We spent one night in the RV lot. It cost $15.00 but included use of the laundry, bathrooms and showers which were very clean and warm on a cool morning. We were also allowed to use a dump station at any vacant lot. The RV lot is hard gravel and level. The RV resort is located on Coos Bay. Very pretty sunrise. I recommend staying here.
$15 dry camp in big lot next to rv FHU camping site (don't know cost there). Access to dump and WiFi. FHU site very busy so was not able to drive through to use dump. Nice casino with regular tables and lots of slots. Dining seemed Pricey so did not try. Grocery and Fuel readily available.
NO FREE OVERNIGHT PARKING ALLOWED ANYMORE. Dry Camp/Parking Lot Camping in an RV is now $15 per night. You must register at the RV park and display your receipt in your window. This does give you access to the RV Park Showers/Laundry/Water Fill/DumpStation/Free Wi-Fi. Shuttle service comes around routinely.
We parked on the gravel closest to the casino and was too far away from the wi-fi, so you must have to park closer to the RV park. I would still continue using this lot despite the $15 fee. No broken down 'living there' RVs anymore. Very Large Level gravel lot.
(Editor's comment: Well that's a shame, $15 isn't bad for non-gamblers, but I expect a lot of people leave more than that behind in the casino. Thanks for the report!)
I Love this casino. I've been playing here for several years and 3 times dry camping in their open gravel lot. You'll need to check in to the RV Park to let them know that you're camped in the dry camping area. You can stay for 3 days and addtitonal days are available if have gambled. There is a casino shuttle that is available for those who don't want to walk the short walk to the casino. The machines are a bit tight but I have won enough to cover food and drinks with my wins. The casino is located next to Hwy 101 which can be a bit noisy. If you like try an awesome martini, stop by the smoke free lounge and ask for a "whitecap."