We arrived July 18th after reading the other reviews and were greeted by BIG signs everywhere we looked saying “No Overnight Parking” and as soon as we parked a security officer pulled up notifying us there is no overnight parking. Parking lot is very small with a back dirt area large enough for ‘4’ Class A’s. Went to Walmart 10 miles south with half dozen other RV’s parked there with no problems.
Good location on the way to the redwoods, parking is around the back on level gravel. 24 hours very nice security and easy. no other rvs the night we stopped so lots of room for us to park. cafe was closed when we arrived at 10pm, so no food available late at night.
NEW ADDITION- Paved roadway to the back of the casino for overnight parking. Also GAS STATTION/STORE at entrance with the best prices in Northern California (at the moment. They have an RV/Truck gas filling area- see photos. So easy to get in and out. The store is well stocked with a little of everything. Casino still small with limited food available. Overnight stays are limited to 24 hours but we have stayed longer while playing poker each night. Just check with Security and they make it happen...
Huge potholes greet one on entry to dirt drive though a paved road leads most of the way to the back of the equally potholed parking lot, Overnighters limited to one night for reasons unknown. Parking area has lights but not all work. Friendly security guy gave me the lowdown. Overall. place seems a bit run down though inside the Coverall structures that serve as the casino, things looked quite pleasant and bright. Entrance easy to find from highway but best to plug in one's GPS in case it gets dark. Highway traffic away from cities horrendous in late afternoon, then disappeared around 5.00 at Ukiah (Walmart parking lot full of homeless folks a few years ago)
Will report further on casino facilities or restaurant if I make use of them
A good overnight spot pre-redwoods and Oregon Coast. Made it in about 7-8 hours from Lemoore at speed limit including heavy congestion exiting Bay area on 101.
Just a marquee casino with slots and a very reasonable cafe. All the staff where very polite and helpful. RV parking is anywhere on the lot where you will fit. We stayed 2 nights and were the only rig. Had a quiet corner next to the creek and overlooking the vineyard. Tribal polce patrolled during the night and we felt quite secure.