Mardi Gras Casino & Resort

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1 Greyhound Drive
Cross Lanes, WV 25356
Local: (304) 776-1000

Mardi Gras Casino & Resort is located in Cross Lanes, West Virginia and is a racino (combination race track and casino) with over 90,000 square feet dedicated to casino gambling. With 1,200 slot machines, Mardi Gras Casino & Resort is also home to four restaurants and bars. Formerly Tri-State Racetrack & Gaming Center.

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First Turn (Casual/Café)
French Quarter Restaurant (Fine Dining)
One Eyed Jacks (Bar/Lounge)
Quick Bites (Appetizers/Snacks)


Greyhound Racing
Racing Book / Simulcast

Table Games

Three-Card Poker
Four-Card Poker
Let It Ride™ Stud Poker

Card Room

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Slots Options

Slot Machines

Casino Amenities


Other Amenities

Group Sales

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