Welcome to the "Programs" section of our website. Here, you can access information about the various programs offered through the Pala Band of Mission Indians. Click on the links below to learn more.
The Pala Indian Tribe owns and operates the state-of-the-art Pala Casino Resort & Spa as well as the 90-acre Pala Avocado Grove on the South end of the Pala Reservation.
The Pala Tribe works diligently to anticipate any environmental damage they might create. With this in mind, they have developed specific programs in working to preserve the environment.
Since 2002, the Pala Band of Mission Indians have worked hard to fund and build homes for Tribal Members on the reservation.
Pala Fire Department
The Pala Fire Department is a full-time fire department operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week. As Tribal members return to the reservation and the rapid construction of new homes increases, so does the fire department's responsibility.
Since opening in April 2008, the Pala Skatepark has been providing skateboarders with a safe, fun place to skateboard. The Pala Band of Mission Indians invested $570,000 to build the park at the Jim Banks sports complex off Pala Mission Road in Pala, CA.
Pala Fitness Center
The Pala Fitness Center opened in 2005 and offers a variety of group classes and individual exercise options for members. The center features over three dozen different machines.
Pala Learning Center
The Pala Learning Center and Pala Library has developed an educational program system that focuses on a shared vision of academic and social success. Programs are open to the public and offered to all ages and academic levels.
Pala Giving Program
Providing for those most in need has always been a priority for members of the Pala Band of Mission Indians. The Pala Tribe is proud to support a wide variety of needs in education, emergency relief, healthcare and the environment.
Pala Tribal Environmental Impact Report
Final public review of Pala Tribal Environment Impact Review.
Little Feathers Preschool
The Little Feathers Preschool is open to the public; first priority will be given to enrolled Tribal Members. To be eligible for the program, children must be three years of age and fully potty trained.
Partnership with Toyota of Escondido
Learn more about special deals for Pala Tribal Members from Toyota of Escondido.
The Pala Band of Mission Indians has a long history of military service. That tradition continues today and is recognized in many ways by the Tribe.