Quil Ceda Creek Casino
Quil Ceda Creek is a totally unique nightclub and casino. It was designed for the
young and young at heart guests who want an up-tempo atmosphere combined with friendly,
neighborhood service. The Q Nightclub caters to the fast-lane group who loves dancing
to current hits and enjoys music with an attitude.
The casino is designed for players who want a medium-sized casino that's small enough
to recognize friends and big enough to provide the best features of a large casino.
Quil Ceda Village
Quil Ceda Village is a bustling, growing commercial center located near Marysville,
Washington. With easy access from Interstate-5, which runs along its eastern boundary,
Quil Ceda Village is a popular destination for thousands of shoppers and provides
a highly visible opportunity for a variety of businesses.
Quil Ceda Village Municipal
The Consolidated Borough of Quil Ceda Village, located on the Tulalip Indian Reservation
in Washington State, is a thriving municipal and corporate body of the Tulalip Tribes.
The responsible local government of the Consolidated Borough of Quil Ceda Village
and the successful Quil Ceda Village Business Park are key to building and sustaining
the Tulalip culture and regional economy.
Snohomish County is located in northwest Washington State, nestled between the sparkling
blue waters of Puget Sound and the rugged, snow-capped peaks of the Cascade Mountains.
Just 15 miles north of Seattle, 100 miles south of Vancouver and a short ferry ride
away from the San Juan Islands or Olympic Peninsula, Snohomish County is ideally
situated for exploring the entire Pacific Northwest.
The most intimate outdoor venue.
The Tulalip Amphitheatre was part of the Quil Ceda Village master plan drafted in
1999. The intimate 2,200 seat venue, along with the modern casino and the resort
hotel, is intended to make Tulalip a resort destination and not just a place to
gamble. With its friendly size, the amphitheatre has brought such acts as Trisha
Yearwood and B. B. King to the area that might not have otherwise played in the
Puget Sound. The Tulalip Amphitheatre can also be rented at an affordable cost for
weddings, birthdays, and other special events.
Gaming has long been a Tulalip tradition. Our ancestors wagered on a guessing game
involving bones called Slehal. Today, our casino boasts a 192,000-square-foot gaming floor
featuring nearly every game imaginable. And don’t forget cash-back! Tulalip also
rewards your slot play with the most cash-back of any casino in Washington. With
the best selection of games and the most cash-back of any Northwest casino, high-rollers
and casual players alike can partake in the gaming action.
The Tulalip Tribes is a federally-recognized Indian Tribe located on the Tulalip
Reservation in the mid-Puget Sound area bordered on the east by Interstate 5 and
the city of Marysville, Washington; on the south by the Snohomish River; on the
north by the Fire Trail Road (140th); and on the west by the waters of Puget Sound.
The Tulalip Reservation was established by the Point Elliott Treaty of January 22,
1855 and enlarged by Executive Order of December 23, 1873. It was established to
provide a permanent home for the Snohomish, Snoqualmie and Skykomish Tribes and
allied bands living in the region.