Delta Resort & Spa is located on 2,000 acres in the heart of Southeast Arkansas. Whether you are geared for business, shooting, or simply looking to get away from it all, we can accommodate your every need.
Lodging Style and Amenities
Delta Resort & Spa features 130 luxurious guest rooms. Relax in our full-service Spa nestled among the hardwoods. It’s only a short stroll away from Great Rivers Hall Conference Center, 43 Grill and Bar, and the world-class Delta Shooting Sports Complex. Your room is equipped with flat screen TV and Wifi connectivity, so you can stay in touch with the outside world.
Guests dining at the new 43 Grill & Bar will experience a twist on Southern cuisine. Enjoy live music on most weekends. The menu includes: thick ribeyes, fresh Gulf Coast seafood and decadent desserts. You can also unwind with a glass of wine or a specialty cocktail. Try the Lost Napoleon Martini, it’s a taste of Delta history!
Great Rivers Hall features 7,000 square feet of meeting and conference space. It is the perfect spot for your next event. Features include: break-out salons and an exhibitor’s gallery; and our world-class shooting facility offers multiple shooting disciplines including: Sporting Clays, Olympic Bunker Trap, ATA Trap, and 5-Stand.
For waterfowl enthusiasts, we offer some of the best duck hunting in the world. The numerous blinds and pits located throughout the property are immaculately maintained, and several feature handicap accessibility. We are located in the heart of the Mississippi Migratory Bird Flyway – a haven to 40 million migrating waterfowl annually according to the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission. This abundance of birds in flight makes us one of the most extraordinary waterfowl habitats in North America. Our waterfowl hunting season gives our guests numerous opportunities to enjoy the thrill of the hunt –time and time again.
Delta Wetlands Preservation, A Bird’s Eye View Wetland preservation is at the core of the Delta Resort & Spa. It’s Gary Gibbs’ passion to create the best habitat for the millions of migrating waterfowl that stop, rest, and feed at the Delta each year. Gary’s diligent preservation efforts to create and maintain the natural and rustic habitats along with the utilization of Moist-Soil units will keep them coming back for many years.