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Island Resort & Casino

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W 399 Hwy. 2 & 41
Harris, MI 49845-0351
United States
Regions: Upper Peninsula
(906) 723-2121
(800) 682-6040
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Tucked away in the unspoiled beauty of Michigan's Upper Peninsula lies a tranquil oasis.
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Jill Anderson
Tucked away in the unspoiled beauty of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula lies a tranquil oasis that attracts golfers and gamers alike. With roots as a community bingo hall, the Island Resort and Casino has expanded into an acclaimed destination featuring two championship golf courses, a full service spa, headline entertainment showroom, RV Park, fitness center, the flashy TwinSpires Sportsbook in T.McC’s Sports Bar, multiple other dining options, a poker room and a full Vegas style casino.

Owned and operated by the Hannahville Indian Community, Island Resort and Casino hosts top entertainment acts like REO Speedwagon and Russel Dickerson throughout the year in the 1,315-seat Island Showroom. It also welcomes the world’s finest rising-star women golfers each June when hosting a Symetra Tour “Road to the LPGA” event – the Island Resort Championship – at Sweetgrass Golf Club.

Sweetgrass’ sister course, Sage Run, opened in June 2018. Both courses’ names pay homage to Potawatomi tribal tradition. To complement its world-class golf, gaming and entertainment, Island Resort & Casino has the Drift Spa, one of the resort’s many amenities. Embracing the traditions of Native American healers, Drift Spa is dedicated to mind, body and spirit renewal. In addition to private rooms for a full range of spa treatments, Drift Spa also features an indoor, saltwater pool and fitness center, co-ed sauna, separate steam rooms and locker rooms.

Lodging options at Island Resort and Casino include finely appointed guest rooms, 14 elegant suites and a 42-site RV Park. The casino boasts more than 1,200 slot machines and 24/7 Vegas-style gaming, Craps, Blackjack, Spanish 21, Three-Card Poker, Let-It-Ride, Roulette, Bingo and more. The resort’s newly renovated poker room features live action as well as a full tournament schedule.

Announced January 15, 2020. The Hannahville Indian Community (which owns the Resort) approved a $30 Million expansion. The expansion will include 100+ hotel rooms in response to high customer demand. The addition will be connected to the existing Palm tower and will add another elevator, a high end dining venue and a convention space are planned for the top floor, the expanded pool area will have water park features for kids and young adults under 18.

The property is easily accessible via a pair of regional airports in Escanaba and Marquette and is also an easy, scenic 2-hour drive from Green Bay (four hours from Milwaukee).
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