Where are all the buses going?

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

If you’re anywhere near the Smoky Mountains, those buses are likely taking passengers to the gambling casinos in Cherokee, North Carolina. And if these passengers are indeed planning on doing some gambling, they’re more than likely heading to Harrah's Cherokee Casino & Hotel.

If you’re looking for something to do after a long day on the trail, head over to the North Carolina side of the Smokies for a little gambling over at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino. The casino offers all of the popular games including table games, video gaming, video poker and raffle reels. Denominations for most of these games range from a nickel to $100.

There’s more to Harrah’s than just casino gambling. Harrah's Cherokee is also a 15-story luxury hotel that includes two restaurants, a conference center, gift shop, indoor swimming pool, hot tub and fitness area. Harrah’s Cherokee also has live entertainment, including top acts such as Willie Nelson, BB King, Jeff Foxworthy and Hootie & The Blowfish.

Maybe Harrah’s Casino is just a little too big for you? Maybe you’re looking for some gambling fun in a more laid back atmosphere. Check out the Teepee Village Casino or the Cherokee Tribal Casino.

Not really into casino gambling? You could play a little bingo over at the newly renovated Cherokee Tribal Bingo center.

Either way, a casino gambling excursion in Cherokee is a unique alternative to the everyday hustle and bustle of Gatlinburg.

Not to spoil anyone’s fun, but you must be 21 years of age or older to enter any of the casinos.


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