Successful Existing Operations
Our Tribal enterprises help the regional economy by creating new jobs and by spending millions each year on local goods and services. The Coquille Tribe’s multifaceted operations are founded on core tribal values: honesty, integrity, and teamwork.
The Mill Casino Hotel and RV Park
A premier South Coast destination, The Mill Casino offers a winning combination of Nevada-style gaming, varied dining options, world-class entertainment, and gracious accommodations—all in an atmosphere of Northwest-inspired comfort and friendly service.
Together, The Mill Casino Hotel and RV Park create over 600 jobs and generate more than $68 million in direct spending output, including over $33.5 million in labor income for employees. Every year we give back to the communities in which we live through substantial grants to local organizations. The Coquille Tribe has distributed more than $4 million in charitable grants to community organizations.
ORCA builds fiber-optic and wireless communications networks and is dedicated to providing rural communities with low-cost fiber-optic/broadband access to link Coos Bay Area regional businesses and institutions to national and global markets.
Perpetua Power Source Technologies, Inc.Perpetua Power Source is a start up company in Corvallis, Oregon that develops and manufactures advanced renewable-energy solutions that enable its customers to develop, deploy, and benefit from next-generation wireless sensor applications.
Bear Creek Golf Course
The Coquille Tribe leases the 14-acre golf course nestled along a portion of beautiful Bear Creek in Medford, Oregon. The facilities include a a 9-hole executive layout, full-line pro shop, covered driving range, two practice greens, and a snack bar.
Nurturing a Connection to the Land
The Coquille Tribe’s commitment to building a legacy of stewardship and self-sufficiency for generations to come is reflected in its dedication to sustainable forestry. The Tribe’s respect for the natural resources that have given it sustenance for thousands of years is evident in the management of its forestlands.
The Coquille Tribe manages just over 5,400 acres of forestland in the Coquille Forest. The ongoing sustainable harvesting on this forestland provides jobs for the local timber industry, keeps regional sawmills in business, and protects the region’s watershed and other natural resources.
The Coquille Forest is widely considered the only entity to meet both the ecological goals and the economic output envisioned by the federal Northwest Forest Plan. The careful management of this forestland provides a sustainable, long-term revenue resource for the Tribe and the region.
The forestland managed by the Coquille is certified as sustainable under the Forest Stewardship Council, an independent, nonprofit worldwide certification body that upholds rigorous environmental, social, and economic standards for managed forests.