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."
I found all the employees had a bad attitude beginning when i signed up for a players card. Didn't eat here and there was no incentive to stay and play. We stayed in the dry camping area but wanted to use their showers, laundry, etc. Was told we had to pay $5 @day to use any of it. Real noisy next to #101. Shuttle never stopped for us to ride it to casino. We won't return.
This casino is located right on 101 so it is easy to find. There is a full hook up RV park on the water; the free RV parking is on a dirt parking lot closest to the highway. The lot is level and access is easy and clearly marked for the RV park. Use that same entrance. You must register in the RV office where they will give you a permit for up to 7 nights. They provide a good trash receptacle and you can dump for $10 in the RV park. The highway noise is not bad at all. This is a convenient location; security patrols regularly so you could easily leave your RV and go out exploring.