Great over night spot on the way to the Keys. Got there around 4 pm on Saturday, 3-18-17. Went in and picked up a pass from security to display on the dash of our RV. Buffet was so so. By nightfall, you couldn't squeeze a dime between 2 people it was so packed. Power failure to a lot of the machines I guess to circuit overload. Slots were about as tight as they could get them. RV free over night gets a 10, Casino experience gets a 2. Get there early for a good RV spot as the parking fills up at night.
Great spot for a couple of days in route to the Keys or the Everglades. The casino is not much but the parking lost is fine. Park on the outer edge on the North West corner for the best spots. Fairly quiet durning the week but busy on the weekends and can get noisy. The parking policies seem to change on regular basis and don't seem to be enforced. Be sure to register on arriving at the security desk in side the casino and get a large colored permit to place in your window. Security currently allows one night parking with additional nights if you go in and re-register. This is not enforced as we stayed multiple nights without re-registering and had no problems. The rules seem fairly lax and it's kind of an anythings goes type of place within reason.
The players club benefits are $30 in free play, Buy one get one free buffet on Monday and Tuesdays. 50% off on the buffet on Wednesday and Thursday.
We are so happy to find this website and find this casino on your list. We are on our way to the Keys in January and couldn't find an RV park with an available space for an overnight stop. RV parking is in a large lot at the back of the casino, but an easy walk to the building. Grassy areas around for dogs. A security officer in a golf cart came by a few minutes after we parked, very nice, welcomed us and asked us to register inside and get a placard to put on the windshield...but "no hurry". We overnighted on a Friday night and went in for dinner, and when we came back out the RV lot was full of cars all around us, used by casino guests as overflow parking. On retrospect, we could have parked further back to leave room but when we arrived, there were plenty of spaces. Signed up for Players Club and got $30 in free play so had some free fun. Got some dinner coupons but they were only good Mon-Thur. That didn't matter because the 1st floor restaurant had a seafood buffet for $15.95 pp with the most amazing...and huge...crablegs, and wonderful peeled shrimp and coconut shrimp among other things. The crablegs were top notch...tasty, firm, chilled..and plenty of them. I was surprised at the quality for an all-you-can-eat buffet, and for the price. Smoking is allowed in the casino, and even in the restaurant, but the ventilation system took good care of it quickly. There are no table games except poker and bingo, but plenty of slots. It was a nice evening.
This will DEFINITELY be a regular stop on our way to/from the Keys.
It IS a parking lot, and there was noise throughout the night from casino guests arriving/leaving, and a car alarm started going off about 8 a.m. For a free lot, it was perfect for us. We felt safe and enjoyed the activity around us.
We stopped for one night on the way to Key West and for 2 nights on the way back. The staff at the casino were very nice. No problems getting our security pass to park overnight in the far back parking lot. Of course, there were a few semi-trucks coming and going all night.
We joined their players club and got a free buffet and $30 in slot play. The buffet was "okay", but nothing great. On the return trip, they asked us how many nights we wanted to stay. We went ahead and stayed 2 nights, giving us time to go visit nearby "Shark Alley" in the Everglades. Another person joined their players club and got 50% the buffet and $40 in free slot play. We walked away with almost $100 ahead this time. They also had a special $10 steak and lobster dinner. It was much better than the buffet!
We enjoyed it here and will always stop here when in Southern Florida.
We stayed here on our way to the Florida Keys. Rvs were parked in the back in a nice open area. There were some grassy areas where we could walk the dog. The parking lot is very level and well lighted. We saw frequent security patrols, though none stopped to talk to us in the parking lot. Even so, we went inside to get our permit. That was a short process, and we enjoyed knowing that we were officially sanctioned. The parking lot is an easy walk to the casino.
The casino is small compared to others we've stayed at in the northeast. Mostly slot machines, none of which we particularly liked. The big game seemed to be bingo; table games were few. there was a LOT of smoke to contend with.
We had snacks from the deli and a meal at the 24 hour Cafe Hammock. Both were fine and reasonably priced. The surf and turf at cafe hammock was a particular bargain. Not five star perhaps, but perfectly acceptable. We also had drinks at the hotel bar on the second floor. Perfectly fine.
I had a haircut at the spa; the young lady was not particularly expert. My wife had a pedicure, which also was imperfect.
All told, this is a nice convenient spot: nice, safe, and level.