Visitors Guide


Slots, Table Games (including Poker and Blackjack), Bingo, and Pull Tabs are just some of the many attractions Treasure Island Resort & Casino has to offer.


Treasure Island Resort & Casino began as a one-room bingo operation in February 1984. Today, Treasure Island is one of the finest and most comprehensive casinos in the Midwest.


Mount Frontenac is a stunning 18-hole golf course that overlooks the beautiful Mississippi River Bluffs and Lake Pepin. Surrounded by beautiful trees, the rolling terrain and excellent scenery, we offer a challenging golf, spectacular views and friendly service.

Spirit of the Water

Enjoy a unique experience cruising the beautiful Mississippi River! Spirit of the Water, a 120 passenger cruise liner, will take you on a relaxing two hour tour down the Mississippi while you sit back and enjoy the sights. There are a variety of cruise and catered dining options including lunch, brunch and dinner.


After a fun day out on the water, dock at the Treasure Island marina and play the night away! Just north of Lock & Dam No. 3 on the western bank of the scenic Mississippi River lies the Treasure Island Resort & Casino marina with 137 transient slips available for temporary, overnight or seasonal rental. Tune into Marine Channel 16!


With so many entertainment and dining options at your fingertips, you’re going to want to take your time and stay awhile. This luxurious casino hotel boasts 480 rooms with accommodation options to fit any level of luxury and convenience.

RV Park

Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime when you combine a relaxing RV getaway with the thrill of a world-class casino, or any of the other many attractions around the Prairie Island community.


Sometimes called Wacipi (pronounced Wa chee pee), the powwow is a traditional Native American cultural celebration where the generations gather to socialize, dance, sing, visit, renew old friendships and make new ones.

Often held over a weekend, a Powwow is filled with songs and dances, singers with drums, and dancers in their regalia.

Mississippi River

From nearby Red Wing, with it’s history, shopping, and fine dining, to the rest of Minnesota’s bluff country, the scenery and charm of the area will have you returning again and again.