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Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $1.00
We wanted to stay here on a hot July day because there was a pool and there was always the casino for entertainment in air conditioning. As noted by other reviews on this park, there are no reservations. We called ahead the day before to see if there were sites available. We were told there were and arrived about noon. We went straight to the park to check out the sites before trying to check in at the casino hotel. There were only maybe five other RVs (mostly small trailers. About 10 of the sites had large rocks blocking the entry to them. We backed into the only site that appeared be satellite friendly and tested it out. We had to use out generator because the electric did not work. We then went to register but found out that all the sites with rocks blocking them (and the site we were trying to get) were closed. The available sites looked very short, more lumpy than level, and not satellite friendly. This is another casino RV park built by someone who had no idea what a RV site should be (decent size, level, with well placed utilities). We did not stay. We camped at Clearwater River Casino in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $24.00
Not so great RV Park but then most casino camping parks aren't so great. Wish they would put a little more effort into this park. It could be a good park. Bath and showers need work, highway noise is really bad. But at least they have RV spots. We would stay again, just wish it was a little better. By the way, we left with $600 of their dollars! We camped at Clearwater River Casino in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $30.00
It was fun being by the casino. It was a nice camp site and we really enjoyed our stay. It was a short stay but had a great time with our dog and was a pleasant experience. We camped at Clearwater River Casino in a Tent Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2007 - $30.00
This is a small campground next door to a large casino. They don't take reservations. You are told to show up, pick out a site and go to the hotel to pay. My receipt showed 25 but I was charged 30 for the night and told they hadn't updated their computer since the new owners took over. Its a clean campground with some very old travel trailers parked on the perimeters. There is a small very hot laundry room in the campground. It's right on the highway, so there is a bit of road noise. The pool is very very small. The restaurant serves beer and wine and very terrible food. Of the three of us, none of us liked our meals and the server didn't really care when we told her. I'd stay away until you hear they have a new chef. At $15.00 for a porterhouse you would think it would be good enough to bring home for the dog, but not in this case. Ordered two, both medium, one was rare and one was burned. I would not stay here, unless you are a die hard gambler and I'd never ever eat there again. You don't get much bang for your buck at 30 a night. We camped at Clearwater River Casino in a Motorhome.Undo
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