Overnight RV Parking is OK
Overnight RV Parking is OK
Solid, safe place we stayed at last Saturday and had the prime rib buffet for $19. Good, reasonable priced gift shop. Beatles cover band was playing. Grabbed players card and got discounted fuel the next morning. There was a strange encounter with a homeless or drunk who walked through the lot around 2:30 and touched our motorhome while babbling, but a Stern voice sent him on his way.
Off I-5 at Canyonville, 7 Feathers is an excellent dry-camp or RV park stopover along the freeway. The lower parking area (opposite Burger King) has large-rig lanes and is a short walk up to the casino. Free shuttles are also quite frequent. The buffet was very crowded so they had a "wait" line where one went to reserve a space - mine took about 30 minutes. They will either text you when a space is available or give you a pager for the same purpose. The food was much superior to my previous visit so gets a good rating. The tribe also operates a full Service Center truck stop across the highway from the casino (access underneath via a tunnel) with good prices for fuel. Overall, everyone seemed friendly but the casino proper was very crowded. Slots are slots - I won $0.43
Made wrong turn just after freeway exit - with benefit that this took me to the RV Park, connected to, but separate from, the actual casino. Once redirected, I found the North lot at the casino. Here, one finds free parking on RV-size marked pavement with plenty of room, far enough from the highway that noise was not an issue. Shuttles run frequently to the casino though it is only a 10 minute walk away.
Slots and games all look the same to me - I'm sure they gave me a credit with the player's card but can't remember walking back to the coach with a pocketful of cash
The buffet was very good and would have been excellent if they had offered roast beef. I was a little miffed because they ran out of fried chicken and the server told me it would be another 12 minutes to produce more - mashed potatoes and gravy just aren't the same without meat. Actually, I found some really good meatballs and made do with them.
As mentioned by others, fuel is available at a good price - this in the most expensive state I travel, so its a good idea to fill up, even though fuel in Oregon can be cheaper
Hit this casino on way down to SoCal and on way back. Excellent RV setup with good facilities. Got good rate on way down as it was winter $19/night. On way back it was more expensive but 20% discount with casino card helped. Very friendly staff both at RV site and casino.
This is becoming one of our haunts. All around a good place. My only complaint is that the dry lot spaces are not wide enough. When your neighbor crowds you so you can't open the door without hitting their rig tends to upset one.
For dumping and fresh water I go to the county park, Stanton, down the street, but they recently bumped price to $10 from $5.