French Lick Resort 

8670 West State Road 56
French Lick, Indiana 47432

Phone: 888.936.9360


Nestled among the hills of the Hoosier National Forest resides a classic American destination – French Lick Resort. Home to two AAA Four-Diamond nationally historic hotels, three challenging golf courses, two rejuvenating spas, impressive meeting venues and a Vegas-style casino, the resort exceeds expectations. 

Step into chic American sophistication, which caters to the family. The French Lick KidsFest program provides plenty of organized activities for guests’ children, giving parents a chance to pursue more grown-up leisure; maybe retail therapy at The Promenade of Shoppes, a round of golf on a championship course or a historic hotel tour featuring tales of famous guests. At the end of the day, gather the crew together and enjoy a trip on the iconic trolley, maybe some fast-paced bowling at Pluto’s Alley or an adventure at one of the hiking, biking or horse trails across the resort. Do not forget to bring your four-legged companions. French Lick Resort is one of the most pet-friendly hotels in the midwest, with designated pet-friendly rooms at each hotel.

The Ross Course
Length: 7,030
Rating: 72.3
Slope: 135

This classic course was designed by iconic architect Donald Ross and underwent a $5 million restoration in 2006. When the project was completed, 80 of Ross’ trademark bunkers with flat bottoms and deep, gnarly faces, were restored. Of those 80 bunkers, 35 are original to the initial course construction in 1917. Other work included expanding, square or rectangular shaped greens, which severely undulate.

Recognitions and Awards

#2 Public Course in Indiana – GolfWeek, 2011-2020 (The Ross Course)
Hosted the Senior LPGA Championship, 2017, 2018
Designated a Historical Hotel of America, National Trust for Historic Preservation, 2008 (West Baden Springs Hotel)
Designated a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark, 2002 (West Baden Springs Hotel)
Designated a National Historic Landmark, 1987 (West Baden Springs Hotel)
Designated on the National Register of Historic Places (French Lick Springs Hotel & West Baden Springs Hotel)
AAA Four Diamond rated hotels