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Oaklawn Park Racing & Gaming

Slot machines: 1150
Features: Simulcasting, Slot machines, Video Poker, Electronic Blackjack, Horse Racing, Horse Racing Machines, Dining, Entertainment, Attractions, Shopping, Parking

Southland Park Gaming & Racing

Slot machines: 1501
Poker tables: 6
Features: Greyhounds, Simulcasting, Slot machines, Video Poker, Electronic Tables, Electronic Craps, Electronic Roulette, Electronic Blackjack, Limit Holdem, No Limit Holdem, Pot Limit Omaha, Omaha 8 or Better, Omaha Hi, Poker Room, Dining, Entertainment, Attractions, Open 24/7, Parking, Valet Parking, RV Parking

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Arkansas Casino Information

Arkansas has 2 casinos in which you'll find more than 2,651 slots and gaming machines. The minimum bet we've found at casinos in Arkansas is $0.01 and the maxium bet is $25. Click a casino on the left for more information on a particular property.

There is poker in Arkansas! You will find over 6 live poker tables to play at. You will find the following games in Arkansas casinos: Simulcasting, Slot machines, Video Poker, Electronic Blackjack, Horse Racing, Horse Racing Machines, Greyhounds, Electronic Tables, Electronic Craps, Electronic Roulette, Limit Holdem, No Limit Holdem, Pot Limit Omaha, Omaha 8 or Better, Omaha Hi.

Arkansas Casino Stats

Arkansas Casinos: 2
Cities with Gambling:3
Greyhound Tracks: 1
Venues:2
Restaurants: 8
Arkansas Slot machines:2,651
Poker tables: 6
Arkansas Minimum Bet:$0.01
Arkansas Maximum Bet:$25
Total Casino sq/ft:76,000 sq/ft

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Arkansas Casino Map

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Arkansas Casinos and Gambling Facts

Arkansas Casinos and the Biggest Casino City in Arkansas

Arkansas has a total of 2 casinos and pari-mutuel facilities at your disposal which are spread out across 2 cities throughout the state. The city with the most is West Memphis with 1 casinos.

Biggest Casino / Gaming Facility in Arkansas

Out of all casinos in Arkansas you'll find Southland Park Gaming & Racing to be the biggest. It has 1501 gaming machines and 0 table games. You can reach South Point Casino by phone at (870) 735-3670 or by clicking this link: Southland Park Gaming & Racing to see its information page.

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Arkansas Casinos & Gambling: 2014

Currently, the only legal forms of gambling in the state of Arkansas are horse racing and greyhound dog racing as well as something known as "electronic games of skill". These games can be slots made by Bally or IGT, virtual blackjack, roulette, craps, or even electronic poker tables where the game is played normally, but the virtual cards are dealt to a personal monitor.

One of the only two places in Arkansas where any type gambling is legal, is in Hot Springs, AR, home of  Oaklawn Park Racing & Gaming.  If you're unfamiliar with Oaklawn, maybe the name Smarty Jones rings a bell.  This is the racetrack where Smarty Jones got his start.

There is also Southland Park Gaming & Racing in West Memphis, Arkansas. Thousands of Arkansas residents flock to pari-mutuel (Dog/horse races) facilities during racing season to gamble on their favorite horses, but some residents still crave more.  So with competition form neighboring states the legislature has allowed other forms of gambling and even extended casino hours. Southland is open 24 hours a day now.

Southland and Oaklawn are on opposite sides of the state with no legal action in between them.

Aside from these two venues, the closest gambling casinos for Arkansas residents are either in Mississippi or Oklahoma, depending on your location, a short drive from most parts of the state.  Many residents are arguing its pointless to not bring in gambling to the state because residents are already spending their money playing elsewhere.  The majority of Arkansas residents that enjoy gambling just end up contributing money to the neighboring states.  This is revenue that could be benefiting Arkansas instead of their neighbors.

Putting the direct revenue generated from the casinos aside, casinos could bring far more to Arkansas, indirectly.  By looking at the amount of tourism and people that Oaklawn brings to the state every year, we can get a good idea of how profitable casinos could be in other parts of the state.  By legalizing gambling in the state of Arkansas, the state can bring tourism to an all time high, offering even more entertainment for out-of-state visitors.

Arkansas Casino Jobs

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