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  • Tunica RiverPark & Museum
    • Tunica RiverPark & Museum lets visitors explore and understand the rich history of the Mississippi Delta and America’s greatest river. Since reopening in 2012 the Mississippi River Museum inside the RiverPark now offers multiple interactive attractions and seasonal exhibits featuring different aspects of Delta culture. The RiverPark also offers nature trails, beautiful views of the Mississippi, riverboat cruises on the historic Tunica Queen.

 

  • Gateway to the Blues Museum & Visitors' Center
    • “A must see for anyone even remotely interested in the Blues.”  Reviewed May 30, 2016 - The Delta is where the Blues began, and this is where you should begin your tour of the Blues! The layout of the museum basically walks you through the history of the Blues, with a number of interactive displays. Very well conceived and presented. I wish there was another one at the southern end of the Delta so people travelling north could experience this before travelling through the Delta - it's that good!

  • Tunica Queen Riverboat
    • Explore from the River’s Point of View

    • Departing from the RiverPark landing, the Tunica Queen takes you back to a time when the country was young and the Mississippi was truly America’s highway. The spacious 400-seat luxury ship offers brief daytime cruises behind remote sandbars and deep into coves where blue channel catfish, Asian carp and great blue herons are waiting to greet you. And nighttime cruises that include dinner, live music and dancing offer a romantic evening getaway.

  • Tate House
    • See how our past residents really lived. The Tate Log Home Museum isn’t the antebellum mansion you’d expect from the Mississippi Delta, but it’s the real deal. See the 19th-century beds, clothing and tools that folks in Tunica used back in the day. 
      Built in 1840, this dogtrot-style log house is the oldest structure in the county, making it a must-see on your list of historical spots.

  • River Bend Links​ Golf
    • Built in 1998 and designed by Clyde B. Johnston, ASGCA, River Bend Links continues to offer a fresh opportunity for great golf to local enthusiasts and tourists alike. Our 6,923 yard long, par 72 links-style golf course presents the only true Scottish links course in the mid-South.
  • And much, much more...

HOTELS, CONVENIENCES, SHOPPING & ATTRACTIONS

NEWLY RENOVATED

HOST HOTEL:
Horseshoe Casino & Hotel
2020 HOST HOTEL
Weekdays $59 
Weekends $145
Plus Resort Fee and Taxes
 
2020 HOTEL CODE
S03AAH0 (ZEROS ARE ZEROS NOT LETTERS)
2020 HOTEL LINK:
https://www.caesars.com/reserve/?propCode=UTU&action=FindRooms&groupcode=S03AAH0
 

ANY ISSUES BOOKING, CONTACT

SHOW MANAGER:

Tom Chasteen

gtchasteen@gmail.com  

706-483-3427

HORSESHOE CASINO OFFERS:
Spa & Pool
Casino Night Life
Restaurants - including 24 HOUR Options
*Minors must be accompanied by ADULT due to having to walk through casino to get to restaurrants.
Buffet
PET FRIENDLY
NON SMOKING ROOMS
LOCATED LESS THAN 10 MILES FROM FACILITY:
  • Grocery stores
  • Drug stores
  • Mexican Grill
  • Blue & White Diner
  • Guadalahara Mexican
  • Fast food
  • Gas Stations
  • Home Depot
  • Many Casinos - they all have Restaurants & food buffets
 

CAMPING AVAILABLE

*SITES BY BARNS

*SITES AWAY FROM BARN

*NICE SHOWER ROOMS

 

RESERVE YOUR SPOT

WITH THE BARN MANAGER

(Molly McGraw 205-616-2242)

OR ON YOUR

SHOW ENTRY FORM

CAMPING $30/NIGHT

PLEASE  BE ADVISED:

ALL DOGS MUST BE ON LEASH OR CONFINED

AT ALL TIMES -MISSISSIPPI LAW, FACILITY RULE

AND SHOW RULE

NO DOGS

IN ARENA