The new rules permit parking for a maximum of 48 hours,and are clearly stated as "no camping." Things like lawn chairs, mats, and BBQ grills are explicitly forbidden. RVs must park in the specially designated lot. All these rules are clearly spelled out on a large sign at the entrance to the lot, see photo.
Parking Area Description:
The striped spaces are only wide enough for a rig, with no slides. Of 32 spaces in the lot, only four could accommodate extended slides, since they adjoin wedge-shaped no-parking areas between spaces. That did not stop at least three rigs from simply taking up two spaces to extend their slides (see photos) and several rigs from using an extra RV space for their toads, so real capacity will likely be less than the 32 spaces. An additional eight spaces in the same lot are permanently marked "reserved" and are being used for the casino's shuttle buses.
We stopped at the Wild Horse Pass casino on February 11th,2017. The spaces for RV's also allows semi trucks and buses. The spaces are narrow. When we pulled in I noticed a few Class A's occupying 2 spaces with their slides out. We also took up 2 spaces and I was told as long as no one complained. I went to the casino and after winning more than I went in with, I asked security if they had a shuttle to the RV lot in which they did. Once getting to the lot, a lot more semi's had come in. Truckers were everywhere and the two on either side of us never complained about us occupying 2 spaces. Although I heard generators running the whole night, I wasn't bothered by it as we ran ours too. Ear plugs are wonderful. Over all, I will return.
its great when casinos keep trucks and rvs seperate. thats the only problem here and you have to expect a truck idles all night long. id stay at any other casino around phoenix, there are many and a much better experience for someone in a rv.
This place is just ok. RVs and trucks must park in a specific area which is paved, level, and well-lit. Spaces are marked and very narrow which is routine for truckers but RVers will find this to be close (very close) and uncomfortable especially if you are next to a truck idling all night. The casino is clean, very well-ventilated, one of the few that we've not left the building reeking of smoke. There is no buffet but we had two good meals: one in the food court, the other in one of the restaurants. Food service staff seem a bit bumbling and unsure of themselves. My conclusion: Management pictures this as an upscale place that merely tolerates RVs and trucks. Next time in the Phoenix area we will probably try the Talking Stick or another casino.
Stayed here on March 22,2013 in a motorhome. Large paved lot with about 50 parking narrow spots in rear of hotel. With steps out you were over the lines. Some RV's had all slides out taking two and three spots. Lots of semis with their engines running all night. No buffet in casino but had a food court and three restaurants.