Volleyball court, horseshoe, basketball, tetherball, playground. Free shuttle to casino.
Wi-Fi available (unsure if it's free)
Pets welcome, leash rule
Wooded area on the Yellow River, sites appear to be wide enough in photos and have nice grassy areas. $5 Turtle Bucks coupon each day.
Big Rig Friendly:
Showers, coin laundry.
45 sites, 35 full hookup (unsure if it's 50 or only 30 amps) 10 are electric only NOTE to Big Rigs; several sites on their map are shown to be 40-45 feet. We have no independent verification for "big rig friendly" so call ahead and ask about a reservation for a big site.
Types of Gaming
Table games include blackjack, craps, and roulette. There may be others.
Absolutely NO overnight parking in lot ... even if campground is closed (i'm here in April). Finally, about 10:00pm it was decided that we could park in the campground for the normal $20 fee but no 'services' were available. In the summer, this would be a Wonderful location. Just along a stream and they say Excellent fishing. FHU sites with 30/50 for $20, no overhanging trees although there is shade. Sites are close together so it would be very crowed and tight if it had 40% occupancy or more. Hookups are in the center of every two sites, so one person would be hooked up 'backwards'. Sites would accommodate a big rig but wouldn't say it's exactly 'friendly' ... sites not real level and you would work to back in if there was a neighbor (or go in front first to a 'backwards' site putting your hookups on the correct side) ... but once your in, it's a nice park. Good services (if they were Open), laundry, community restrooms, open WiFi and a more reasonable fee than other casino parks in the area, and it actually has scenery ! My experience, arriving 'early' (April), was stressful, trying to coordinate with several people who really didn't know what to do with someone in April ! Very small casino and not much choice in dining, but locals were here so maybe the payouts are ok ?