The Vacation Destination of Eastern Oregon – Wildhorse RV and Casino Resort.
In Northeastern Oregon, there’s a place where the old west and modern luxury meet to offer RVers and other travelers an unparalleled vacation or stop-over experience – Wildhorse RV and Casino Resort just off Interstate 84 near Pendleton, OR. RVers will find a park updated over the last two years – strong WiFi with faster speed and better connectivity, all paved sites and roads, strong 50-amp electrical service that will accommodate even the largest all-electric rig, two sewer hookups at each site, and remodeled restrooms.
The Tipi Village at the RV Park also has been updated and expanded – with 15 tipis and new canvas on the originals. And the pool is still clean, sparkling and inviting on those warm Northeastern Oregon days. At Wildhorse, though, your fun isn’t limited to the RV park.
Our complimentary shuttle will take you next door to our Casino and Hotel – where players can find all types of table games and slots – some in a large non-smoking gaming area. There are casual and fine-dining restaurants. Views of the Blue Mountains from the Plateau Restaurant are spectacular. Plan a visit at sunset for an amazing sight. And headline entertainers frequent our stages.
Not enough choices? Then how about catching a movie at our five-screen Cineplex with luxury seating, 3-D screens, and first-run films, working out in our fitness center or playing golf at our own golf course? Accessible with our free shuttle – golfers can meet their match on our top-rated 18-hole course with a brand-new Pro Shop and Golf Clubhouse opening this spring. There’s also a driving range, putting green, and instruction for all ages.
The entire resort is owned by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indians and a truly unique destination at the resort is the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute. With permanent and traveling exhibits, special events, a theater, and more, the Cultural museum shares the history, lives, and hopes of the Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest. The café features native-inspired foods and the Gift Shop features unique handcrafted items from Tribal members. First Fridays bring a free beadworking class. Travelers vote the Cultural Center as the Number 1 recommended Thing to Do in Pendleton.
And then there’s the town of Pendleton…the Wildhorse shuttle offers guests free transportation to and from the town that’s home to the world-famous Pendleton Round-up and where the Old West still thrives. Downtown Pendleton offers Western leather goods and art, the famous Pendleton Woolen Mills, historic saloons and dining for all palates. The Whiskey & Rocks Farm Loop takes visitors to wineries, creameries, and pick-your-own fruit farms. There are tours of Underground Pendleton and a bronze art trail for visitors to follow.
Wildhorse and Pendleton are centrally located between Boise, ID, Spokane, WA, and Portland, OR. The famed Columbia River is less than 50 miles away. With camping and road-trip season just around the corner, Wildhorse Resort and Casino is sure to provide a fun adventure at the base of Northeastern Oregon’s Blue Mountains. Book online with Good Sam, or find out more at http://www.wildhorseresort.com
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