UIDC is the Cow Creek Tribe’s primary economic development engine. Under its auspices, the Tribe operates several businesses for the benefit of tribal members, local residents, and the surrounding community. UIDC is a federally chartered corporation. Each organization listed is a legally separate entity.
Your premier destination Casino Resort awaits YOU! Check out one of the 1,000 plus slot machines or the variety of table games–there is something for everyone. Have dinner or a quick snack at one of the five on-site restaurants. Take in a show in the Cabaret Lounge, or check out the monthly headliner entertainment. Relax and unwind in the River Rock Spa or spend a special evening in one of the 298 guestrooms available. Prefer something more laid back? Visit Seven Feather RV Resort with its 191 RV Spaces. It’s all waiting for you at Seven Feathers Casino Resort, just off I-5 at exits 98 and 99.
The K-Bar Ranches cover over 5,000 acres of Tribal properties, on which are managed over 4,000 head of cattle, large alfalfa and wheat crops, and most recently crops of sugar beets. Those who manage these properties cover a wide range of duties that take care of the Tribal lands. K-Bar Ranches run 2,500 head of cattle in Douglas County, and another 1,500 head on the ranch in Jackson County.
Interstate 5, Exit 99 – (541) 839-4868
Terry Weidemier, General Manager
Brand new in 2002, located on I-5 at Exit 99 across from the Seven Feathers Hotel & Casino Resort, Seven Feathers Truck and Travel Center is a full-service, modern travel center with amenities for professional drivers, tourists, and travelers, including fuel discounts, tires, a private drivers’ lounge and shower rooms, and a mini-mart with a deli.
The Cow Creek Umpqua Nesika Health Group is a self-funded tribal health insurance (medical/dental/vision) program for Tribal members and eligible employees.
2042 NE Airport Road
Roseburg Oregon, 97470
Phone: (541) 673-6098
FAX: (541) 673-6193
A complete printing & design service established in 1977, specializing in high-quality printing using the latest in digital technology for clients throughout the US.
Umpqua Indian Utility Cooperative is the first utility in the Northwest both owned and operated by an Indian tribe. UIUC feeds BPA preference power to the Seven Feathers Hotel, Casino, and 24-Hour Restaurant, as well as the Seven Feathers Truck and Travel Center.
Phone: (541) 673-6098
FAX: (541) 673-6193The Takelma Roasting Company produces specialty grade coffee from sustainable sources, as they “aim to craft a quality product while considering the effects our actions are having on our world.” The Takelma Roasting Company provides all the coffee sold and served at the Seven Feathers Hotel, Casino, and 24-hour restaurant; the Seven Feathers Truck and Travel Center; and all other Tribally-owned businesses, and sell their coffee from their website.
270 Gazely Bridge Rd.
Canyonville, Or 97417
Canyonville Cubbyholes offers on-site management and conscientious customer service in their location just off I-5, near the Seven Feathers Hotel & Casino Resort. Come store your valuable possessions in Canyonville Cubbyholes’ secure miniature self-storage lockers.
Like many Native American cultures, the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians has a time-honored tradition of giving back to the communities in which they live and work. In 1997, the Tribe formalized this tradition of philanthropy by establishing the Cow Creek Foundation to make and distribute grants.
The mission of the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation is to offer assistance in youth education, to strengthen the home and family, to provide positive youth development, and to add to the quality of life for people in the community. The Foundation awards up to $15,000 per grant and prefers to make small grants that will make a real impact on the project or for the sponsoring program.
Each year, the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation awards nearly one million dollars in grants to community non-profit organizations in Douglas, Coos, Lane, Deschutes, Klamath, Jackson and Josephine Counties.