Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians

Today the Dry Creek Rancheria covers only 75 acres of was once an 86,400-acre territory. As in 1915, Dry Creek Tribal members continue to survive through economic development. Without traditional resources and extensive land holdings, the majority of the tribe has been forced to adapt to much of the Anglo-European society and culture. Nevertheless, the Pomo people remain a strongly independent and distinctive community. The Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians is led by a chairperson and a board of directors selected every two years in a tribal election.

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River Rock Casino

River Rock Casino is just minutes away from the Alexander Valley RV Park & Campground. River Rock Casino offers 24-hour entertainment with 1600 slot machines and 22 live card tables. Spectacular views, fine dining and smoking & smoke-free environments.

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