Gambling opportunities abound across Oklahoma. Most casinos require photo ID to prove that patrons are at least 21.
West Siloam Springs, Okla.
The renovated 50,000-square-foot casino displays 900 electronic slot machines; 12-table poker room with Texas Hold Em, Pai Gow poker, Omaha poker and seven-card stud; blackjack room; Rivercane Buffet and Flint Creek Steakhouse; and Sevens bar and nightclub. A seven-story, 140-room hotel opened in June.
Downstream Casino Resort
This 100,000-square-foot casino and resort hotel is at the Kansas-Missouri state line. Amenities include a 12-story, 222-room hotel, spa and convention center; five restaurants; 18-hole golf course; 70,000-square-foot gaming area featuring 2,000 slot machines, 30 table games and 14-table poker room; and a 500-seat outdoor concert theater.
Buffalo Run Casino and Resort
The casino and resort has more than 70,000 square feet of entertainment including 925 slot machines; Joe’s Outback Casino; 14-table game room; Coleman House Restaurant; Joe’s Grill; Joe’s Saloon; High-Stakes Room; 100-room luxury hotel; and 1,500-seat event center.
High Winds Casino
High Winds Casino has more than 450 slot machines, including progressives; poker; blackjack; video poker; and Bedlam Sports Grille, with multiple big-screen televisions and satellite music options in the comfort of a state-of-the-art air-filtration system.
This casino has more than 500 electronic slot machines; blackjack; poker; and the Jackpot Grill with beer and pool tables.
The Stables Casino
This casino has about 500 Las Vegas-style electronic games; table games, including blackjack; an off-track betting parlor with coast-to-coast tracks; the Clubhouse Restaurant; and the Starting Gate Lounge.
Bordertown Outpost Casino
The newest Bordertown branch offers 265 slot machines and Three Sisters restaurant.
Wyandotte Nation Casino
Operated by the Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma, this branch of the casino features 500 video slot machines and six blackjack tables.
Grand Lake Casino
More than 900 slot machines, poker room and blackjack pit are available in a 45,000-square-foot casino, along with the Endzone Restaurant and Bar.
Osage MIllIon Dollar Elm Casino
The casino offers 1,000 electronic games, 11 table games, an eight-table poker room, a deli and lounge.
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
A $245 million renovation made room for more than 2,100 electronic slot machines, where Cherokee Star Rewards Club cards may be used. Poker and blackjack are augmented by live music, and there is dancing at County Creek and the Friction club. Eight restaurants and the C Note jazz club offer variety, and the Center Bar’s 80-foot, ice-topped bar attracts those who like to savor different flavors. The Cherokee Hills Golf Club is nearby.
RIver Spirit Casino
The 300,000-square-foot casino, renovated at a cost of $195 million, offers 2,600 electronic slot machines, 24 tables for games and 15 poker tables. Three channels show sporting events from machine seats. There’s free live entertainment in the Mystic River Lounge and dining in five restaurants. Shuttle buses run visitors to area hotels.
Although considerably smaller than its West Siloam Springs counterpart, this 20,000-square-foot casino in the traditional Cherokee capital received a $7.5 million renovation in 2006. There are 350 slot machines; five poker tables; three blackjack tables; and River City Cafe; and the Cherokee Trails nine-hole golf course is nearby.
Keetoowah Cherokee Casino
The Keetoowah band of Cherokees owns this casino, which features 500 slot machines. Beverages are complimentary. Ages 18 and up.
This 22,000-square-foot casino has 256 slot machines, six blackjack and poker tables and the Back 40 Bar and Grill.
With 614 slot machines and 12 card tables, this casino is attached to a travel plaza that includes a grill, sandwich shop, gas station and gift shop.
Eight tables of games, a poker room, slot machines and Main Street Cafe.
Choctaw Casino and Resort
This 800-seat bingo parlor also has 3,000 slots, seven blackjack tables, three restaurants and a 101-room hotel.
Choctaw Casino-Broken Bow
Broken Bow, Okla.
The Blue Moon Cafe with a retro rock-n-roll vibe offers classic milkshakes and slot machines costing from a penny to $25 a play, including progressive.
Hot Springs, Ar.
The popular thoroughbred track, open to ages 18 and up, offers both live racing in season and off-track betting, along with video poker, electronic blackjack and instant racing. The casino floor, open to ages 21 and up, has 800 slot machines with blackjack and poker tables.
Bordertown Bingo and Casino
This 73,000-square-foot facility offers a 650-seat bingo hall, 500 slot machines, 20 table games and off-track betting.