Cherokee Casino

73000 West US Highway 412
West Siloam Springs, OK  74338
(800) 754-4111
24 hours
  • Hours: 24 hours
  • Restaurant: River Can Café, Flint Creek Steakhouse
  • Restaurant Hours: River Can (24 hrs), Flintcreek (4 p-10 p)
  • Bar: yes
  • Hotel: future
  • Provides smoking area.
  • Plays live music.
  • Food and Full Bar

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Currentland News and Reviews

Lowdown - November 2013
[November 2013] - WEST SILOAM SPRINGS, Okla. – Several of the Cherokee Casinos prep to serve up slamming free concerts in November, while their relative house of rock, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Catoosa (Tulsa), lines up another month of top-bill talent.   read more...
Lowdown - November 2013
[November 2013] - Several of the Cherokee Casinos prep to serve up slamming free concerts in November, while their relative house of rock, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Catoosa (Tulsa), lines up another month of top-bill talent.   read more...
Trick or treat – a guide to ghoul
[October 2013] - Trick or treat, smell my feet, freak me out with a funky beat. Or a haunted house tour. Or even a haunted castle tour! No matter what level or what length you’ll go for the scariest shindigs, Currentland has all the ghoulish offerings you can stomach right here close to home. Get your costume on and get ghost!   read more...
Hot summer shows hit Cherokee Casinos
[July 2013] - The Cherokee Casinos are no strangers to good times,they’re also committed to bringing fantastic musical acts to the area. They are pulling out all the stops this July with shows from some of the most captivating acts, on both the local and national scene.   read more...
Cherokee Casinos cash in with shows
[January 2013] - With 2012 coming to a close and 2013 about to begin, most of us prepare our New Year’s Resolutions in an attempt to set the tone for the upcoming year. Cherokee Casinos in the area appear to be attempting the same thing, ensuring that the start of their year begins with a bang.   read more...
December LOWdown
[December 2012] - Step back in time and celebrate a Territorial Christmas in Guthrie, home of the largest Historic Preservation District in the nation. Take a ride on a candlelit trolley or browse decorated store windows depicting Victorian-era Guthrie with living displays. Take in the dazzling scene of homes decorated in early 20th Century style with the Territorial Homes Tour or marvel at the intricate costumes worn by revelers during the Victorian Walk Evenings.   read more...
The Arkansas Lowdown - July 2011
AR [July 2011] - July in Arkansas: Rockin' Roll & Comedy at the AMP, insects and music at The Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks ... and an enticement for Arkansans to visit Kansas & Oklahoma this month!   read more...
Dave Stewart: A man with a mission and a lot of success
It seems that all we hear about these days is downsizing, closing and lay-offs, but there is a man taking business in a whole different direction and it has bloomed into something amazing.   read more...

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