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Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe

The Tribe’s reservation encompasses 1,395 acres of gentle, rolling hills adjacent to Prescott, and offers residents and visitors alike a generous selection of activities and commercial enterprises and services. One of the area’s largest employers, the Tribe is home to a 162-room resort, two casinos, a business park and shopping center.

The Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe operates two casinos, Bucky's Casino and Yavapai Casino. The two casinos provide approximately 24,000-square-feet of gaming space, 475 slot machines and a resort with 160 rooms. Table games include live poker and 21.

Things to Do

Bucky's & Yavapai Casino has over 500 slots as well as blackjack and poker tables.  Bucky's Cafe and Yavapai Cantina provide daily food specials and Yavapai Cantina has a sports bar and large screen TVs. Both casinos are open 24 hours a day. Link to page

Annual Events

Contact the Yavapai-Prescott Tribal Office for event information.

Where to Stay

Prescott Resort and Conference Center is the areas only full-service resort in Prescott. Resting on the "Top of the Rock" it offers  picturesque views of the warmth and scenery of Prescott. Each of the 160 plus rooms were designed in the spirit of the Yavapai Tribe and offers artwork indicative to the majestic scenery of the Prescott area. Link to page

Location and Nearby Communities

Location:

The reservation is intersected by US. Highway 89 and State Highway 69, approximately 90 miles from the Phoenix metro area.

Nearby Communities:

Chino Valley

Dewey

Prescott Valley

Contacting the Tribe

Tribal Government
530 E. Merritt St.
Prescott, AZ 
(928) 445-8790

Visitor Information
(928) 776-1666

 

 

Contact Information

530 E. Merritt St.
Prescott, AZ 86301

Phone: (928) 445-8790
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