Huge casino complex. Numerous parking lots. No signage or personnel directing folks where to park We chose to park our two forty foot rigs with toads, in one of the lower lots located between the two fire departments. This lot was completely empty and appeared unused. Although it was sloped in both directions, we found an area within this lot that would work well for both rigs. When we checked in with security we had to move, and the only lot we could use consisted of a small dirt parking area at very top of the resort (hence the referenced good views). While the views were nice, it was a real challenge to find two spots in this lot that would allow us to get "almost" level. Smaller rigs would have no problem in this lot, but it definitely was not for larger rigs. We pleaded with several levels of "higher ups" asking them to make an exception to their "policy" to no avail. We were made to feel like they really didn't want RV's in their facility. It's a bit out of the way if your'e traveling the I-5 corridor, and certainly for us was not worth the detour.