FARMINGTON, Pa. (AP) — The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has approved charges that non-resort guests must pay to gamble at soon-to-open casino at a southwestern Pennsylvania resort.

Under the plan approved Monday, customers must spend $10 at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort to gain one-time entry into the Lady Luck Casino, scheduled to open in July. Non-resort guests may also buy an annual membership for $45 for access to the casino.

The casino to be run by Isle of Capri Casinos Inc. will have 600 slot machines and 28 table games, including blackjack, roulette, craps and poker.

The casino remains under construction at the resort about 40 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. It's located along U.S. Route 40 in Wharton Township.