We pulled in at 9pm on New Years Eve. The casino was packed, and the RV lot had a lot of employee cars. We were able to park right along the Lake in nearly the same spot as the previous reviewer shows in pictures. The RV parking lot is not well signed - we first deviated toward truck parking, so when you come up to the casino, go straight through the stop sign, don't turn left toward truck parking. The RV lot will then be on your left. We thought this was a fabulous stay - to pull in on New Year's Eve and get a spot, we'd guess you could get one any day of the year. The view was fabulous of Lake Charles in the morning. The parking lot fills around you, so if you pull in and park, you are there until morning because you'll be blocked in for sure. By 7am the lot was nearly clear. The seafood buffet was worth the price ($19.99) - lots of crablegs, shrimp, etc. The buildings are "tired" but clean. Yes, its loud - the train will come through a couple of times a night and shake the rig, and the traffic overhead is constant, but all in all we thought this was one of the nicest overnights we've had.