TWENTYNINE PALMS, CA - The Bureau of Indian Affairs released a draft of an environmental study on the proposed casino and RV park proposed by the Twentynine Palms Band of Mission Indians. The planned site is 160 acres of tribal land south of Baseline Road and east of Adobe Road in Twentynine Palms.
The casino will feature a 70,000-sqaure-foot casino with 350 slot machines, popular table games, bingo, two restaurants, and a sports bar.
The RV park will be managed by Kampgrounds of America and feature 52 RV sites with electrical, water, cable TV, wireless Internet access, telephone and sewer hookups. There will also be a 24-hour convenience store, laundry facilities, and swimming pools.
The environmental study will be available for public review at the Twentynine Palms Branch Library, Adobe Road at El Paseo Drive, until April 28th. The next step is for the Bureau of Indian Affairs to schedule a public hearing to receive comments on the report.
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