Nation | Tribe: Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma
777 Jackpot Way
Park City, Kansas 67147
The Wyandotte Nation has been approved by the U.S. Department of Interior to build a new casino in Park City, Kansas named Crosswinds Casino. A temporary casino opened in Sept. 2020 while the Crosswinds Casino was under construction. When finished, the grand opening of the Crosswinds Casino will be in early 2021.
Crosswinds Casino will be a 20,000-square-foot casino on 10.24-acre parcel of land in Park City located off I-135 near 77th North. The location is 10 miles north of Wichita.
Crosswinds Casino will open in early 2021 with 700 Class II video gaming terminals. Poker and bingo are also planned but may be postponed due to COVID-19 safety concerns. There will also be 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 slot machines and table games.
In Sept. 2020, the Wyandotte Nation opened a temporary casino in a mobile trailer. All gaming machines are Class II video gaming terminals (VGT).
June 3, 2020
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.
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The Park City casino is authorized for Class II gaming where players gamble against other players rather than the house. Typical games are electronic gaming machines (similar to but not) slot machines, poker, bingo, pull tabs, and punch board.
800 to 1,200 video gaming machines (VGT)
Poker - TBD
Bingo - TBD
Bar & Cafe
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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