As other have mentioned the RV parking is located to the left as soon as you pass the main banner. Proceed past the asphalt parking lot to the gravel. There are no trespassing signs posted after the gravel. So stay between the asphalt and the signs.
They have on site garbage cans that are emptied daily.
It is quite a hike to the casino, but you can call them for a cart ride.
The casino is very clean, a good variety of slot machines, lots of entertainment going on. The food is great.
Please be respectful and only run your generators for a couple hours at a time.
Make sure to sign up for you players club cards.
Potable water: Free @ Love’s Truck Stop
Sewer dump: Free @ City waste plant
The title was more to get you to read the review. We stayed for five days December 1st through the 5th with our travel trailer. Let me just say this, there was no trash laying around, the noise from the highway was not bad however the noise from several in-considerate RVers with construction grade (loud) generators was almost unbearable (Thanks to others who used their solar panels and quiet generators) the location to the casino is a four minute walk, the lot as you can imagine started filling up near evening but there was still plenty of room even with 30 rigs. Security came through several times a day, so, all in all, it was good. My big complaint was those people that drove through the dirt lot at a speed that kicked up a lot of dust. If you were outside when they drove by you got a good dose of it and your rig really got dusty. It seems that those that drove through fast kicking up dust were also those that had the construction grade generators. I reconnoitered Spotlight 29 a much smaller and not as nice casino just a few miles away and they have a paved lot. I may stay there next time to avoid the dust. Stay safe out there, be considerate of others and leave your camping spot cleaner than it was when you arrived, safe travels.
As soon as you turn left to pass under the banner sign, make sure you turn HARD left again, past the buses and trucks to the flat level gravel space occupying about 10 acres - that's where you park RVs.
Short stroll to the casino, where if you sign up for a players card and spend $20, you get another $60 in points.
Good eating in the buffet, where the range of food and deserts is excellent and the staff are friendly and attentive.
Plenty of slots and table games and tournament opportunities too.
We stayed here in late Jan-early Feb for two weeks. No problem. Nice enough. There's some traffic noise from I-10 which you notice a bit more at night, but it isn't that close so it's not a big problem. There's plenty of room, and unlike what one reviewer found a few months earlier, there was no trash or mess. In fact now they have a couple trash barrels which get emptied each day, although with 25-30 rigs here now they do get filled up.
There's a free dump just a couple miles away (rather amazing nowadays) and you can get water at the Love's truck stop, also a couple miles away. Shopping isn't that far away either.
The casino is nice enough, although there are no drinks stations and the only freebie beverage we noticed was coffee and powdered creamer from a cart. But then we weren't looking for any so maybe we missed something there. They had a great signup promotion: you get your club card, play $20, then you get $40 to play with. Payout seems typical, some good, some bad. If we'd played just the first two days we'd have said it was terrific payout. If we'd played just the last two days we'd say it was bad. In other words, sometimes you eat the b'ar, sometimes...
Lots of room to walk, and behind the casino near the hotel there's a beautiful area with plants and water features, plus some wooden benches which are actually pretty comfortable plus some chairs with nice thick cushions. Also fruit trees, although the remaining grapefruit were just out of reach. :)