We stayed here one night with our 33ft travel trailer, a little difficult to maneuver into a spot with 30A power, but we managed without too much trouble. The spots are close together and short, we had to unhook for the night, but for a free night we had no complaints. Went into the casino and were given a $5 credit for being a first time player in their system and came out ahead.
August 2019. Nice, small casino that provides RV sites with electric. There's 12 sites with electric. 7 are for vans and 5 are for larger RV's. Unfortunately, they are small and close together. 3 large RV's with slide-outs were taking up the 5 larger sites. The casino is on a busy road, and the RV sites not far from the road.
Tiny little casino and just as Tiny for the parking lot. RV's are stacked like sardines in the west parking lot. BUT - there is Free Electricity ! ! 4 pedestals with two sides each and both 30 and 50 amp outlets -- although other 'campers' tell me not All outlets work. Stay here was fine if you weigh the close neighbors with the free elec.. Good location for Pictured Rocks and Bay Furnace and other attractions along the southern Lake Superior coast. Fuel is next door, grocery in town, NO antenna tv, poor radio, AT&T phone and I cheated off the WiFi from the service station. Not bad for some gaming and good local attractions.
This was my first Casino Parking experience and a step up from the Walmart parking lots. Loved being able to plug in to the 30A service. I'm in a truck camper so the space was fine, but it is tight for the bigger rigs. I don't gamble, so I ate dinner instead to payback for the parking space. Buffet was available, but mostly fried food. Menu was limited, so I had the burger; it was decent. The rail drinks were weak, but maybe that's standard in casinos.
Overall, beautiful part of the country - definitely take the boat tour of Pictured Rocks.
This is our third year stopping by this oasis in the north. Free electric hook-up is great. We are 35 ft with a 16 ft trailer behind us. Lined up the rear tires on the edge of parking lot and let the trailer parked on the dirt/gravel behind us. Cute little casino. Lots of slots, about 10 card tables of 4 were open during our visit. Slots were average. No fortunes made. Had some of the best ribs I've ever had just across the street at a small restaurant/lounge called "Foggy's". They really did fall off the bone! Fuel & liquor next to casino. Restaurant in casino was menu only, but nothing spectacular there.