November 15, 2017
Ground has been broken on the new $40 million casino and resort owned by the Chemehuevi Indian Tribe. It will be located in California near the Arizona border across from Lake Havasu City.
Groundbreaking was held on Tuesday during a ceremony.
The Havasu Landing Resort and Casino will be 25,000 square feet when completed. It will operate 320 table and gaming machines. The hotel will offer 48 guest rooms. There will also be a marina and a restaurant. When the casino portion is open, a ferry will be available for guests traveling to and from Lake Havasu city.
Construction will be done by Bernards Bros. Construction. Planning for the project started 3 years ago and is scheduled to be completed by early 2019.
Return to California Casinos.