Welcome to the all-new Anchor at Shangri-La Resort, your opportunity to escape the ordinary with a state-of-the-art recreational experience.
With its nautical-themed atmosphere, you will find one-of-a-kind gaming with virtual reality games, golf simulators featuring the TRACKMAN Studios, shooting simulators, escape rooms, arcade games, and so much more.
The Anchor offers an indoor sports bar with multiple TV screens, pool tables, and ping pong tables for fun competitions while you enjoy a cocktail.
The outdoor lounge area has two long fire pits for communing with friends and family and beautiful views of the fishing pond designed to provide children with the opportunity of fishing off the dock. As you make your way down the walking paths adjacent to the Anchor, you will find the outdoor basketball courts and Mini-Fenway Park replica offering WIFFLE Ball for the kid in all of us!
And if you are looking for some team competition, grab your friends and head down to the Sand Volleyball courts next to the Marina on Grand Lake.
Our premiere Racquet Club Facility provides Outdoor Tennis Courts and Pickleball Courts with a viewing area that can seat 20 people. The Director and manager of the Racquet Club at Shangri-La, Todd Kerr, is available for coaching and instruction.
Please see the Racquet Club schedule of events for open court dates and schedule your time through Court Reserve. If you are new to Racquet Club Sports and want to be outfitted with Tennis or Pickleball gear, our Tennis Pro Shop is located inside the Anchor Lobby, and one of our friendly Anchor team members can help you to find the right gear.
Enjoy the Anchor Galley offering signature Hot Dogs, FlatBreads, Salads, and Fun Foods. See the menu. The Anchor Sports Bar specializes in Martini’s, Signature Rum Drinks, and Margaritas. Must be 21 to enjoy the bar area of The Anchor.
We are honored to be the recipient of a replica of the USS Oklahoma Ship Anchor, The Anchor’s logo inspiration.
The ship’s anchor stands proudly across from the new facility, directly in front of the Shangri-La Hotel, and displays the names of the personnel who served our country on the vessel and perished at the Pearl Harbor attack of 1941.