Overnight RV Parking is OK
In fairness I need to update my comments made May 2010. We were stayed here over New Years 2011/2012 and the buffet has greatly improved. It has undergone a remodel and the food is vastly improved.
Where the RV area use to be has moved to the upper area (GREAT NEWS). Its still a little tight because of all the curbs, but nothing like before. RV's are asked to park at the south side of the upper area. (Great view of the pacific ocean). A shuttle runs (not to often), but you can call for one via your cell phone.
We also got free wifi view the hotel from that upper area. Awesome!
(Mac, I sent 3 photos with this, if they didn't show, let me know how or where to send them)
Slanted rv parking but paved and can stay a long time. Slots tight,they have things for senior players to do. Very convenient shopping within a block. Can see ocean from parking lot and its just a short walk to the beach. No more rv parking below. We only ate at the deli and it was very good. We will return.
Report from Robert S., May 2010
We hit this one on a regular base can't beat the view or the location. Others have mentioned being chased out of the parking lot where it is posted "No RV Parking." Only once did I park in the RV spots and never again. It is impossible to get close to level in it and the access is worse. I always head up to the upper lot above the RV lot and never had a problem. The tour buses park up there and a local drops a truck trailer there too. Security has never bothered me and come around regularly. I did a drive through of the Logan Road RV Park nearby and I'll take the parking lot over it.
The restaurant has a great view but the food at Denny's is better and cheaper. It has really gone downhill the last few years. The buffet is marginal at best. Do your self a favor and eat in your RV.
Casino Camper Notes, October 13, 2009
I just saw on a forum where I participate that Chinook Winds has an RV park near by and provides a free shuttle. The park web address is: http://www.loganroadrvpark.com/
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