Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
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|Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort|
Main entrance to resort (c.2006)
|Location||Isabella Indian Reservation|
|Address||6800 Soaring Eagle Blvd|
Mount Pleasant MI 48858-8432
|Total gaming space||200,000 sq ft|
|Owner||Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Nation|
Soaring Eagle offers a typical selection of pit and table games such as blackjack, roulette, craps, three card poker, and Let It Ride. In addition to slot machines in the main casino, an additional gaming hall called the "Slot Palace" is located across the street and offers Bingo, Keno, and additional slot machines.
The casino also includes an 18-table poker room, which features games such as Texas hold 'em, seven-card stud, and Omaha hi-low. The poker room also features a bad beat jackpot and weekly Texas hold 'em tournaments.
- The Entertainment Hall: Former bingo hall converted into a concert venue in 2000.
- Capacity: 3,260 reserved seating, 3,285 general admission
- Soaring Eagle Outdoor Arena: Amphitheater that opened in 2005. Hosts the annual "Outdoor Concert Series"
- Capacity: 5,089 reserved, 11,000 general admission
- Meeting rooms
- Saginaw Chippewa Ballroom
- Three Fires Room
- Ojibway Room
In August 2017 a series of renovations were approved by the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Council. The plans include incorporating a new sports bar and night club near the gaming floor, updating the Entertainment Hall, enclosing the non-smoking area, re-designing the Kid's Quest and Cyber Quest areas, a new high-limit and VIP lounge area, a relocated poker room and re-branding of the current sub shop.
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