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.
Followed the signs to RV parking in the back. plenty of parking, felt safe. security makes rounds. We did'nt check in but did gamble a fair bit, signed up for casino card and got 2 free buffets and $20 in freeplay. We went to the 2011 Miami boat show on fri and sat. about 20 min drive. Great place to overnight a couple of nights.
We followed the signs to RV parking in the back. I hadn't read the previous posts about getting a pass so we didn't check in. We stayed two nights. Security made frequent trips through the lot but didn't stop. Perhaps the rules have changed?
This lot is very popular with RVers passing through. There were 10-20 RVs parked both nights that we stayed. Empty before noon.
The casino is small and smokey. I didn't see any poker machines. The slot machines were all strange ones that we had never seen before.The bingo hall and the poker tables were very busy.
Miccosukee Resort & Gaming Stayed there on 12/29/08. New rules in effect for staying overnight in the parking lot. You must take your DL inside the Casino to the security desk and register with Security. They will copy your DL and give you a special pass to put in the front window of RV or TV. Without the pass, the Indian Police have the authority to wake you at any hour during the night and require you to either go inside and register or leave.
There were 23 rigs there this AM. Take the main entrance and then stay to the right, all the way back to the RV/truck lot. Nice lot with plenty of room. Remember, you MUST register with Security.