Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort is operated by the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Nation in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.
A gaming hall across the street is known as the Slot Palace and features more slot machines than the main casino floor, giving slot players plenty of options.
There’s also a poker room with 18 tables that features weekly Texas Hold ‘em tournaments and also features bad beat jackpots and seven-card stud games for bettors to enjoy.
The resort has four restaurants and a pool with an underwater sound system. Guests can also enjoy a full-service spa, an arcade, an amphitheater and a concert hall.
Facility renovations in 2017 added a sports club and night bar near the gaming floor.
The Kid’s Quest and Cyber Quest areas were also redesigned in 2017, helping the Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort create a family-destination image.
Locations and Contact Information
The casino has the following contact information:
- Address: 6800 Soaring Eagle Blvd., Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
- Phone number: (888) 732-4537
- Email: [email protected]
Soaring Eagle Casino Room
The Soaring Eagle Casino has 21,000 square feet of gaming action featuring a slew of options with slot machines, table games, poker and bingo.
The casino’s selection of slot machines includes progressives to cater to enthusiasts. The Soaring Eagle is always adding new machines to keep the variety interesting for repeat customers.
One new offering is the Golden Jungle Grand, a slot that features 10 spin cycles and wild reels you can trigger by collecting Buddha figures as you play.
The casino also features Wild Pirates, which lets you collect bombs that explode when the time expires and also features persistent state reels for each bet level.
Magic of the Nile has a feature where three obelisks will charge up to bonus spins. The slot machine has a 5 x 3 reel set and the bets start at 75 cents.
You can find slots at two locations at the resort, the main gambling floor and the above-mentioned Slots Palace. Both offer high-limit slot machines as well as a typical variety of lower and mid-level bets.
Blackjack, craps and roulette are all table games featured at Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort, among others.
The casino features a multi-carnival game progressive jackpot that includes Ultimate Texas Hold‘Em, Let It Ride, Crazy 4 Poker, and Mississippi Stud. Players can play all four of these games in the hopes of winning the single jackpot.
Another progressive jackpot features three-card poker with players aiming to get the ace, king and queen of spades in their hand for a chance to take home the prize.
Chase the Flush is a fairly new game where players and the dealer receive three cards each along with four community cards. The goal is to make a flush with the combined seven cards. In the event of a tie, the highest flush wins.
There’s a bonus side bet to Chase the Flush where players who get a three-card flush in their opening hand will spin the wheel for a chance to win prizes. Anyone at the table who had a bonus spin side bet can also win a secondary prize.
Soaring Eagle Poker Room
The Soaring Eagle poker room is open all day, every day and features games like Omaha, Crazy Pineapple, and seven-card stud.
There are several monthly poker tournaments, including the following:
- A $60 senior, no-limit Texas Hold’em tournament every Monday and Thursday at 12:30 p.m. ET. The tournament has a $10,000 starting stack and players must be 55 years old or above to participate.
- A $70 no-limit hold’em bounty tournament every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. that features a $10,000 starting stack and a big blind ante.
- A $50 round x round no-limit Texas Hold’em and pot-limit Omaha tournament every Saturday at 12:30 p.m., except the last Saturday of the month.
The poker room, which is a smoke-free environment, can be contacted at 989-775-5198.
Soaring Eagle Bingo is the largest in Michigan so bettors come from all over the midwest to participate. Bingo is daily from Wednesday through Sunday with schedules in the morning, afternoon and evening.
Soaring Eagle also offers both traditional paper units and electronic units to suit the needs of all bingo players.
VIP Access Club
Members who join the VIP Access Club at Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort will receive the best that Soaring Eagle has to offer. Benefits include having a personal host who can make dining, ticket and resort arrangements.
There are several hosts on staff to help you have a smooth experience at the resort.
Bettors who want to bet at multiple Soaring Eagle properties have the luxury of using a single Access Loyalty Card at all three properties. If you’re planning on staying at multiple locations, the card is essential as you’ll earn even more points on it than someone staying at only one.
The card is usable at the following properties:
- Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort
- Saganing Eagles Landing Casino
- Soaring Eagle Waterpark and Hotel
- Waabooz Run Golf Course and Soaring Eagle Hideaway RV Park
You can earn points by staying at hotels, RV parks or playing casino games.
Bingo gives out 20 points per $1 spent and is the fastest way to earn points on your card; hotel rooms and RV spaces give out points at 10 points per $1 spent; and the spa, golf course, and gift shops all give four points per $1 spent.
Slot machines give two points per $1 spent, while video poker gives the least amount at 1 point per $1 spent.
The Access Club also has the following perks:
- Personalized direct mail offers
- Premium play for slots and table games
- Dining dollars
- Complimentary overnight stays
- Exclusive invitations to tournaments and VIP events
Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort plans on offering a sportsbook with a variety of sports betting options as an option for both sports fans and bettors alike.
The recently renovated resort has a check-in time of 4 p.m. ET and a check out time at 11 a.m.
It features premium suites with a king-size bed, a fireplace, and a sitting area and superior rooms with a king-size bed and a fireplace as well.
There is also the option of having a king-size bed or double queen-size beds with an in-room jacuzzi.
The resort has a 2,400-square-foot pool with glass tiles from Milan, Italy, and features underwater music and lights, and the area also has an indoor and an outdoor jacuzzi.
The resort’s dining options include the Ascend Sports Bar and Nightclub, Isabella’s, and Siniikaung Steak and Chop House.
Legends Diner offers classic Americana dining and is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.