Overnight RV Parking is OK
Overnight RV Parking is OK
We stopped at Wildhorse Resort and Casino for three nights, with a reservation. The bad news first: all sites are pull-thru, however not all sites are equal. All twelve 50 amp sites are asphalt, level and have grass strips separating each site - nice. The remaining 100 plus sites are all pull-thru, some are asphalt, some gravel; some are more level than others; some have grass, some have weeds. All the sites are 30 amps only, and as stated below, are subject to low voltage brown-outs, or worse, power outages. The sewer location is at the extreme rear of the site – you will need at least 35 feet of hose to access it; the same with the water hose!
Now the good news; all this is about to change. The resort is in the planning stages to begin a major upgrade/renovation of the entire facility. All the RV sites are to be upgraded to 50 amp, grass and asphalt for all sites, a new, larger pool. The casino will likewise undergo major expansion – an additional tower, a 16-lane bowling alley, an expanded Cineplex. The RV upgrade is slated to be completed sometime late next year.
Parking lot use is OK! Many RVs and OTR people; just be certain your genny works, as summer temps can be HIGH - 101-106 the three days we stayed in the RV park.
April 22, 2016 Still allowing FREE overnight RV parking in "separate" lot. Level pull through ample sized spaces. There are over 30 RVs tonight. Many are parked with empty space on each side; few are next to one another but may be traveling together.
Parking lot is well patrolled, clean and well lit; although I only spotted one trash can.
Semis are parked nearby- but in separate lot.
Did fairly well on Slots; no promos for New Players.
We have camped here several times. The price is a little high especially since we do spend money in the casino BUT the sites are awesome and the staff is very friendly. The Wildhorse Casino is a fun place and their food is excellent. This is a great getaway for us and a siop point when we travel to the Southwest.
I stayed here overnight 6/2014 while traveling back home to UT from WA. I checked in around 8PM. Checkin was friendly and efficient. There is a discount for Good Sam's and others. The camping area had all utilities and hook ups with pull thru spaces. Being brand spanking new, there were no aesthetics like trees, plants, or other RV niceties, it was pretty bare. After setting up, I called the shuttle service with the number provided, and within 5 minutes they were at my spot to take me to the casino. This is a great service to avoid walking a fair distance late at night. I had a bite to eat at the fast food area, then went to the slots. The slots were very accommodating and I won the cost of the RV site for the night, the cost of my dinner, and a few extra $$ to boot. To say the least, I enjoyed my stay. The RV office did not open until about 8:30AM, and I had to return the key for the pedestal to the front desk at the hotel. Even if you don't gamble, this is a good place for an overnight stop. It's inexpensive (approx. $27 vs $40 at a KOA.), has all the conveniences, and friendly.
We stayed here several times, last time was September, 2012. The RV Parking area is now paved and striped. For Oregon, an added benefit is you can pump your own fuel at the tribal fuel station located next to the parking area. If you need full hookups, their RV park is an option.