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A Level for Everyone

Big parking lot, complimentary soft drinks, coffee and water. Great $8.00 chicken salad sandwich for lunch. Restrooms well attended. So many fun slot machines ..a level for everyone!

Betty T. August 2023 Google

Always a Good Time

I always have a good time here. Wish there was alcohol. But the games are fun and I’ve won several Jackpots here. Would recommend to anyone in Houston that wants to come play. Not that long of a Drive.

Damian V. September 2023 Google


THIS PLACE WAS A BLAST! I love the history that they incorporates also the fact that they don't serve alcohol makes it even more enjoyable. You don't have to worry about drunk behavior or fights. Everyone was so helpful nice I didn't get to make it to the restaurant but did have a latte and dessert and it was a 6 out of 10. I will definitely go back and give it a go for the big win.

Melissa H. August 2023 Google

So Much Fun

So much fun!! The food was amazing. The restaurant was packed but our waitress Maddie did a great job!!

Bridgit S. August 2023 Google

Wonderful Experience

Had a wonderful experience here! This will be our getaway from Houston area from now on. Affordable and comfortable and clean. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful! Campgrounds are amazing as well! Can’t come up with one complaint other than losing $20 in the casino that they gave me as first time guest. Lol.

Tim W. August 2023 Google

Really Fun

These are bingo type games are a little different than Vegas or Louisiana style games but once you learn them they're really fun. I've won here a few times and Ive lost here a few times. I really love how they will send you coupons for free play monthly if you sign up for their membership card. Overall a great place to get away and have some fun but please make sure you know you're spending limit.

John L. June 2023 Google

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Logo for the Alabama-Coushata Tribe of Texas

About the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe

Instrumental in Texas’ Independence

With a rich history dating to the 1780’s, the Alabama-Coushatta tribe distinguished themselves in the Texas War of Independence. In 1836, Sam Houston brokered a treaty with the tribe to fight alongside the Texans. During the war, the Coushattas helped ensure the survival of the Texas Army who were fleeing Santa Anna by guiding them and providing provisions. Today, this act is recognized as a critical contribution to the Republic of Texas.

Tribal Council

Principal Chief: Donnis Battise, Mikko Choba, Chief Kanicu
Second Chief: Millie Thompson Williams, Mikko Istimatokla, Chief Piliika Istaaya

Tribal Timeline


The Alabama and Coushatta tribes migrate across the Sabine River into Spanish controlled territory of modern day Texas.


Both the Alabama and Coushatta tribes distinguish themselves in the Mexican War of Independence.


The tribes assist Sam Houston’s army during the Texas War of Independence from Mexico.


The Republic of Texas recognizes the tribes’ equitable claim to lands in the new country.


The Restoration Act passes Congress and restores the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe to federal recognition.


After a years-long legal battle with the State of Texas, the US Supreme Court affirms the Tribe’s right to offer Class II electronic bingo.


Future expansion