On June 25, 1985, the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation opened a modest bingo hall on their land in Brooks, California. The popularity of Cache Creek Indian Bingo & Casino soared immediately, and on October 7, 1993, the hall was expanded to include card games.
A second expansion began in 1996 and was opened in phases in 1998 and 1999. The bingo hall now had a 1,200 seat capacity and three new restaurants were opened, including China Camp and the150-seat buffet.
After California Governor Gray Davis signed the State Gaming Compact in 1999 the casino added slot machines and more table games, creating the most popular gaming facility in Northern California. The broad popularity of the casino meant only one thing - more expansion.
In 2002, the tribe announced plans to build a $200 million property, renamed Cache Creek Casino Resort, on land adjacent to the existing facility. Completed and opened in 2004, the resort now features nine new restaurants, the 600-seat Club 88, the 20,000 square-foot multi-purpose Event Center and 74,720 square feet of casino floor space. The 200 room hotel includes a lavish health spa and an 18-hole championship golf course, 2,400 slot machines, 122 table games including a 14 table poker room, and a mini-mart.