Beautiful little casino. Lots of slots and some tables includ. craps (limited open time). Parking lot for Free is on a slope so you will need some good leveling. The "RV Park" area is around the edges of the parking lot with w/e pedestals and is $15 night to hookup. There is a dump station in the back as you exit. Very dark at night (which I personally like) because they have turned off the parking lot lights. Don't know that I specifically saw security drive around but the area itself is secluded and quiet and we may look to 'stay awhile'. Quaint little city with an IGA for grocery and adequate fuel locations, good tv and phone reception. Don't miss the views of the Mackinac Bridge from city parks in town.
This campground is located on the lower level parking lot. Rv area is clearly labeled. No reservations, just pick a site and go to the hotel desk to register. Sites are kind of close together, and have a view of the parking lot. However, the utility boxes, water spickets, and picnic tables are brand new. All back in sites, about 20 available. Also now open is a brand new dump station. The cost is $10 per night, cash only. No limit on length of stay. We stayed a week over 4th of July, and it was fairly busy. Arrive early in the day to ensure a spot. You could also park for free in the regular lot if sites are full. The casino is lakefront. You are allowed to use the pool/hot tub/fitness room with beautiful lake views. The friday night fish fry is $16/pp and was not that good. Convenient location just 2 miles from downtown St. Ignace. Wi-fi available at the hotel, but could not reach from the site. Ladies get $5 free play on Fridays. Free hot dogs on Wednesdays. Also free soda/coffee inside casino.
There have been improvements since the last reviewer's update. We arrived and followed the clearly marked sign for RV parking. The casino has installed 21 brand new hookups along two sides of the parking lot. Each spot has a new 20/30/50 amp pedestal and a water spigot....but as of August 16, 2011, they had not turned on the water. We backed in, plugged in, and went to the casino's hotel check-in desk to register. They took our name and vehicle data, and asked us how long we wished to stay. Get this.....it's all free! We stayed 3 days and visited the area and the casino.
There is a garbage dumpster available, but I saw no dump station. I'm not certain this qualifies as just "overnight parking" or a full-fledged "RV campground".....probaly somewhere in the middle. During our stay, the RV hookups were about half full. Also, some RVers just pulled into the lot and spent the night without plugging in. The lot is plenty big, and reasonably level.
My favorite game is craps. The casino had one craps table that only opened beginning at 6 pm. There weren't many people at the table when I played....but the minimum bet is only $2! It's been a long time since I've seen that.