Official Tribal Name:
Campo Band of Diegueno Mission Indians of the Campo Indian ReservationAddress: 36190 Church Road, Campo, CA 91906
Phone: (619) 478-9046
Fax: (619) 478-5818
Traditional Name / Traditional Meaning
Inaja Band - Inaja means "the people."
Kumeyaay - meaning not known.
Campo Kumeyaay Nation is what this tribe calls itself today.
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Land Area: 15,010 acres (60.7 km2)
Tribal Headquarters: Campo, CA
Time Zone: Pacific
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Charter: The tribal constitution was ratified on July 13, 1975, which established a governing council consisting of all band members aged 18 or over.
Name of Governing Body: Tribal Council
Number of Council members: 7
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Number of Executive Officers: 4
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The Campo Kumeyaay Nation owns and operates the Golden Acorn Casino, the Golden Grill Restaurant, the Del Oro Deli, and a travel center, all located in Campo.
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