Of all the casino parking sites in Laughlin, this is by far the best. It is located on the top off the bluffs opposite the Casino and has the best view of the city and the Colorado river. The sites are level and numbered and are wide enough for units with slides and toads. The lot is lit at night and security comes around regularly. As well, they have a courtesy shuttle that runs between the rv parking, the casino, the Tropicana casino and the mall. Or, if you like to walk, there is an easy walk on sidewalks from the rv park down the hill to the casino. We parked in the upper level and left our front curtain open at nights to see the lights of the strip. Remember to get your registration from security. They do check. Also, the price includes a free dump at the Tropicana when you leave. Dry camping at its best. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have parked on the upper/lower parking lot on and off during the winter months for fourteen years. We would pay the $7 a day or $35/wk for the view and security alone. The rear parking spaces are $5/day or $25/wk. There is not a bad space on the property. If you acquire enough points on your River Palms card - the site is comped. It can become quite windy and your motorhome will sway in the wind - but it is safe. We dump and get water at Harrah,s Convenience Store located about a 1/4 mile from the parking area for $5-$10 - Why anyone would want to stay elsewhere to boon dock in Laughlin is beyond our imagination.You obtain your permit from the security staff after paying at the River Palms check in desk. The staff are very friendly. The Tropicana is their sister hotel and the prices there are compatible - You can obtain water and dump at the Tropicana during your stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No longer free. I guess that went the way of the $.99 buffet. The sites are now $7.00. You have to pay at the Palms, then take your receipt to the Tropicana about a mile down the road to pick up your permit. Security patrols hourly, so hurry back and put your permit in the window or they will leave a warning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a paved lot with large marked spaces on a bluff across the street from the casino. There is no signage whatsoever. Get to it from Thomas Edison Drive, about 50 feet from where it meets Casino Drive. It is free. Pick your spot, then drive to the casino Security office with your RV registration and proof of insurance. Probably a third of the sites are on the edge of the bluff overlooking the city, with spectacular views. Sites are mostly level, and there is room for any size rig. You can stay for as long as you want, you just need to re-register every two weeks. We camped here in a Motorhome.