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The parking garage and valet are now open. Hotel Front Desk doors are now open. Hotel Parking Ramp Entrance is now open. Casino Floor Elevators (buffet side) are now open. Bus Lobby Doors are now open. Our parking ramp and East lot are open for all patrons for parking as well.

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Seneca Gaming & Entertainment in Salamanca, NY offers the BIGGEST DAILY BINGO PAYOUTS in Western New York! With evening games SEVEN DAYS A WEEK, Bingo After Dark on Fridays and Saturday and Matinees Wednesdays thru Sundays, Seneca Gaming in Salamanca is the place to be for the best BINGO. The Seneca Nation also owns Seneca Gaming and Entertainment, a chain of small video slots and bingo facilities with locations in Irving, Salamanca, and on the Oil Spring Reservation in Cuba. Through a tribal-owned holding company, the tribe owns a telecommunications firm, Seneca Telecommunications; a construction management company, SCMC LLC.

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EVERY guest and team member must proceed through the Wellness Checkpoint (temperature screening). Anyone exhibiting symptoms associated with COVID-19 will be denied entry that day. Anyone registering 100.4 or above temperature will pass through a secondary screening. If the 2nd screening registers a temperature of 100.4 or above, guest and/or team member will be denied entry that day. All temperature screenings will be done with a safe social distance through thermal imaging screeners.

Face masks will be mandatory for both guests and team members and must be worn at all times while on property. No mask, no entry. If you don’t have a face mask one may be provided for you.

Seneca Nation Bingo

EVERY guest and team member must use hand sanitizer before entering.

We are operating at reduced capacity in order to maintain social distancing at this time. Guests may be asked to come back at a later time.

NO SMOKING is allowed anywhere inside the resort. Smoking will be allowed only in outdoor designated areas and with social distancing. Any guest who goes outside to smoke must go through the Wellness Checkpoint upon reentering the building.

Coordinates: 42°33′N79°01′W / 42.550°N 79.017°WCoordinates: 42°33′N79°01′W / 42.550°N 79.017°W
CountryUnited States
StateNew York
CountiesErie, Chautauqua, and Cattaraugus
• Total693
Time zoneUTC-5 (EST)
• Summer (DST)UTC-4 (EDT)
Area code(s)716
WebsiteSeneca Nation of Indians

Cattaraugus Reservation is an Indian reservation of the federally recognized Seneca Nation of Indians, formerly part of the Iroquois Confederacy located in New York. As of the 2000 census, the Indian reservation had a total population of 2,412. Its total area is about 34.4 mi² (89.1 km²). The reservation stretches from Lake Erie inward along Cattaraugus Creek,[1][2][3] along either side of NY 438. It is divided among three counties for census purposes:

  • Cattaraugus Reservation, Erie County.
Sketch map of the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation, 1880

Background and location[edit]

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Sign in the Seneca language outside the Early Childhood Learning Center on the Cattaraugus Reservation

A small cluster of Seneca-owned businesses are located along US 20 and NY 5 where they cross through the reservation. Facilities include a Bingo Hall, with a Poker Room and various video slot machines. Interstate 90 passes through the reservation; the closest exit is located in Irving, New York.

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In Erie County, the reservation is bordered by the Towns of Brant, North Collins, and Collins; in Cattaraugus County by the Town of Perrysburg; and in Chautauqua County by the Town of Hanover. (At the reservation's southeast corner, near the village of Gowanda, it comes within a few feet of bordering the Town of Persia in Cattaraugus County.)

The reservation is mostly of a rural character, with one-family homes along Route 438 interspersed with businesses such as tobacco shops. The reservation is divided into several communities such as Newtown, Bucktown, Pinewoods, Eleven Acres, Ozarks, and Indian Hill. At the center of the reservation along Route 438 are the Seneca Nation government offices, a Head Start/Daycare Center, community buildings, and the volunteer fire department.


  1. ^Kirby, C.D. (1976). The Early History of Gowanda and The Beautiful Land of the Cattaraugus. Gowanda, NY: Niagara Frontier Publishing Company, Inc./Gowanda Area Bi-Centennial Committee, Inc.
  2. ^Historical sketch of the Village of Gowanda, N.Y. in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of its incorporation, August 8, 1898. Buffalo, NY: The Matthews-Northrup Company, Leonard, I.R., Reprinted 1998, Salem, MA: Higginson Book Company.
  3. ^Gravel mining; Summary of permits for mining activities in the Cattaraugus Creek watershed, Cattaraugus Creek watershed resource guide and proposed watershed planning strategy, 2006, Boyer, B., Carpenter, B., Renschler, C., & Kellam, R.V., Funded by: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Great Lakes National Program Office, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Buffalo District, Retrieved 21 June 2014.

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