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Tunica Casino Reservations
Bally's Casino - $35 *
Grand Casino Terrace -$49*
Sheraton Casino $69*
Fitzgerald's - $29*
Gold Strike - $49*
Resorts Tunica - $79*
Sam's Town - $56
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Tunica Motel Reservations
Best Western - $59
Cottage Inn - $79
Delta Plantation Inn - $79
Americas Best Value Inn - $79
Key West Inn - $45*
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Tunica Resort Area
Tunica, the “The South’s Casino Capital,” is strategically located 30 minutes south of Memphis, conveniently located at the crossroads of I-40 and I-55. Tunica welcomes more than 10 million visitors annually, easily accessible from all points in the Central United States.
In 1990, the Mississippi Legislature legalized gaming as a job and tax creation strategy. Tunica’s leaders saw the opportunity for a new industry and badly needed job creation. The new law authorized gaming on a local county option basis for counties along the Mississippi River and the Gulf Coast. Tunica’s civic and business leaders put together an economic development strategy, and the “Tunica Miracle” began.
The significant changes to Tunica in the past sixteen years include:
Nine world-class casinos
Over 6,300 hotel rooms
Over 50 restaurants
400 Table games and more than 14,000 slots
More headline entertainment than anywhere else in Mid-America
- Over 140,000 square feet of meeting space
- Tunica RiverPark & Museum, a new $26 million attraction, providing a true Mississippi River experience, with the Tunica Queen, a 400-passenger classic river boat offering three daily cruises down the Mighty Mississippi, including a nightly dinner/entertainment cruise
- Tunica National Golf & Tennis, featuring a new 212-acre, 18-hole public championship golf course, 360-degree driving range, a 20,000-square-foot clubhouse featuring Murphy’s Grillroom restaurant and a pro shop, and four Davis Cup indoor clay tennis courts
- Two other championship golf courses, River Bend Links and Cottonwoods, making Tunica a major destination for golf enthusiasts
- Tunica Airport, enabling commercial aircraft to land in Tunica
- Tunica Arena & Exposition Center, Mississippi’s largest indoor arena featuring some of the nation’s largest equine shows and sporting events
- Tunica RiverPark Museum is one of four museums found in the Tunica area, including Tunica Museum featuring interactive displays with an emphasis on natural history, located on Highway 61 south of the resort area, the Blues & Legends Hall of Fame at Horseshoe Casino, highlighting the Delta Blues, and the Hollywood Casino’s memorabilia that houses the Mid-South’s largest collection of authentic movie memorabilia.
- Three professional Spa facilities: Golf Strike Spa, Bellissimo at Grand Casino, and Horseshoe Casino and Hotel Spa
- Veterans Memorial Plaza located in the Town of Tunica, featuring a seven-foot-tall bronze sculpture of three soldiers, flags representing each branch of the armed services, and plaques honoring the US veterans of foreign waters and the victims and heroes of September 11
- Shopping of all sorts, including Casino Factory Shoppes where you can find high-quality, prestige label merchandise at 30-70% off retail prices, more than 15 gift shops located within the casinos, hotels, museums, and golf clubhouses, as well as antiques, specialty foods and unique gifts found in specialty stores in the Town of Tunica
- Tunica Sports Complex which includes a new 38,770-square-foot Aquatic Center with an eight-lane Olympic-size pool and specifications for all swim competition, four 330-square-foot baseball/softball fields equipped to host amateur and professional-level tournaments, basketball courts to host local and regional tournaments, and a professional boxing facility for training beginners and pros alike
- Willows Sporting Clays, offering a realistic, competitive shooting environment in a natural setting
- Veterans Memorial Plaza located in the Town of Tunica, featuring a seven-foot-tall bronze sculpture of three soldiers, flags representing each branch of the armed services, and plaques honoring the U.S. veterans of foreign waters and the victims and heroes of September 11th
Memphis is the home of Elvis, pork barbeque, Rock ‘n Roll and the Blues. Spend time touring Elvis’ Graceland, the automotive museum, his private jets and the Meditation Garden where Elvis and his family are buried. Visit the new Smithsonian Rock ‘n Roll Museum, Beale Street, Memphis Zoo, Sun Records and much more. Attend a Memphis Grizzlies (NBA) game at the new FedEx Forum or a Memphis Redbirds (baseball) game at AutoZone Park.
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Located 35 miles south on Highway 61, Clarksdale was the home of many Blues legends, including W.C. Handy, Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters. Tour the Delta Blues Museum, housed in the newly renovated Clarksdale Depot. Your tour might include a stop at the Hopson Plantation for a glimpse of the Mississippi Delta agriculture. Consider an evening at actor Morgan Freeman’s Madiddi’s Restaurant or Ground Zero Blues Club.
In Oxford, located approximately 70 miles away from the casino resort area, you can visit Rowan Oak, home of William Faulkner. The town square in Oxford is known for its specialty shops, unique restaurants, and Square Books. Oxford is also home of the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss), rich with history and found on a beautiful campus.