McAlester is famous for being the location of both the Oklahoma State Penitentiary and the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant – an explosive mix. It’s also home to the Choctaw tribe and the Choctaw Casino.
Like many Native American run casinos, slots are the main event. With nearly 600 electronic games ringing away, there is a lively atmosphere to enjoy at this popular destination.
A ticketing system means its goodbye to heavy buckets of coins. At the time of writing, in one month, jackpots totaling more than $1.9 million were paid out at the casino. That’s a lot of win per spin.
There are a handful of blackjack tables to enjoy here as well. Hit a suited blackjack of spades and you get an extra bonus worth $10. Three card poker is a recent addition to the casino.
When you tire of the tables, you can head for the Trophy’s Bar and grill, where both nourishment and entertainment are on the menu. Local country and western acts, karaoke, and big screen showings of key sporting events are on the program.
Dining is rustic and popular. Expect $3 margaritas, catfish, buffalo wings, slaw, and everything a growing boy needs for a good night out.
There are eight different Choctaw Casinos in the U.S.A. which all accept the Choctaw Rewards player’s Club card. You can use this to earn benefits including dining, hotel, and event vouchers, as well as VIP status and casino bonuses.
It’s old school. It’s sawdust on the floor. It’s loud, proud, and a lot of fun. Take the trip and enjoy the ride. You could have a win in the wild, wild, west…
The casino is immediately next to the McAlester regional airport on U.S. Hwy 69. It’s a 90 minute drive from Tulsa and two hours from Oklahoma City.
|Address:||1638 S George Nigh Expy, McAlester, Oklahoma|