Now called Sevenwinds Casino, it is owned and operated by Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Ojibwe. A small, but very friendly casino with buffet, lounge, and hotel. Checked w/security and received confirmation that we could onp; no paperwork. Nice level lot, not too noisy. There is also an RV Park in the trees as mentioned before with 8 sites $25/day or $75/week, all with electric, water, picnic table, and fire ring. There is also a dump.
Wish I had taken a Picture - my apologies to fellow campers that I didn't. There IS an rv park with elec., not sure about water, and no dump - $25 night $75 week. I selected the Free parking lot. For overnight parking, make sure you fill out the 'overnight parking' form with security - easy to do at the players card desk. The rv park is in a Very nice shaded area away from the casino and would be a bit of a walk if no shuttle. Sites seemed adequate as to size and locations - all back in and far enough away from roadway that noise would be a minimum. Small casino with slots and blackjack - craps is open Th-Fr-Sa evening. The buffet was a large room with folding tables and cafeteria chairs - did not try the food, but you can get discount coupons at the kiosk. I played a round of golf at the adjacent course - very good Pete Dye course with 2 completely different nines - links vs. woodland. Would stay again if traveling through - don't know if I would make it a 'destination'.