Been rv parking here for years. Its quiet, Clean, and not crowded. You drive in, see rv's parked way out in back behind gas station/ store. See the "Go to the Hotel to check in" sign. You then have to turn rig around, drive back out, go to the Hotel, show drivers license and players card. Now it costs $11.00 per night, but it is lit and asphalt. I asked about the dump station being locked and was it useable. Hotel clerk said i have to go to the gas station store and just show your receipt/card to get the key for the locked sewer dump. Ok. an extra hassle, but doable. Husband got motorhome set up to dump. I walked with my receipt /card to store. No, receipt wasnt enough! i have to GIVE creepy attendant me drivers license now to hold, to insure i bring key back!! Had to walk back to rv to get my purse with drivers license in it. (If our black water wasnt full we wouldnt have hassled dumping there). Back to the store. Ok, got the key that was attached to a nasty, filthy piece of wood, used it, dumped, returned the key and got drivers license back as attendant gave a creepy smile to me. This is not right at all !!! Would have rather left money deposit for the key. We found leaving a drivers license like that, is a great invasion of our privacy. May not go back there anymore because of that now plus the creepy guy staring at me. We were Insulted as we have a new, big, quality rv, and are not the dirty homeless type rvers they want to protect the parking area from. We also saw others parked there without receipt card in front windows late at night . Not fair!!
Stayed 7/27/15. The casino has poor/almost no advertising along the highway. As you approach the entrance there is very good RV directions to the back lot. There are about 4 designated spots for big rigs and plenty of space for others in case those are taken. The lot is pretty level requiring one orange lego block for each tire on one side. There is a nice dump station and fresh water source at the lot. You must register at the casino hotel but you need a players club card # first which you will find in the casino. They offer 2 nights to stay at no cost and any additional nights need to be approved first. The gentleman that registered us said it is fine to unhitch and to leave the tag in the camper window. There is a gas station at the entrance/exit with an easy access diesel pump on the end for big rigs. The casino is nice. The employees at the restaurants lacked good customer service. Players Club card is $5 of free play plus a $5 chip for the tables.
BAD EXPERIENCE. In 25 years of RVing around casinos this was the WORST experience we have ever had. Have stayed here before but never "checked" in with the hotel as we were requested to do this time. Had to complete a form requesting we be allowed to stay more than 1 night. Was told to check back the next day before 1PM. Ate dinner and drank in the casino- played slots and in a poker tournament. Purchased food at the Mini Mart. Went back next day at 1PM, was told they had not checked with the Players Club yet and we could have to come back in half an hour. Was told (by a very rude hotel clerk) it did not make any difference that we had spent any money other than what was on the player's card. Very abrupt with us- "after all it is a privelege". We left and went down to Bear River Casino where we always feel welcome. Will not go back to Blue Lake Casino again.......
First go to pick up your free players membership card in the Casino. Second walk over to the hotel and register your vehicle with them .lot pretty far removed from everything else. Lot is flat, paved,decent size.
Also lot has lights, a water hose, RV dump station, and a flush water supply.
The restaurant has a number of more expensive items !