Nation | Tribe: Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma
777 Jackpot Way
Park City, Kansas 67147
Crosswinds Casino opened to the public on March 2, 2021 (see video). The casino is located in Park City off I-135 near 77th North about 10 miles north of Wichita.
The U.S. Department of Interior has approved the plan of the Wyandotte Nation to build a casino in Park City, Kansas. Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Tara Sweeney signed the approval May 20. 2020 and the Federal Register recorded it June 3, 2020. This authorizes the federal government to transfer the tribe's 10.24-acre casino site located in Park City into federal trust for the purpose of gaming. A temporary casino opened in Sept. 2020 while the Crosswinds Casino was under construction.
In Augusr 2020 Kansas filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Interior in an effort to block construction of the Crosswinds Casino. The lawsuit is still pending and has been joined by the city of Mulvane and the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and the Sac and Fox Nation.
Crosswinds Casino opened March 2, 2021.
With the federal lawsuit still pending, the Wyandotte Nation proceeded and opened the Crosswinds Casino on March 2, 2021. The casino features 700 Class II slots and video gaming terminals. Poker and bingo are also planned but are delayed due to COVID-19 safety concerns. There is also a Bar & Cafe and a High Limit Lounge.
The Wyandotte Nation hopes to negotiate a gaming compact with the State of Kansas to allow Vegas-style (Class III) slot machines and table games.
Crosswinds Casinos is the fourth casino owned by the Wyandotte Nation. The other three are 7th Street Casino in Kansas City, KS, River Bend Casino Hotel in Wyandotte, OK, and Lucky Turtle Casino in Wyandotte, OK.
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Open 7 days a week
20,000 square-foot casino
Class II gaming
Must be 21 years of age or older to enter casino
800 slot machines
High-stakes slots room
200 VGT machines with red spins
Bottles & Bites Bar & Cafe - open 6 AM to 2 AM
January 16, 2022
CrossWinds Casino opened 10,000 square feet of new gaming space this month and added 300 new slot machines. The entire addition is smoke free.
CrossWinds Casino opened in March 2021 with 20.000 square feet and 500 slot machines. The casino is now 30,000 square feet with 800 slot machines.
Mr. Kevin Lien, General Manager of CrossWinds Casino, explained that smoking was one of the original complaints when the casino first opened. The expansion was undertaken to provide a non-smoking option and to also add another parking lot.
March 21, 2021
Since opening March 2, Crosswinds Casino has continually opened new part-time and full-time job positions. Although a job fair was held last week, there are open positions remaining in dozens of fields.
For a list of job opportunities and to submit your resume, visit Crosswinds Casino Careers.
March 3, 2021
Crosswinds Casino opened to the public last night after a 7 PM ribbon-cutting ceremony. The 20,000-square-foot casino has 500 slot machines. 200 VGT with red spins, high-stakes slots room, and a cafe and bar.
February 24, 2021
The Wyandotte Nation will open its new Crosswinds Casino next week on March 2, 2021. The casino is located in Park City, KS about 10 miles north of Wichita.
The 20,000-square-foot casino will offer 500 slot machines, 200 VGT machines and a high limit lounge. Poker and bingo will be offered at a later date.
Crosswinds Casino will feature Class II gaming, where palyers gamble against other players and not the house. The Wyandotte Nation hopes to negotiate a gaming compact with Kansas to allow Class III gaming, which includes Vegas-style slot machines, table games and other house-banked games.
August 16, 2020
The State of Kansas has sued the U.S. Department of the Interior to block construction of a Wyandotte Nation casino near Wichita. The lawsuit was filed last Monday by Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt in U.S. District Court in Kansas.
Last May the U.S. Department of the Interior approved plans for the Wyandotte Nation to proceed with building a casino on a 10-acre site located ten miles north of Wichita in Park City, Kansas. The casino land was purchased by the tribe in 1992
Other invested interests have joined Attorney General Schmidt in the lawsuit to block the Park City casino, which is 30 miles from Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane. Those parties include the City of Mulvane, Sumner County, Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Sac and Fox Nation.
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