Wildhorse goes to work on PCC

Wildhorse goes to work on PCC

June 16, 2019


Pendleton, OR – The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and Wildhorse Resort & Casino took ownership of the 248 acre Pendleton Country Club (PCC) on May 30 and many changes to the facility can already be seen.  Some changes may not be visible to the eye but will have an impact on operations.

Since taking over the property, Wildhorse has been working on a variety of changes to the PCC.  From new coolers to new light bulbs to lawn maintenance, Wildhorse is putting a personal touch on the long successful golf facility.

While Wildhorse works to complete a sizeable rebuild at the resort’s golf course, staff have been working hard to give attention to both facilities.

All personnel on staff at the time of the transition have been hired by Wildhorse Resort & Casino.

PCC had a long successful run since 1928 but membership dwindled over recent years.  With the cost of maintenance exceeding income, PCC leadership made the decision to sell.  The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) made a proposal and the two parties found common ground.

About Wildhorse Resort & Casino:

Centrally situated between Boise, Spokane and Portland, Wildhorse Resort & Casino is a premier destination for family getaways, business meetings and large conventions. The resort features a 24-hour casino, hotel, RV Park, seven restaurants, a five-screen Cineplex, 18-hole championship golf course, travel plaza (for commercial trucks and private vehicles) and a tribal museum. Expanded in 2011, there is no destination experience like it in the Pacific Northwest. Wildhorse offers over 1200 slots, all your favorite table games, live keno, bingo and live entertainment Thursday-Saturday.  Wildhorse is located just off I-84 at exit 216, four miles east of Pendleton, OR. Wildhorse is owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.