A plan has been proposed to develop a Kansas state owned casino that would also
partner with an Oklahoma casino. The proposed casino would be located in the
southeast portion of the state.
Currently there are casinos owned by the state in Kansas City, Dodge City, and
Mulvane. Potential competition from Oklahoma's Downstream Casino Resort has
deterred development of a casino in the southeast area. The Quapaw tribe own the
Kansas gaming regulators are trying to attract a casino developer for either
Cherokee or Crawford county. The application process was reopened and the
required investment amount was lowered.
Currently, Ruffin Companies and representatives from the Quapaw casino have
partnered to plan a casino that would be built at the Camptown Greyhound Park
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