Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort, located in scenic Cherokee, North Carolina, is rapidly gaining a reputation as one of the premier poker destinations in the South. The property opened its doors in 1997 with video gaming machines and has grown into a total resort destination offering over 3,000 slots and more than 150 table games, restaurants, headliner entertainment, shopping, nearby golf, a luxurious spa, nightlife and more. This gorgeous property is one of two casinos in North Carolina, owned by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and managed by Caesar’s Entertainment. The second smaller property, Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel is located in Murphy, NC. While there are many different games and amenities offered at the resort in Cherokee, a jewel of the property is their world-class WSOP poker event. (more…)
Rhythm City Casino Resort is a must-visit gaming destination located in the picturesque city of Davenport, Iowa. The resort features over 1,000 different casino gaming options that includes slots, blackjack, craps, pai-gow, live and video poker and many more games of chance. Gaming options at the casino are substantial.
Rhythm City also shines as an excellent family vacation destination with top-tier restaurants, a 5-star full-service spa, and a wide array of activities for the entire family. If you are looking for a world-class casino experience, you don’t have to go all the way to Nevada. Rhythm City Casino creates a Vegas-like atmosphere without having to fly to the desert.
If you are looking for the excitement of gaming paired with the relaxation of a scenic destination, consider the hot action in Arkansas. The state is home to two first-rate gaming and racing facilities, Oaklawn Racing and Gaming in Hot Springs and Southland Park Gaming and Racing in West Memphis.
When it comes to great gambling and customer convenience on the Ohio River, Rising Star Casino Resort in Rising Sun, Indiana has figured it out. Home to one of the top golf courses in the region, an award-winning steakhouse and a Vegas-style casino, look no further than this gem of property. After recently introducing a car toting ferry that transports guests from Kentucky to Indiana, and a full transformation to a ‘Christmas Casino’, we caught up with Ben Douglass, the properties new general manager, to get the scoop on all of the exciting thing happening at Rising Star. (more…)
The town of Deadwood, South Dakota was born in the heady days of the Black Hills Gold Rush. The discovery of gold in the Black Hills in 1874 and in Deadwood Gulch in late 1875 led thousands of settlers to the area, erecting a town almost overnight in 1876. Many of the most famous (and infamous) characters of the Old West passed through the town at one time or another. Outlaws like Jack McCall and lawmen like Seth Bullock spent considerable time in Deadwood, and the city remains an integral component of the mythology of the Old West.
Deadwood has a special place in the American consciousness, these images established by countless cowboy and outlaw dime store novels, films, video games, and television shows that celebrate the rich history of the town. However, times have changed and these days, Deadwood has been transformed from a rough and tumble mining town, to a world-class destination for casino gaming, outdoor excursions, historical tours, historic preservation and more. (more…)
If you are looking for a way to wash off the winter chill, look no further than a plush casino resort. Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the casino floor, many casinos offer indoor amenities that will rejuvenate your body, mind and soul. Whether it is relaxing in a sauna, getting a deep tissue massage or jogging on a treadmill, do yourself a favor and reserve some time for some rest and relaxation in one these top spas of the South. (more…)