There are no Indian gaming casinos in South Carolina. The Catawba Indian Nation is the only federally recognized tribe in South Carolina. The tribe owns a 700-acre reservation in York County.
The Catawba Nation previously owned two bingo hall, but both became unprofitable and were shut down. The Catawba Indians currently own the Catawaba Two Kings Casino in Kings Mountain, North Carolina.
In 1993 the Catawba Nation signed a settlement agreement with the state to operate two Indian bingo halls. A high stakes bingo parlor was built in the old Rock Hill Mall on Cherry Road in 1997. The bingo was profitable for a few years, but revenues dropped after the state lottery was introduced in 2002. The Catawba said its bingo profits fell 60 percent and closed the operation in 2006.
In 2012 the tribe leased a new site for a bingo hall named Catawba High Stakes Bingo, The location was in the Bi-Lo building in the Northeast Plaza Shopping Center. After renovations in 2013, the bingo hall opened in mid-2014. After three years, the operation was closed.
Catawba High Stakes Bingo [ Closed May 9, 2017 ]
2375 Cherry Road
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730
Minimum gambling ages are 18 for bingo, 18 for horse racing, 18 for the lottery.
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