As of April 2007, Harrah's is no longer managing the casino; it is operated by the Prairie Band of Potawatomi Indians.
"The $37 million casino entertainment complex encompasses approximately 63,000 square feet, and features 970 slot machines, 30 table games (blackjack, poker, roulette and craps and Let-It-Ride), a 350-seat bingo hall, Fresh Market Square Buffet, nation-run gift shop, and the Prairie Pub. Adjoining the facility is a 100-room hotel."
The casino is approximately 15 miles north of Topeka, Kansas on US 75, a four lane highway.
"RV Park offers 67 fully paved, pull through sites. Each site includes electric, water, sewer, cable TV and optional phone service.
Other amenities include two bathhouses with showers, restrooms, laundry facilities, 24-hour security and shuttle service to the casino. Pets are welcome and we also offer convention and meeting facilities in the casino."
The rate is $20; a casino card gets you a $5 discount. The discount can run up to the whole $20 depending on the color of your card. Good Sam discount available. Facilities are excellent, and spotlessly clean. Initially, the pavement was inadequate, considering the turning radius of larger RV's. That has largely been corrected. Friendly security personnel pick you up at the bath/laundry/shower houses and take you to the casino, and return you to your RV, 24 hrs/day. The food in the buffet is excellent and varied, with different themes on different nights. We've not tried the steakhouse. The grill is, well, a grill, with good buffalo burgers. Drinks are reasonable; coffee and soft drinks are complimentary. Many special promotions are held often.
Our luck at the casino has been pretty good! We always stay a few days when we are near. There is not much else to do nearby, which is fine with us. The tribe does have a nice veterans' memorial just west of the casino.