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Arkansas Online Gambling

While Arkansas has not yet jumped on the USA online gambling gold rush approved online casino gaming entertainment in their state, there is pending legislation would regulate online casinos in the State of Arkansas and make it legal to gamble online in AR.

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Arkansas Gambling

Arkansan Gambling Information

Like most southern states in the United States, Arkansas has only limited legalized gambling and the games are targeted to certain niches. Most Arkansans view casino gambling as dangerous or immoral, which racetrack gambling and bingo are considered less morally gray.

Arkansas has 1 dog track and 1 horse track. The legal gambling age is 18 years old. Nobody 18 of age or younger is allowed to gamble at the horse or dog tracks.

Also, there is no lottery in Arkansas.

Arkanas Dog Racing

Arkansas has legalized dog track racing. The only pari-mutuel dog track in Arkansas is in West Memphis, Arkansas at the Southland Park Racetrack. Here is the info for Southland Park. Dog betting is considered a game of skill, as opposed to games of chance like poker, blackjack and other casino games.

Horse Racing in Arkansas

Arkansas has legalized horse racing. There is only one horsetrack in Arkansas at present, at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Arkansas Casino Gambling

Arkansas governor Mike Beebe is against legalized gambling, despite public campaigns to bring casino gambling to the state. One of the chief advocates of casino gamblibg in Arkansas is the United Keetoowan Band, a Cherokee tribe which is based mainly in Oklahoma. The Keetoowah band wants to bring a casino to Fort Smith, Arkansas. The native Americans believe they can employ 1,300 full time employees in a riverfront casino property. Interestingly, the Eastern Oklahoma Bureau of Indian Affairs office opposes the proposed casino, presumably because a casino would hurt business in eastern Oklahoma. Governor Beebe has left the door open to support gambling, if the voters of Arkansas amend their constitution.

Arkansas Gaming Commission

Arkansas Casino Gambling Rules – Official casino gaming rules for the State of Arkansas.

Arkansas Racing Commission – The official racing commision’s website from the Alaskan State government.

Dog Tracks in Arkansas

Southland Park

1550 North Ingram Boulevard
West Memphis, Arkansas 72301-2234

Southpark Park Racetrack’s phone number is (870) 735-3670 and the website is

Games Available at Southland Park: Video Gaming Machines, Poker, Race Book
Restaurants: Finish Line Restaurant, The Starting Gate, The Winner’s Edge

Southland Park is open Daily 10:00a.m.-2:00a.m., though the hours of Operation are (open on) Monday and Tuesday, as well as Thursday through Saturday from 7am to 12am; open on Wednesday 7am to 1am; open on Sunday 12pm to 6:45 pm.

Horsetracks in Arkansas

Oaklawn Park

2705 Central Avenue
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901-7515

Oakland Park’s phone information is (501) 623-4411 and the Oakland Park web address is

Games: Video Gaming Machines, Daily Double, Exacta, Pcik 3, Pick 6, Race Book, Trifecta
Restaurants: Concession Stand, Derby Bar, Home Stretche Sweet Shoppe, Oyster Bar, Pony Express Grill, Post parade Restaurants,The Arkansas Sports Tavern, The Carousel Terrace, W.T. Grigsby’s, Wiener Circle

Hours: Wed-Sat 11a.m.-11p.m. Sun 6p.m.-11p.m.

Online Gambling in Arkansas

Because of strict Arkansas gaming laws against internet gambling, many online casinos do not accept gamblers from Arkansas.

Lottery Gaming in Arkansas

Arkansas has no state lottery and lottery gaming is not legal in the state. Arkansan gaming interests are currently trying to pass pro-lottery laws. Arkansas Lieutenant Governor Bill Halter is the most visible advocate of legalized lottery gaming. Halter claims a lotto would be used to fund college scholarships in the state.

The Arkansas State Lottery would deposit revenues into a trust fund which would be used to create both 2-year and 4-year scholarships. Anti-gambling activists will oppose Bill Halter’s legislation.

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