News release from Treasure Island casino/resort and the Prairie Island Indian Community:
Treasure Island Resort & Casino will open The Lagoon Water Park and Wave Spa at a ribbon cutting ceremony. The Lagoon is 40,000’ of fun and relaxation. It was a $19 million dollar project that began in May 2015.
The Lagoon features a 320’ long lazy river with rapids, a water fall and an island in the middle of the pool that has benches and lounge chairs. There is 119,000 gallons of water between all four pools and a state-of-the-art eco green filtration system that utilizes natural Sphagnum Moss as a pre-filter water conditioner that is much healthier for swimmers. The Barefoot Bar is the only swim up bar in Minnesota, located in the adults only section of the water park. There is also two hot tubs, one inside and out outside.
There is 14,000’ of outside terrace areas and custom fire pits.
The upscale Wave Spa is a full service salon and spa that offers hair services, manicures/pedicures, facials, waxing, make-up and nail services. Guests can choose from a variety of massages and spa packages will be offered as half or full day experiences. The relaxation room has a wall fire feature, lounge chairs and can accommodate up to 12 people. Catering is available for special spa events.
The fitness center has the latest technology in bikes, elliptical and treadmill equipment.
This $19 million dollar project added more than 30 new jobs, bringing the workforce to more than 1,500 team members.
Enter at the hotel lobby to access the ribbon cutting ceremony.
The Prairie Island Indian Community owns and operates Treasure Island Resort & Casino.