Take The Road More Traveled
With nine world-class casinos and big-name entertainers, it’s easy to see why millions of thrill seekers, high rollers and fun lovers made the road trip to Tunica last year alone. And, we have even more to offer visitors.
Along with the best gaming action in the South, our location in the heart of the Delta provides great year-round sporting, like three championship golf courses, indoor tennis courts, duck hunting, fishing and equine events. Emerging attractions, like the Mississippi River Museum at the Tunica RiverPark and the Tunica Queen riverboat, have become big draws. Plus shopping is at its best near the casinos and in downtown Tunica.
Some of the world’s best-known entertainers routinely appear in Tunica’s spectacular showrooms. Tunica’s live entertainment, combined with non-stop gaming action, luxury hotel rooms, spas, swimming pools and more, make Tunica the South’s favorite gaming and good-times getaway!
The restaurants in Tunica offer both variety and value, from huge all-you-can-eat buffets, to mouth-watering barbecue and fine dining in first-class steak houses and bistros. Plus, Tunica has some of the best out-of-the-way greasy spoons featuring all your Southern favorites.
Golf, Tennis & Sporting Clays
Tunica offers three championship golf courses that are challenging, yet enjoyable regardless of your skill level. Designed by some of the best-known names in the golf world, The Links at Cottonwoods, River Bend Links and Tunica National Golf and Tennis are open for play daily. Tunica National offers the only indoor Har-Tru® clay tennis courts in the South. And sportsmen can hone their skills at Willows Sporting Clays & Hunting Center.
Tunica has a history as rich as the soil from which the casinos rose. Tunica is gaming, agriculture, the Mississippi River, The Delta and the blues all in one! Just ask a local or stop by the visitor center to learn more.
Where History and Fun Intersect
The Mississippi Blues Trail is a series of historical markers and sites winding its way through The Delta. Five are located in the Tunica area. Make a weekend of discovering each, while enjoying the exceptional Tunica attractions located nearby. Begin your journey at the Tunica Visitors Center on Highway 61, and pick up directions, maps and additional information.
Its stunning architecture, impressive history museum and scenic nature trail make it easy to see why Tunica RiverPark wins so many travel awards. The museum features exhibits of the Delta, the Civil War, cotton, blues culture and more. Docked nearby is the Tunica Queen riverboat, available for afternoon and nighttime cruises.
Just 30 minutes south of Memphis, Tunica is conveniently located on America’s Blues Highway (U.S. 61) near the crossroads of I-40 and I-55 and within a day’s drive from all points in the Central and Southern United States. With the recent completion of a major expansion at Tunica’s new airport and the opening of the new I-69 between Tunica and Memphis, getting to Tunica has never been easier.