Ka-Nee-Ta Resort to re-open

Updated: February 2, 2024

There might be a resort opening this summer in the Pacific Northwest as Kah-Nee-Ta Resort in Warm Springs, Ore. is expected to re-open for business.

Ka-nee-ta rendering

The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, which owns and operates the central Oregon resort, said it plans to re-open the resort this summer after having it been closed since 2018.

Ka-nee-ta RV park

The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs had previously hoped to reopen Kah-Nee-Ta in 2023, following a major remodel that includes new soaking pools, hotel rooms and dining options. In July, the tribe officially delayed those plans after fierce spring storms derailed construction.

Nothing was mentioned about the golf course itself but it appears that the driving range and a mini golf course will be available to guests.

No word on opening the golf course yet.

The tribe announced a total of seven pools, as well as 15 VIP poolside cabanas. The larger pools include a children’s spray pool, a sports pool, a lazy river and soaking pools. There will also be three wellness soaking pools, ranging from 92 to 103 degrees. Lodging will include 20 teepees, 30 hotel rooms, and an RV park with showers, laundry facilities and a game room.