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Welcome To Ute Mountain Casino Hotel

Beneath the expansive Western sky in Towaoc, Colorado lies the state’s first tribal gaming facility and the largest casino in the Four Corners Area. Featuring the most slots and best selection of the newest games, our players not only enjoy winning more, they also love our Southwestern hospitality, friendly faces, great food and fun!

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Stay and Play at Ute Mountain Casino Hotel

Nestled in the shadow of the legendary Sleeping Ute Mountain, our hotel features newly remodeled, modern rooms — all of which are steps away from the casino.

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Mountain Rewards Club

Join the Mountain Rewards Club and earn Free Play, meals and other special offers whenever you play slots or table games. Membership is FREE! Plus, you can even qualify for VIP service and be invited to exclusive events including our very popular VIP dinners.

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Ute Mountain Ute Tribe

Visit the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe site for a glimpse of the colorful past and dynamic present of the Ute people.

The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe is part of the Weeminuche Band, one of the seven original Ute bands that inhabited the entire state of Colorado.

Known today as the oldest continuous residents of the state, the Ute Tribe presently resides on their reservation land in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah.

In the very old days, the Sleeping Ute Mountain was a great warrior god. He came to help fight against the evil ones who were causing much trouble. A tremendous battle between the great warrior god and the evil ones followed. As they stepped hard upon the earth and braced themselves to fight, their feet pushed the land into mountains and valleys. This is how the country of this region became to be as it is today. The great warrior god was hurt, so he lay down to rest and fell into a deep sleep. The blood from his wound turned into living water for all creatures to drink.

When the fog or clouds settle over the sleeping warrior god, it is a sign that he is changing his blankets for the four seasons. When the Indians see the light green blanket over their “God,” they know it is Spring. The dark green blanket is Summer, the yellow and red one is Fall, and the white one is Winter. The Indians believe that when the clouds gather on the highest peak, the warrior god is pleased with his people and is letting rain clouds slip from his pockets. The Indians believe that the great warrior god will rise again to help them in the fight against their enemies.