The company took a $167.5 million non-cash impairment charge on the project, writing off the money spent on the casino before stopping work in 2008.
Caesars spokesman Gary Thompson tells the Sun Herald (http://bit.ly/IIGtvv ) that the project was halted at the start of the recession and will not be resumed.
Caesars announced the decision in its earnings report Wednesday.
Thompson says one proposal is to demolish property and use the left over materials to repopulate offshore oyster beds. He says a decision is pending.
Caesars says more people visited its casinos in Mississippi and Louisiana in the first quarter of 2012 compared to 2011 but spending per trip declined slightly.