St. Eugene Golf Resort and Casino

St. Eugene Golf Resort and Casino
7777 Mission Road, Cranbrook British Columbia

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St. Eugene Golf Resort and Casino is our biggest selling Cranbrook and area resort. Nestled between the Purcell and Rocky Mountains the St. Eugene Golf Resort and Casino is a magnificent spot that offers gourmet dining, world-class golf, elegant rooms and casino nightlife all at one breathtaking location. St. Eugene Golf Resort and Casino is a place of fun, relaxation, exceptional service and outstanding value. It's a great choice for weekend golf retreats, groups, family get togethers and more. Enjoy the reading room and billiards rooms of the Fisher Peak lounge, the peaceful atmosphere of their Tipi and fire pit area or a leisurely stroll around the resort. There are four unique restaurants and lounges too. This resort offers in room movies & games, in room voice mail and high speed internet access in all guest rooms and banquet rooms. Choose from Standard resort rooms with one or two beds and Premier rooms offer additional features and preferred locations. Their deluxe rooms are located in the Mission building and offer outstanding views of Fisher Peak Mountain or the lush golf course. These rooms may include vaulted ceilings, fireplace and balconies. Whether your gaming preference is slot machines, table games, lottery games, or Off-Track Betting, the Casino of the Rockies is your entertainment destination! You'll stay busy with 239 slot machines, including E-Roulette and E-Blackjack, 6 choices of table games, a poker room and lots more. The 18-hole championshop golf courses was designed by acclaimed architect Les Furber. It is a distinctive, easy-flowing course set on 120 acres of turfgrass in the 327 acre St. Eugene Golf Resort and Casino. With white sand bunkers and huge, undulating greens, the course plays from four sets of tees from 5,388 yards to 7,007 yards and plays well for all skill levels of golfers for an average course time of 4.5 hours. Built right next to the St. Mary River, each hole is designed to have an uninterrupted view of either the Purcell or the Rocky Mountains (including the marvelous Fisher Peak) as it winds its way through open links land, buffer zones, wetlands and rolling woodlands. Additionally, the grounds are part of an Audubon sanctioned site, home to over 150 bird species including the endangered Great Blue Heron and Bald Eagle as well as badgers, Townsend long-eared bats and painted turtles. All this makes the course for a captivating yet tranquil golf environment that allows a freedom of style in play.