Find local gambling venues, racetracks, and casinos ⇓ while in Louisiana. Gambling establishments are found across the entire state. Louisiana gaming is regulated by the state. Everything from table games like blackjack and roulette to full fledged Vegas style slots are served to anyone over 21. Check out the updated map below or if you would like to play on the web see Louisiana’s online casinos ⇓
Interesting State Facts
Louisiana is often praised for its savory and sweet Creole and Cajun fare. After all Breaux Bridge is known as the world’s crawfish capital. But the state has more to offer than gumbo and beignets. As a matter of fact, Louisiana is the second largest producer of natural gas in the United States, and produces more than one third of the nation’s natural gas.
Louisiana also boasts the tallest U.S. state capitol building. The building has 34 floors and is 450 feet tall. The state is also the only one in the United States that doesn’t separate its regions into counties. Instead, the sections of the state are separated into parishes. Throughout the history of the state, Louisiana has had five capitols: New Orleans, Donaldsonville, Opelousas, Shreveport and Baton Rouge.
The state also ranks second in the nation in total island coverage. There are 2,482 islands in Louisiana. The rich red in the state flag is a representation of the Native American tribes that once inhabited the area. Native American influences are still quite evident in the state’s food and culture. The state flower is the noble and delicate magnolia whose trees line streets in the Pelican State.
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Louisiana is famous for docked riverboat casino gambling that are open 24 hours and land-based casinos in and around New Orleans. Video poker is so popular that it can be found in gas stations, truck stops, and bars all across the state. Jackpots and winnings of $1,200 or more will have 6% withheld for tax automatically. Upon request you can file a state income tax return and some of the money may be refunded.
4132 Peters Rd
Harvey, Louisiana 70058
2235 Creswell Lane Extension
Opelousas, LA 70570