We have been visting Two Rivers for several years. We like it because it is out of the way and small. We enjoy the "locals"..it is refreshing after the larger casinos. The spaces are large and private. They are $35 @ night for full hookups and cable in some spots. Wi fi is sketchy as is cell phone service. It is a Good Sam park. There are laundry facilities and showers. They should put some $ into improvements. We bring our boat and fish on Lake Roosevelt..the boat ramp is ok...but with the increasing traffic for the houseboat crowd it makes it tought to launch and retrieve. When we first started going there they had coin machines, but now is tickets. They pay ok..about like any other tribal casino. Better than Vegas the last few years for sure!!Food is a value..they have a breakfast special for $4.95 that changes daily and is more that I can eat!!They also have lunch and dinner specials with Prime Rib that sells out every time for $10.99 with the Sun Club card. They are closed Monday and Tuesday and Wednesday is their Sr Day with 4x points and cheap eats if your an old geezer over 55 ;-D
report from G. Englar, August 10, 2009
Two Rivers Casino in Fort Spokane, Washington...I picked up a card for this casino at a visitor center and since they advertised "coin slots" I thought we would try it. They don't have "coin slots" anymore; nor do they have a buffet. Restaurant with expensive sandwiches and some dinners $10 up. No free overnight parking but do have a spot in the boonies with electric for which they charge $15 a night. The regular campground is $35 since they consider it a resort on Lake Roosevelt.
report from A. Van, January 2006
RV park associated with casino. Casino is small and so so. RV Park is beautiful. 4 pull throughs – 2 upper and 2 lower plus many easy back ins near the Columbia River. Spacious park with much green & bushes. Paved sites and patios. W/E/S, 50 amp. Svc., Large marina also associated with park. Large luxury houseboat rentals available (800-816-2431); Central modem. No nearby services other than fuel/convenience store. $23/nite (2003)