Chicken Ranch Casino Resort set for soft opening July 15

May 1, 2024
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New property located near renowned destination spot Yosemite National Park.

Operators of the new Chicken Ranch Casino Resort have announced a soft opening, set for Monday, July 15, offering guests resort, hotel and gaming amenities before its full launch later this Fall. The destination is situated in Jamestown, CA within the Sierra Nevada foothills and combines a nine-story resort with a five-story hotel to feature nearly 200 hotel rooms. All restaurants, bars and a 12,000-square-foot event space will be unveiled during the grand opening, though some culinary locations will be offered to guests attending the soft opening. 

An expanded gaming floor is also available to gamblers including slots, table games and more. All casino offerings will be made available during the soft launch. 

One of the main features of Chicken Ranch Casino Resort is its proximity to Yosemite National Park, a tourist destination for people around the country. Campers, hikers, climbers and many other guests of adventure journey to the park every year to take advantage of the humongous wilderness and nature Yosemite offers. Located within 30 minutes of Yosemite, Chicken Ranch Casino Resort may offer tourists a place to relax after journeying through cliffs, streams and mountains. 

Due to its non-overwhelming distance to major California cities such as San Francisco, San Jose and Sacramento, Chicken Ranch Casino Resort could become a hotspot for locals looking for weekends away as well. With its location set in Jamestown, the resort is nestled nearly right between those cities and Yosemite.

With over two million people currently living in those three cities combined, marketing possibilities and generating revenue streams from locals as well as tourists could be a key factor in the success of Chicken Ranch Casino Resort's grand opening in the Fall.

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