenix that prides itself on providing entertainment for everyone. Come for the temperate weather, the outdoor sports or the history, and stay a little longer for the fun you didn't even see coming.
History & nature
The Apaches are descendants of the Athabascan family, which migrated to the Southwest in the 10th century. As reservations were being established, the separate bands of Apache placed at San Carlos became one tribe recognized as the San Carlos Apaches.
The San Carlos Apache tribal lands encompass 1.8 million acres of pristine land spanning across three regions of mountain country, desert and plateau landscapes. The rich cultural heritage is as abundant and rich as the tribal land's natural resources.
Things to do
Open 24 hours a day, every day, the Apache Gold Casino & Resort features state-of-the-art video and reel slot machines and progressives, Black Jack "21" and bingo.
A fisherman's paradise, the four lakes of the San Carlos Recreation and Wildlife Department feature trophy largemouth bass as well as rainbow and brown trout. Pick up a permit for fishing, hunting or camping at their office or through their website.
Where to stay
Just five miles east of Globe, the AAA Three Diamond Award Apache Gold Resort Hotel offers spacious rooms and in close proximity to entertainment for the whole family. For the kids, outdoor adventure and culture are only a short drive away.
Annual Pow Wow
Location: Apache Gold Casino
All-Star Bass Fishing Tournament
Location: San Carlos Lake
Apache Independence Day
Location: Apache Gold Casino Pavilion
Apache 'Jii' Celebration
Annual Veteran's Memorial Celebration
Location: San Carlos
Annual Christmas Jubilee
Location: Community Hall, San Carlos
For More Information
PO Box 0
San Carlos, AZ
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