Tunica Casinos Welcome Back Visitors

 Tunica Casinos Welcome Back Visitors

The Tunica hospitality industry is excited to welcome back our visitors. All 6 Tunica casino properties are now open for business. Careful planning and new policies have been developed by our attractions and casino resorts in an effort to provide a safe and enjoyable entertainment experience. 

The safety of our guests and employees are of the utmost importance during this time.  We ask for your patience and understanding as we all adapt to the new policies and procedures designed to keep us safe and allow us to enjoy all that Tunica has to offer. 

Please find below the general guidelines and what to expect when visiting one of our properties.

We can’t wait to see you back in Tunica!

The general reopening guidelines include:

Properties are limited to no greater than 50% occupancy. Points of entry must be limited to allow for guests to be screened.

What to Expect When You Arrive

Guests will be asked the following questions, and if the answer is “yes” they will not be allowed to enter the property:

  1. Have you been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days?
  2. Are you experiencing a cough, shortness of breath, or sore throat?
  3. Have you had a fever in the last 48 hours?
  4. Have you had new loss of taste or smell?
  5. Have you had vomiting or diarrhea in the last 24 hours?

What To Expect While On Property

During the screening, guests will be asked to use hand sanitizer and encouraged to wear a mask (which will be provided by the property) while on property. Note – You will be required to wear a mask while in public spaces at all casinos and businesses in Tunica County.

  • Valet discontinued, unless the property has a specific plan
  • No entertainment or special event gatherings
  • No promotions/table game tournaments
  • VIP areas and Poker Rooms will remain closed
  • Player’s Club will remain open
  • Gyms and spas will be allowed to open under the same rules issued earlier by the state of Mississippi.

Table Games

  • Three chair limit per table
  • Three player max on each side of dice table
  • Staff will sanitize table game rails and chair after a guest leaves


  • Six feet between guests
  • Slot machines sanitized at least once every four hours
  • Slot floor deep cleaned daily

Food & Beverage

  • Beverages may be offered to guests on the playing floor
  • Food service stations, carts, counters, rails, trays sanitized at least once per hour


  • Housekeeping room services offered at checkout only, or upon request by guest

Click here to open the full pdf version of the gaming commission’s letter.

Posted by Sherry Fowler on

Can’t wait to see you all in july

Posted by Sharron Cottingham on

Will be there at Goldstrike the 10 th thru the 13 th and wearing a 😷 isn’t a problem.I was at ease with all the safety precautions at the Casinos when I was there a few weeks ago.

Posted by JoAnn Basinger on

I miss Tunica. I work for the state of AR and Gov. Hutchison doesn’t really want us leaving the state just yet. I normally come in late March but COVID hit before my trip but I will be back eventually.

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