Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa's Lodge is where the Main Dining options are located (Chinook Northwest Grille and Warm Springs Grill), 139 Hotel Rooms, Pool, Fitness Room, & 15,000 Sq Ft of Meeting Space for Events/Conventions of all types.
The Village of Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa is where the Double Olympic Sized Swimming Pool is located. And is Naturally heated by a Mineral Hot Springs and features 2 Water slides. Spa Wanapine is located in the Village, and offers Massages, Facials, Manicures, & More. The RV Park, TP Park, and Village Guest rooms are located in the Village.
Our par 72 championship golf course measures 6,352 total yards from the blue tees; 5,828 total yards from the white tees and 5,195 yards from the red tees. Kah-Nee-Ta's warm, dry climate makes year round golf not only possible, but pleasant. The course provides two distinctly different challenges. The front nine gives players a chance to score well right out of the chute. Fairways are ample and the green relatively flat. The back nine offers a high desert links style of play and features several doglegs and sloped greens. Open Year Round, Weather Permitting
Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa features 2 outdoor Tennis courts located right next to the Golf Course (Front 9). An 1/8 mile before the Pro-Shop is where the turn-off is for the Tennis Courts. (1/2 mile from Lodge Entrance)
Camping in a TeePee is a unique way for adventurous travelers to spend the night in Central OR. Located in the Village area of Kah-nee-ta you get a firsthand experience of camping in an authentic hand-painted TeePee. Kah-Nee-Ta offers 20 TeePee's from March to September, (weather permitting).
Just coming for the day? Our Day Use area is fantastic for the travelers looking to enjoy the Resort Activities and a picnic. Located along the Warm Springs River in the Village area there is plenty of trees and grass. There's a limited number of BBQ pits for public use on a 1st come 1st serve basis. A Day Use parking permit must be purchased at the main entrance to the Village (Village Front Office).
Kah-Nee-Ta offers 51 full hook-up RV Sites (power, water, sewer, cable). Located in the Village part of the Resort, the upper RV Park (Sites 1-29) are well-known for their shade and numerous trees. The Lower RV Park (Sites 30-51) are well-known for their spacious grassy areas, and run along the Warm Springs River. Sizes range from 34 feet up to 73 feet, both 30 amp & 50 amp available. Requests are taken, however due to limited sizes, requests are not guaranteed.
Indian Head Casino 3236 Hwy 26 PO Box 890 Warm Springs, OR 97761
Located on HWY 26 amid the high desert bluffs of Warm Springs in Central Oregon, Indian Head Casino provides a Fun and Friendly atmosphere to try your luck at one of our 500 slot machines or at our 8 blackjack tables. Casino Floor is 21 & over.
The mission of the Museum is to preserve, advance and share the knowledge of the cultural, traditional and artistic heritage of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. The Museum achieves this through educational exhibitionsand programs that raise and inspire awareness of The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs and other indigenous tribes.
Lake Billy Chinook in beautiful sunny Central Oregon, just three hours from Portland, with 75 miles of shoreline, lots of sun and a variety of fish including Kokanee, Dolly Vardens, Small Mouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, and German Browns.
The Cove Palisades State Park is a year-round recreational destination for the entire family. Located in our high desert region, the weather is sunny and warm in the summer months and chilly but generally mild in the winter. The park is situated among towering cliffs that surround beautiful Lake Billy Chinook.
The major rock faces are composed of welded tuff (compressed volcanic ash) reaching a height of up to 550 feet. The picnic and campground areas sit on top of the rimrock, which is made up of columnar basalt.
Mt. Hood and the cliffs of the awe-inspiring Columbia River Gorge look down on quaint riverfront towns, countless waterfalls and exhilarating windsurfing waters. The often-photographed Mt. Hood is home to four ski areas, including historic Timberline Lodge, a classic WPA-era mountain lodge, which also happens to offer North America’s longest ski season and Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, which offers the country’s largest night skiing area. Run-off from Mt. Hood’s volcanic slopes enriches soil in the valleys below, making the Hood River Valley one the largest fruit-growing regions in Oregon with apricots, apples, blueberries, pears—even wine grapes that make for exceptional vintages. For those who prefer the indoors, historical wonders can be also be discovered in Troutdale’s Harlow House, The Dalles’ Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Wasco County Historical Museum.
The Deschutes River State Recreation Area is a tree-shaded, overnight oasis for campers. The sparkle-laden, swift, green rush of the Deschutes converges with the Columbia here, and there's no better place for family outing activities like hiking, mountain biking, camping, rafting, world-class steelhead and trout fishing, and equestrian trail riding.