Confirming "Pay to Stay" pricing --
1 night / $10
Same as their other Casino "Q" on the west side of Yuma. Packed in just the same in straight lines one after the other.
No table games here only slots - very smoky - looks like they're trying to remodel a bit. Bad - unkept city roads getting here.
Pass on by -- Plenty of Free BLM land all around Yuma -- Lake Mittry on NE side and Sidewinder Rd and Ogliby Rd. on the west. Then drive in to gamble / shop / visit Algodones.
Great place to park ... level, spacious, some great bushwhacking and trails to the river for the dog, exactly one mile to walk to Yuma's Historic downtown. Parking lot adjoins a small park with an inlet from the river well-stocked for fishing.
Officially you are allowed 48 hours, but they don't seem to be very organized in enforcing that. If you show a Casino Card and play a bit, they will not ask you to leave.
We met some who said they were planning to stay a couple of weeks (???) and had no intention of using the casino, nor the dining room ...???? Sorry, those are the types who ruin it for the rest of us. .....
BTW ... breakfast special is very good for $3.99. Haven't tried the restaurant for anything else.
Casino IS very smoky.
We were driving from California to Arizona and just needed somewhere to stop overnight to break up our drive. We pulled in relatively late, after dark maybe around 7-8pm, so we didn't actually use the casino as we went straight to bed to be up early to drive the rest of the way. We also heard in other reviews that it is super smoky inside, so we wanted to avoid that. There are clearly marked signs directing you to RV Parking, which is a gravel lot next to the paved lot. There's plenty of room to maneuver and the lot was basically empty when we were there. It's always helpful when there are signs for RV Parking because then you know you're definitely allowed to be there. They do have it clearly posted that there is a 24 hour limit though, but we weren't even there 12 hours. Nobody bothered us, it was quiet, and the lot was spacious and no trees or anything. If you're going in the summertime, it is Arizona and it would have no shade. I can't comment on the actual casino or food offerings.