Cocopah Museum

Cocopah Museum

Traditional Cocopah Homes

Traditional Cocopah Homes

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Welcome to Cocopah Indian Tribe


The Cocopah Indian Tribe, known as the River People, have lived along the lower Colorado River and delta for centuries, maintaining their traditional and cultural beliefs throughout many political and environmental changes. Descended from the greater Yuman-speaking people who occupied lands along the Colorado River, the Cocopah had no written language, however, historical records have been passed on orally and by outside visitors.

Established in 1917, the Cocopah Reservation comprises approximately 6,500 acres. Currently about 1,000 tribal members live and work on or near the Reservation. In 1964, the Tribe founded its first Constitution and established a Tribal Council.

Located 13 miles south of Yuma, AZ, the Reservation is home to Cocopah Casino, Cocopah Resort & Conference Center, Cocopah Rio Colorado Golf Course, Cocopah Museum, Cocopah RV & Golf Resort, Cocopah Speedway and Wild River Family Entertainment Center. Visitors enjoy golfing, gaming, shopping, learning about the Tribe's culture and taking in the great scenic beauty of the region. 

Cocopah Newsletters are now online

Want to know what's happening at Cocopah Enterprises every weekend?

Click on link for Weekend Activities Flyer (updated weekly).  

Tribal members, see what's happening in your community and around the region. Click on link for Cocopah Times Newsletter published by Cocopah Museum. April Cocopah Times Newsletter (updated monthly).

Latest News

Tribal Government offices closed Good Friday

Apr 16th, 2014

The Cocopah Indian Tribe Government offices will be closed Friday, April 18th, 2014 in observance of Good Friday.

Offices will reopen Monday, April 21th, 2014 at 8:00 a.m.

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Cocopah Indian Tribe donates to local charities

Mar 5th, 2014

The Cocopah Indian Tribe enlisted the help of the City of Yuma to donate a total of $13,724.50 to the Yuma Community Food Bank and Crossroads Mission.

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