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Black Oak CasinoBlack Oak Casino Resort is open 24 hours a day with over 1,300 slots, 26 table games plus two electronic poker tables, and nine restaurants and bars. Owned and operated by the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians since 2001 and especially busy on Friday nights, the full list of entertainment at Willow Creek Lounge is here. Hosts will greet guests with the traditional native welcome of “M-Chucksus!”, the Black Oak Casino Resort provides 164,000+ square feet of gaming, a conference event center, reel and video slot machines, a bowling center, players club, gift shop, a kids’ arcade, and an entertainment venue, the Willow Creek Lounge, which hosts live entertainment three nights a week. The casino also features the state’s largest smoke-free gaming area. “We aim to offer our guests a resort destination for the whole family,” says Edewaa Ti Foster, the Commissioner and Vice Chair of the Tuolumne Me-
Wuk Tribal Gaming Agency.

Black Oak also offers a variety of restaurants, on the top floor people visit Seven Sisters for the ultimate fine dining experience. The popular 24-lane bowling center Black Oak Lanes is on the lower level of the casino. Bowling leagues there compete with the Sonora Family Bowl on 19 South Stewart Street. The Underground Arcade makes it a very nice indoor place to escape.

An annual event held nearby is the Acorn Festival put on by the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians in September. More annual events are here or visit the recreation guide.

People used to come to Mother Lode to find gold to become rich. Today, people still come to strike it rich by testing their luck at our local casinos. An overview of the other local casinos is here.

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