This is basically a parking lot with electric hookups. But it is a well maintained parking lot with well stripped and numbered sites. The first night is free if you have a players club card, which is not hard to get. Registration is in the gift shop. There is no water or sewer. Plenty of area for pooch to do her thing too. Nice casino to gamble, and the buffet was good. Constant shuttles back and forth to the casino were happening, though it was not that far of a walk. We will definitely stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was an incredible deal. A free night in exchange for acquiring a players card at the casino. The park was new and spotless. The only important utilities lacking were sewer hookups and cable TV. However, there was a dump station at the exit. This is obviously not well know since there were only three other rigs in the park. Apparently the rate increases to $25/night if you stay more than one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stay here quite frequently and have always enjoyed a free 2 night stay with our players card until recently they have changed the rules since the opening of their new (RV parking facility) I`m not sure you can call it an RV Park? The new facility does not have a bath house or other amenities? Now you can only stay 1 night for free on your card and then they want you to move to the new facility and pay $25.00 per night. We were a little upset with this new rule and will probably not go to Downstream as often. (they probably did us a favor anyway!!) We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here on the 3rd and 7th of July. Rate was really free, if you go to the gift store at the Casino and get a players card. There are 2 campgrounds, the original, closer to the casino and where the trucks park, or the new one just to the right of the traffic circle just 1/2 mile or less off the interstate. The shuttles run to the casino from both campgrounds so we stated at the newer one. Both are all concrete, great 50 amp, water and a dump station when you leave. There is a covered pipe that looks like a sewer connection at each site, IT IS NOT, it is a cut off valve for the water. The new campground is across the street from the casino convince store and fuel station. Decent price on diesel, and beer. Spots are level left to right, but some are uphill front slopping to rear. Other than that, a nice clean safe, (they have a security patrol) a cheap overnight. Also the food was pretty good in the casino. We always stay here going North East from OKC. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I gave it an 8 because it was free. This is no shade and it is rather noisy. Big trucks come and go, but it is a nice place to overnight. The buffet at the casino is rather expensive at $16. So with that said, the camping price is right. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Basically you park in a parking lot with water & electric. The spots are narrow but pretty level. Truck parking runs parallel to the RV spots so truck noise can be a problem. We were told that they are in the process of developing a new a RV park which will have electric, sewer and water along with a store & bath house which should be done in 2 months. It will remain the same price being the first 3 nights free. Casino, restaurants & the facilities were very good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our 2nd time through here and still enjoy it. The RV parking is just side-by-side in the back of the parking lot but it is a beautiful casino with very pretty landscaping. Shuttle service is always driving through along with security. Free for 3 nights then $15 a night after that. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Free for your first 3 nights, then $15 though it seems no one is checking or counting. Truckers leave their trucks running all night, so you might get some noise. Casino has very clean restrooms, also a fabulous pool and hot tub with shaded gazebos, which we were told the RV guests may use. Very convenient stop for folks travelling the 44 Highway. There is no sewer hookup but a dump station. Also, note that usually the water hookup is shut down in winter. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It is a wonderful overnight stop and our rating is based on that use. The casino, hotel and restaurants are all in one complex. They say you need to go up and register and get a players card for up to 3 free nights which we did but shuttle driver told us when park isn't crowded they don't check. He also told us you can call the hotel to get a shuttle to show up even faster since their routes aren't hard set. We ate at the buffet which was very good and I think only $14 with senior discount on Sunday night, including drink and tax. The only reasons I didn't rate a 10 were that people aren't cleaning up after their dogs in the grass areas. They need to put out some trash cans and a few of those little doggie-bag stations and I think that problem would be solved. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is adjacent to Downstream Casino and if you have a player's card, you can stay for free for 3 nights. It is VERY basic, water and electric. Nice pull thru sites and it has great access to highway. No showers or bathrooms. It does have a shuttle to the casino and the area is videotaped so it is very safe and well-lit. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It is a good place to overnight. This is at a casino parking lot. The casino does not charge for staying or use of electric or water. There is a 3 night free stay policy. You must register for a Q-club player card in the casino. The casino is nice, the majority of the gaming area is smoke free. Free music, the buffet on Saturday night was $18.99 food was really good. There is a shuttle bus from the RV parking area to the casino, so there is no need to unhook. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I would rate this a 10 except it is just a large parking lot with with electric & water for hookups. The price was great! You can stay 3 nights for free and the 4th night is $9.00.It is set off to the side and really quiet. We would definitely stay here again even though by the time we had dinner and went to the casino..it wasn't free anymore. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This really isn't what you would call an RV park. It is a concrete parking lot with large parking sites for RVs. It has good 50 amp electric and water. Sites are side by side with the utilities between RVs. All sites are pull thru. There is plenty of room for any size RV and slides. Our site wasn't very level, not sure about the others. There is a dump station. There are few amenities. There is no host, also no restroom or showers. Currently, there is no charge for the sites. There is a shuttle that comes by to take you to the casino. We camped here in a Motorhome.