February 17, 2021 - reviewed by Sunny
NO LONGER ALLOWING RV’s
We found a great parking spot for the night. Got all tucked in for the night. Just as we fell asleep, a loud knock on the door.
Yep they’re no longer allowing RV’s on their property.
March 13, 2020 - reviewed by EjP
Great But Crowded
Free. Go around to a paved lot like a Pilot. Lots of Semi’s. All pull through spots. If smaller rigs pull up, then another small rig can share the same parking slot. Do Not put out slides or lawn chairs etc. Do Not Park in lots where signage states ‘No RV or Semi’. Do Not Park in the dirt.
April 25, 2019 - reviewed by Amber
Great Place To Stay A Night
Drive around the perimeter of the casino until you see the trucks and RVs parked on pavement, rest stop style. Nice, well-kept area. We felt very safe at this free, big rig & RV parking lot at the casino.
December 19, 2018 - reviewed by Vince Bryan
Its Great Here.
So, dont try to park in the dirt. Keep driving around the parking lot. They made a special lot for just RVs and rigs. Quiet. Nobody bothers you. Tribal police just dont want you on the dirt by the freeway. Its very safe and quiet here. No rigs running and no generators. Just find the designated RV area and you'll be fine.
March 16, 2018 - reviewed by Ace
Do Not Stay Here!
Do Not park in the dirt by the freeway. I was visited by the Gaila River Police and told to leave. He told me my RV would be towed if I stayed. I didn't push the issue. There is RV/Truck parking in the lot. I didn't stay the night.
December 9, 2016 - reviewed by Debjam
Just a dirt lot with a few other RVs and trucks, but it's free! Next to freeway, so noisy. No need to check in with anyone, just park by the freeway sign to the north. Also on the road to outlet mall, so lots of traffic. Good for 1 or 2 nights.