RV Parking IS Allowed. Very nice casino.
River City CasinoHot
Exit Germania Ave., 202B. Turn left at end of the ramp onto Eastbound Germania. Turn Right onto Alabama Ave and cross over the River des Peres. On the South side of the River des Peres, Alabama becomes Lemay Ferry Road. Turn Left at the first signal onto River City Casino Blvd, and follow River City Casino Blvd east to the casino.
From Northbound 1-55:
Exit Carondelet Blvd (this exit will become River City Casino Blvd), 202A. Turn Right at the end of the ramp onto Eastbound Carondelet Blvd. Carondelet becomes River City Casino Blvd at Lemay Ferry Road. Follow River City Casino Blvd east to the Casino.
- Video Poker
- Table Games
Great paved lot with TOO much of Curbing to manipulate RV +
Suggested to all who would listen: SIGNAGE NEEDED for RV parking in South lot; behind the Casino.
Security will Shuttle as it is a distance to walk to front of the Casino.
We were the ONLY RV for the night.
RV parking is now allowed.
Huge near level blacktop carparks at rear of hotel, floodlit and has security patrol.
Only drawback is overnight noise from nearby plant - just like being on a cruise ship!
Great casino, loose slots, plus table games.
Plenty of dining choices, but 2 for 1 buffet dinner on Tuesdays - terrific food choices here.
I just called about overnight RV parking and they do not have anything at this time.
In St Louis Off of I-55 one mile east. In March 2010, the new River City Casino with 2000 slots and 60 table games will be opening. Pinnacle is the owner and this looks very nice from the on line site camera. They operate Lumiere casino in downtown St Louis with no RV parking really available there, but this new site has 55 acres and large parking lots apparently. It should be checked out for free parking on the lots as dry camping. There is not an RV park at this site yet and none is planned that I know of at this time.
There should be more signs on I-55 to direct vehicles. This location is about four miles south of the Busch brewery just out of downtown St. Louis and just near the older suburbs in the St Louis area called Affton and still between downtown and I-255/270 which circles the metro area. Lumiere runs as a complete casino with many extras and lots of restaurants so River City should have plenty of what people want. They have spent a bunch for road access and more. It is right next to the Mississippi River and is a platform "boat" of 90,000 SF. This casino may be one of the leaders in volume but time will tell.