nice smaller casino but not free
this casino charges $25 for the 4 spots with electric and for $15 you can dry camp. most spaces are not very level, call ahead to reserve the flat spaces. i got my rig pretty level with leveling blocks on one side. you can stay for 5 days in a row. 40 miles north of seattle. a smaller casino but nice staff.
What they told me...
We stayed many times in the RV area over by the gas station. It was convenient and with your paid site fee of $15 you were given a few coupons. Over the last couple of years the coupons reduced in value but it was still a good place to stay. We were very surprised when they eliminated the RV area which had electric hook ups for each site. The whole area was paved over. I was talking to an employee and asked what the deal was. He said the Casino is leased and on Tribal land so they have no say about changes. The parking lot, which now includes the old RV area, is ridiculously enormous. They could never accommodate the crowd if every parking space was used. It's funny that some casino's perception is that rv'ers don't spend money. Most of us gamble AND eat and drink in their restaurants. We really liked Angel of the Winds but until (and if) they put in more RV parking we'll stay free at Tulalip or pay $30 at Swinomish on Fidalgo Bay where they welcome you.
Rv Campers are no longer valued
They have made further changes at Angels that show they do not care about RV gamblers.
Last fall they did away with most of the electric sites, paving them over. They do have a boondocking area north of the casino. They now charge $15.00 a night to boon dock. There are 4 electric sites which they now charge $25.00 a night. No coupon book either, With the addition of their hotel I guess they no longer want or need RV gamblers. Too bad - it was a fun place to visit in the past. Also heard there is a drug problem in their parking lot. Further they have tightened their slot machines (guess they need to pay for the hotel and also their fancy new Admin building).
Casino is smoky, food is terrible, they have restricted their comps. With so many choices within a 30 mile radius, go elsewhere.
In my opinion, head down the road to Marysville (10 minute drive). The casino there welcomes RV with open arms. Free boondocking (wish they would add electricity). Security is present frequently making you feel safe. Many more food choices in and outside the casino. Other things to do with your family. Better choice than being stuck in the middle of nowhere, at a place that doesn't value RV gamblers.
Changes made to RV sites - Soooo SAD! DEC. 2015
This use to be the friendliest place...., it's gone downhill as they add and renovate. We ate at the buffet as usual but my beverage didn't come until I was done with my dinner, stalling before dessert. Hard to wash down dinner without anything to drink, not even water.