In my opinion, this is the best RV option in the Phoenix area. My suggestion is the Large gravel / dirt lot in the very back of the casino: 33.022965, -112.053348 This was the staging area for last year's construction so is very accessible for larger RV's and 5th wheel's. The back parking lot for oversized can get a little crowded and tight when larger trucks, busses and RV's all park in the same little lot. I would suggest (if they were to Ask) that they open up the gravel area on the south side for Trucks and put RV's in the west gravel lot -- but they never Ask !! :-) Currently there is no posted stay limit or parking restrictions and I hope we can all help Keep it that way by patronizing their Casino when we are there !! Lots of action inside with slots, video poker, BJ, Hold'um, 3-card, Paigow but NO Bingo. Movie theater and large 'event' center next door (walking distance) - Walmart, grocery and fuel all within a mile or two and only about 30 minutes to downtown. Several dining options inside including a Buffet. We'll return for lost of Fun and Games at our favorite Phoenix Stay and Play option !!
As of March 7,2019 there will be NO RV parking in the front lot. All rigs will have to park behind the casino in the "west" parking area. We were notified in writing about this change. Had spent 3 days in the front lot with no problems.
One of the few casino's in the Phoenix area where you can actually Free park. There are two parking areas on the south side of the casino - one in front on the outsides or a regular parking lot and one in back which is the actual 'oversize vehicle' area with the buses and trucks. We stayed 6 days with no problems or questions - in fact we never did interact with a security person (wish they would drive around more) . Still construction going on for hotel expansion and they did Not have shuttles but it's less than 100 yards from any parking area to casino door. Very nice casino with Very little smoke, plenty of food opportunities, no 'bonus' for new players and no real 'activities' (like over 50) or specials but we enjoyed the stay and used it as a hub to visit phoenix (since you can Not park at any of the casino's closer to town). Slots and cards (BJ - 3card - PaiGow - hold'um - flush) and drinks cost $5. Enjoyed it !
This is a good stopover. The RV Parking area had about 6 rigs there and space was getting a little tight for large RV's. The parking area is blocked on all sides with only one entrance/exit. The casino is fairly nice. We also enjoyed the family entertainment area. Watched a movie and had lunch there. LOTS to do for familys. We just missed a large carnival with free concerts.
We stayed here again a couple nights the winter of 2014. Pretty much the same, still had full pay JoB VP at the dollar level. The buffet got a major overhaul and is pretty nice; still has good food at a reasonable price. The Diamond Lounge has been moved to a former restaurant, larger and can seat more members. Still a good stop if in the area and getting to use Harrah's Total Reward points for food a big advantage.