The Tribe joined the approximately 60 other California gaming tribes with the opening of Black Oak Casino on May 15, 2001. It was redesigned, rebuilt and reopened on May 18, 2005. In 2009, a six-story parking garage and smoke-free gaming area were added. This was followed by the opening of Bear Creek Station convenience store and gas station in 2011. In 2013, the casino was renamed Black Oak Casino Resort with the addition of a 148-room hotel with pool and spa, fitness center, and conference center with banquet facilities.
Today, Black Oak Casino Resort encompasses 164,770 square feet of entertainment, including 1,300 slot machines, 25 table games, eight bars and restaurants, a live entertainment lounge, video game arcade, 24-lane bowling alley, RV Park and outdoor concert venue.
The resort has enabled the Tribe to broaden the range of services offered not only to the Native community, but the broader community at large.