Wind Creek Atmore

Laser Tag and Topgolf Swing Suite coming to WCA
Special to Atmore News Wind Creek Atmore (WCA) family entertainment center will be the new home for Topgolf Swing Suite and laser tag fun centers, expected to open in Spring 2020. Laser tag is popular with a wide range of ages and play can take place across all age groups. The indoor play area will offer role-play-style games and competitive sporting events including tactical and precision game configurations. Infrared beams…
U.S. News & World Report: Wind Creek Atmore among state’s top hotels
News Staff Report Wind Creek Casino & Hotel, located just outside Atmore and owned by Poarch Band of Creek Indians, was listed as one of the top hotels in Alabama in a U.S. News & World Report analysis of the state’s lodging establishments. The national news magazine’s Top 15 hotels included the local hostel as the eighth-best stay in the state. The rankings were based on an analysis of expert…
WCA announces dates for annual display of Christmas lights
Special to Atmore News Wind Creek Atmore (WCA) announces that this year’s Christmas lights are set to be turned on November 23 at dusk. You’re invited to bring the family early for hot cocoa and a complimentary picture with Santa and his elf from 2 p.m. until dusk at the WCA Amphitheater. Featured for the first time this year are lights and decorations from Jubilee Décor. Be prepared for a…
Wind Creek Atmore donates to Perdido School
Wind Creek Hotel and Casino of Atmore continues giving to nonprofits throughout the area, with the latest recipient being Perdido Elementary / Middle School. Tim Ramer, Property Manager, and Terri Morris, Assistant Property Manager, visited Perdido School, and presented Principal Phillip Stewart with a check for $11,709.20. While the amount may seem a bit unusual, there is an excellent explanation. Wind Creek has been most creative in their effort to…
WCA donates $20K-plus to library, high school – Monroe County Public Library and J.U. Blacksher High School receive Christmas TITO funds
Christmas came early for Monroe County Public Library and J.U. Blacksher High School. On December 16, both organizations were presented with checks from Wind Creek Atmore’s Ticket In Ticket Out (TITO) program. Together, the donations totaled $23,712.82. When presenting the checks, WCA Property Manager Tim Ramer said, “This comes from us and our guests. We are blessed to be able to do this for you.” The TITO program allows guests…