This listing should be revised.
There is a new FHU RV Park, it has been open just 2 years,May of 2018, when I was there.They no longer allow overnight parking in the lot.It is well worth the stay,the spaces are level and wonderful staff. The landscaping is nice and will get better with time, They have all the discounts such as Good Sam and others.Heated pool & 2 spas
Free 24-hour shuttle to the Casino & Hotel, 24-hour surveillance,Pets welcome,Wi-Fi Internet,restroom with showers,Laundry room open 24-hours and Propane is available.
The casino has a fresh look and vibe,with free live entertainment on a stage above the bar in the center of the casino,very cool,loose slots,at least when I was there. The food offerings were very good and the prices were a bit less than other casinos in the area,the players card seems to rack up points fast giving discounts at the store and restaurants.
There is also the Pala mini mart next to the park,just a short walk,it has almost everything you would need and has a killer Deli,sandwiches, pizza that is the best in the Valley, all at reasonable prices,they also have fresh local produce and wines.
There is also a gas station there with angled pumps that are big rig friendly,easy entrance and exit. Check out their entertainment schedule - they pull in some pretty big names.
I will return soon.
A large RV Park is being built Just beyond the employees parking lot where the RV's use to dry camp. The security guard we talk to did not know if dry camping would continue to be allowed but probably not as there will no longer be any room. As it was we were parked in among the employee cars- space was tight with the construction. Casino is loud and busy- many many bus loads. Food prices are HIGH- $6.95 for a hot dog.... lots of restaurants though (10, I think). Played in Poker tournament and the players were loud and obnoxious to sit with-will not go back.
Dave received the following email from the casino:
"Thank you for writing to Pala Casino Spa and Resort to inquire about our RV parking. We do have an area outside the West Entrance Parking garage that you may park overnight. This area is located at the end of our Team member parking area and is available on a first come first serve basis."
"We look forward to providing you with an enjoyable stay here at Pala."
I just called today and they are no longer allowing RV parking due to construction. One needs to call ahead before going to the Pala Casino as things change every time I call. The last time they allowed one night and before they built the hotel you could stay as long as you wish
Visited Pala on 7/20/07. The road is somewhat windy but only about ten minutes to the casino from Interstate 15. Only two turn outs on the way to Pala. Use them the traffic was heavy. I suggest you go in the first driveway you can (before the parking structure) and then go down three or so rows, turn right and then go all the way back in the right corner by the horses to park. There is a dirt/gravel lot that can kick up a lot of dirt. Drive across the dirt into the South West corner of the second paved lot. Small area but it didn't get full until Sat night. If you get stuck being surrounded by RV's and little cars you can always ask and the security guy he will open the gate to let you out.
The buffet was good and they let us use the coupon for buy one get one free even though it was expired. Good selection of food. a quick deli, a noodles place and a steak house too. All very well priced. We went out by the pool. If you take your towels with you your fine. The pool is for room guests only but the girl said were fine as long as we didn't ask for towels. Quite a few kids but over buy the Jacuzzi is pretty quite. Overall a pretty good weekend. Hope you have fun!