46510 Wildhorse Blvd.
Pendleton, OR 97801
To our Valued Guest,
We are NOW OPEN! We have been working hard to welcome you back!
Please note a few changes around our property. Please take a moment to review our list below.
Our Priority One –Top 10 List, is to help ensure the health and safety of our staff, guests and local communities.
PRIORITY ONE – TOP 10 LIST
Guest Arrival – A Wildhorse Team Member will greet each visitor to the resort. Visitors will be screened and asked to use hand sanitizer and to wear a mask. Guests will enter the resort through doors that are either propped open, are automated or manually operated by an employee. Employees will not be allowed to open the doors of cars or taxis.
Guests requesting bell service will be assisted and the bell cart will be sanitized after each guest. Please note that our Valet services will be suspended until further notice. Also, no more than four guests will be permitted per elevator.
Please rest assured that our games have not changed, only their locations have been modified. Cocktail Servers will remain available and serve beverage upon request.
Slots – Slot machines will be reduced from 1200 to 1100, to create more space and small pods. You will also see plexi-glass dividers between our more popular machines, every other machine turned off and/or chairs will be removed. Guests are encouraged to wear their mask while moving around on the casino floor.
Guests are asked to turn the Call Light on the slot machine they are playing when leaving so custodial staff will be notified to sanitize that machine before other guests play it. Guests may also turn the Call Light on to have a machine sanitized before they play it.
Beverage Service will be available on the gaming floor – 11am-2am | This includes alcohol service
Food Service will be available on the gaming floor – 11am-2am | A special menu has been created
Table Games – There will be a three chairs/guests maximum per table game. Three players maximum on each side of dice tables, and Wildhorse dealers will discourage unrelated guests from congregating behind player. Guests will be required to wear masks, no smoking will be allowed, and each player will be encouraged to use hand sanitizer prior to start of play.
Poker will remain temporarily closed.
Keno – Two stations will be open for business, and seats, carrels and booths are reconfigured or removed to allow for appropriate physical distancing.
Bingo – Bingo will remain temporarily closed. When we open, we’re planning on two stations open for buy in and equipment rental. Bingo seats and tables reconfigured to allow for appropriate physical distancing. Guests will be required to wear masks.
Valet service is temporarily not available.
Your Club Wild Member tier level will not be downgraded in 2020. You can go up, but your tier level will not go down.
Hotel – Hotel room availability will be impacted as we move to staggering guest rooms and removing rooms from availability for thorough sterilization and cleaning. The hotel will have one empty guest room between each 2 occupied guest rooms. There will be an early check-in period starting at noon to help reduce demand during peak check-in periods.
Wildhorse will be discontinuing print magazine and newspaper services throughout the property, until further notice. Guest packages will be placed in sealed single-use plastic bags. The delivery person will call the room and then wait six feet away to ensure the package is retrieved. The Business Center, Fitness Center, and Pool will be open soon. The Dry Sauna will remain temporarily closed.
Checking in: Wildhorse will waive cancelation fees to give added flexibility to travel plans.
Checking out: We are encouraging guests to request emailed receipts at the conclusion of their stay. Paper receipts will be printed and placed under the door of scheduled departure rooms by 8am on the day of departure. Check out can be completed via in room TV or dropping your hotel key in the hotel lobby key drop box.
Room Service Open Sun – Sat | 7am-10pm
Room Service food trolley will be set in the hallway and guests will be notified when food is ready outside their room (plate covers remain) – guests will retrieve their own trolley. Guests notify Hotel Staff when finished with their meal and place their trolley in the hallway outside of their room.
Valet service is temporarily not available.
WRC Golf Course & Golf Course at Birch Creek – A welcome packet of tees, scorecards and pencils will be pre-set in the cart for players’ use during play. Also, new designated “Cart Return Area”, has been introduced for cart sanitization between use. The courses greens now have the new “E-Z-Lift” cups which allow golfers to play out putts, and then with their putter retrieve ball from cup by lifting up on a lever, without ever touching the liner.
Also worth noting, the Pro-shop will have a limit of 8 guests at one time. We can allow only one player per cart, unless playing with immediate family member or close acquaintance. Tee time spacing has been increased to 10-minute intervals to avoid gathering on the first tee and to help spread players out on the course.
Restaurants & Bars – All restaurants and bars are open. Changes include using single use and/or disposable menus, the removal of lounge seating in waiting areas where groups tend to congregate, tables and booths arranged with appropriate physical distancing between each family or party. Social distancing protocols apply.
Restaurant and bar stool count will provide appropriate physical distancing.
In Room Dining (Room Service) – Food will be set on tables in hallway and notify guest when the table is outside of the guest’s room (plate covers remain) – guests will retrieve their own table. Guests notify Hotel Staff when finished with their meal and place their trolley in the hallway outside of their room.
Services & Hours
Clubhouse Bar & Grill – OPEN Sun-Sat 8am-7pm | On premises dining & take out
Birch Creek Grill/Café – OPEN Tues-Sun 8am-7pm | On premises dining & take out
Wild Roast – OPEN Sun-Sat 7am-10pm | Takeout only
Hot Rock – OPEN Sun-Sat 7am-10pm | Takeout only
Traditions – OPEN Sun-Sat for breakfast 7am-10:30am | On premises dining
Plateau – OPEN Sun-Sat 5pm-close | On premises dining & take out
Sports Bar – OPEN Sun-Sat 11am-10pm | On premises dining & take out – Minors allowed until 8pm on cabaret side
Sports Bar To-Go-Orders | Order Daily at the Traditions hostess stand 4pm-10pm
*Room Service – Open Sun-Sat 7am-10pm | In-room dining
Room Service food trolley will be set in the hallway and guests will be notified when food is ready outside their room room (plate covers remain) – guests will retrieve their own trolley. Guests notify Hotel Staff when finished with their meal and place their trolley in the hallway outside of their room.
*Walk-up Beverage Service – OPEN DAILY 7am-2am at the beverage station located on the new casino floor (near the satellite cage). A staff member will assist guests.
*Beverage Service on the floor – OPEN DAILY 11am to 2am | This includes alcohol service
*Food Service on the floor – OPEN DAILY 11am-2am | A special menu has been created
*Lobby Bar – Open Mon-Fri 4pm-10pm | Saturday and Sunday 11am-10pm
All food and beverage outlets are closed daily at 10pm. The exception is that beverages (including alcohol) and food service will be available on the gaming floor daily 11am-2am.
Cineplex is NOW OPEN 12pm-10pm offering matinee pricing at $7.50.
Studios are not releasing new movies. Classics and re-runs will be played.
Adequate time will be scheduled between showings to clean and sanitize each theater.
Ushers will assist in theater seating and manage capacity to ensure appropriate distancing between groups of guests based on CDC guidelines. Show schedule may be limited.
POSTED MAY 26, 2020
Here are some of the things we’ve been working on to protect the health and safety of our employees and guests!
POSTED MAY 23, 2020
Golfers, great news! The Wildhorse Golf Course is now OPEN for public play. You can call today to book your tee time. For details on the course safety guidelines, please CLICK HERE. Play it safe with a little space. Book your tee time today! Plus, the Clubhouse Grill is now OPEN for dine-in and takeout.
POSTED MARCH 24, 2020
Wildhorse Golf Course and the Golf Course at Birch Creek will be closing Wednesday, March 25 at noon. This is in addition to the closure of the Casino, Hotel, and Cineplex. We are committed to providing a healthy and safe environment for our guests, our staff and the local community.
CLOSURE AS FOLLOWS:
OPEN FOR BUSINESS:
POSTED MARCH 20, 2020
Wildhorse Resort & Casino is continuing its efforts to help decrease the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus by closing the Tower Hotel at noon, Sunday, March 22, 2020. Reservations and current guest stays are good through Saturday night, March 21. The RV park will remain open.
Wildhorse enterprises such as the RV park, Arrowhead Travel Plaza, Mission Market will remain open as will the Golf Course at Birch Creek and the Wildhorse Golf Courses for both golf and take out dining. Hamley Steakhouse and Saloon, located in downtown Pendleton also remain open for take out dining.
Wildhorse Resort & Casino places the safety and health of its guests, employees, and community as a number one priority. Wildhorse is owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR), a sovereign nation, and the Tribe’s Incident Command Center is navigating the rapidly changing impact of COVID-19 as well as the local, state and federal guidelines.
POSTED MARCH 18, 2020
With our commitment to providing a healthy and safe environment for our guests, our staff, and our local community, the COVID-19 pandemic requires major collective action to contain the spread of the virus. As a Tribal Government and one of the largest employers in Eastern Oregon, we have made the decision to close the Wildhorse Casino. The Casino will be temporarily closing effective noon, Wednesday, March 18 through Wednesday, April 8, 2020. This may be revisited based on new information.
CLOSURE IS AS FOLLOWS:
We understand the impact this closure has on team members and their families. Wildhorse will continue to pay the wages and medical benefits for its casino and resort employees affected by the closure through the end of the month.
Let us all continue to unite and meet this challenge with strength, commitment, and resiliency. We will keep you posted on additional updates as we navigate through this together.
Gary E. George, CEO
POSTED MARCH 16, 2020
Wildhorse Resort & Casino is continuing to place the safety and health of its guests and employees as its number one priority. Wildhorse is owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR), a sovereign nation, and the Tribe’s Incident Command Center is navigating the rapidly changing impact of COVID-19 as well as the local, state and federal guidelines.
The CTUIR will be making further announcements on the next steps that will be taken in the effort to contain the spread of the virus.
Wildhorse Resort & Casino is open and is aggressively continuing a heightened level of activity to ensure a clean and sanitary environment. We anticipate ongoing changes and will post them here for our valued guests.
POSTED MARCH 12, 2020
CANCELLED – Spring Poker Tournament scheduled for April 2-12.
POSTED MARCH 4, 2020
(For information on Covid-19: Oregon Health Authority hotline, dial 211. WA residents can call 800-525-0127 and press #.)
POSTED MARCH 3, 2020
POSTED MARCH 2, 2020