Meeting Facility
777 US Highway 8/63
Turtle Lake, WI 54898
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(800) 846-8946 (toll free)
(715) 986-4777 (local)
(715) 986-2800 (fax)
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Types of functions
Business Meetings
Private Parties
Audio, Visual Equipment
Free Parking for Attendees
Video Conference
Wireless Internet

St. Croix Casino Event CenterSt. Croix Chippewa of Wisconsin

Meeting Facility Overview

Room Specifications

The Event Center at St. Croix Casino & Hotel is a banquet, party, and convention facility as well as an entertainment center. Theater-style seating or banquet seating configurations are available, accommodating approximately 550 attendees in the theater-style configuration and approximately 300 tables in the banquet configuration. The room is also equipped with a permanent stage.

The facility can accommodate groups as small as 30 guests and as large as 300 guests. The room can also be divided into segments to accommodate smaller groups. The Event Center can also provide groups with audio/visual equipment as well as computer access. Additionally, the staff offers complete party planning and catering as well as group discounts at the St. Croix Casino Hotel.

The hotel offers guests 153 comfortable standard rooms and eight suites. The standard rooms provide in-room coffee, blow dryer, and an iron and ironing board. The luxurious suites include four themed suites - Woodland, Asian, Polynesian or Egyptian - as well as four standard suites. Each suite provides a Jacuzzi and is also outfitted with a refrigerator, microwave and coffeemaker. Hotel guests are also provided with a continental breakfast as well as access to the pool, whirlpool and exercise room.

The Event Center also serves as St. Croix Casino & Hotel's entertainment venue, with free entertainment offered every Friday and Saturday night from nine to midnight. Regional and national acts are also booked several times a year. Attendees can also explore a variety of recreational activities during their downtime, including hiking the Barron Blue Hills, fishing the Red Cedar River, and skiing Mount Hardscrabble.