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Discover Houses for Rent in Tunica Resorts (Robinsonville), MS

Homes for rent in Tunica Resorts (Robinsonville) are less than an hour away from Memphis, Tenn., providing renters with plenty of attractions within driving distance of the community in addition to its local gaming amenities.

Things Tunica Resorts Renters Should Know

  • Tunica Resorts, a part of Tunica County, was once known as Robinsonville.
  • Tunica Resorts is home to a number of casinos and lies a short ride north of the town of Tunica.
  • In 1992, the first casino in nearby Tunica was opened, revitalizing commerce in the area after a period of economic downturn.

Tunica Resorts Tools

  • To explore the numerous entertainment options available near Tunica Resorts, renters can check out the Tunica Convention and Visitors Bureau website.
  • The Tunica Mississippi Chamber & Economic Development Foundation website provides information about commercial affairs and retirement living in the Tunica Resorts area.
  • Parents interested in living in Tunica Resorts may want to visit the Tunica County School District website to take advantage of its academic resources.

Ways to Play in Tunica Resorts

Tunica Resorts is known for its selection of nearby casinos, making the community a potential paradise for gaming enthusiasts. The Fitz Tunica Casino & Hotel, for instance, hosts live entertainment performances and sports 1,100 video poker and slot machines and 24 game tables. Gold Strike Casino Resort, on the other hand, has a casino floor that covers 50,000 square feet  and games ranging from craps to roulette. Renters who want to experience some of the South's cultural history can head up to Memphis and stop by one of the city's museums or music venues. At the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum, visitors can learn about the worldwide impact of Memphis music. The Mississippi River Museum presents a different side of the area with its Civil War and anthropological exhibits.