The original Casino Morongo reopened to offer slots, bingo, bowling, food and fun in a beautifully redecorated and fully renovated venue. Located across the parking lot from the 27-story Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa, the refurbished Casino Morongo offers 300 state-of-art and classic slot machines sprinkled across a 10,000-square-foot gaming floor. Guests can enjoy playing bar-side video poker while cheering on their favorite team as the biggest sports matchups play on one of 30 big screen TVs.

Already home to a 400-seat Bingo Hall and the 24-alley Canyon Lanes Bowling, the changes to Casino Morongo include a refurbished bar/lounge area and dining at the new sleek and Pit Stop Diner, which offers American classics for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

“At Casino Morongo, we are proving that a classic never goes out of style,” said John James, chief operating officer at Morongo. “Our goal at the original Casino Morongo is to provide our guests with a whole new experience in a gorgeous and modernized setting that is refreshingly familiar and comfortable.”

The original Casino Morongo first opened in May 1995 as one of the first significant tribal casinos in the state. Following the construction of the 27-story Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa in 2004, the facility has been the home for bingo, bowling and special events.