Overnight RV Parking is OK
Keeping things current. I agree re the small lot AND the drive in , down Senic Drive, looks really tight for large RVs. I asked about security and they said the parking lot is monitored . They were a little less confident about the RV lot although there are a couple of street lights right beside the lot. They also have a number of potable water taps sticking out of the ground .
The RV lot is small. Has marking for cars so each RV with slides takes up 2 spaces. Consequently there is really only room for 5-6 RV's. All spaces are back-in so have to disconnect. Might be difficult to turn around-depends on length of course. The view from the restaurant is spectacular and they have a beautiful cocktail lounge (serves food). If you tell them this is your wedding anniversary month they will add an additional $35.00 to your players card.
This Casino has RV Parking on a Paved lot overlooking Trinidad Bay. Beautiful views and water bibs! No dump Station; but there is one at the first rest stop going north!. It is Free! You should register with Security (24 hour lighting and Lots of Security!); join the players club and receive $10 Freeplay! If you are there on Tue and Wed, you will each receive another $10 Freeplay. Soda, coffee and hot chocolate are Free 24/7. $1.99 Breakfast daily (no tax or tip needed). Casino is about a block down the hill from the RV lot. The shuttle driver was constantly asking us, if we wanted to ride; but we loved the walk :-)!You can walk south about .5 mile down to a beautiful secluded beach with many tidepools. (CAUTION: the paved road is quite narrow in places!)Trinidad and the Humbolt Lab Aquarium is Free and welcomes visitors (1.5 mile walk or take the shuttle - WE WALKED and saw so much more!). The new Museum is FREE and a MUST SEE! Katys Smokehouse is EXPENSIVE; however, you can buy a couple of ounces of fresh smoked Salmon for $10 and walk to the beach to eat it :-). Don't forget to see the light house and take a walk up the old lighthouse trail! Be "bold" and you will find many public access points to beaches along Stagecoach Drive. I submitted several Pictures of thr RV Parking lot Experience. Blue lake Casino was bigger, more plush, looser slots; BUT.. no free drinks or cheap breakfast and the RV parking is a nice lot with NO view. It does have a Dump Station :-). We WILL definitely return; likely on tue & wed.
- report from Karen B, March 3, 2009
We didn't stay overnight here, just stopped to check it out. The casino is a mile down a narrow road. We don't think that RVs will have any trouble with the road but the turn up to the casino is fairly steep and at an angle which may be tight for large 5th wheels or big class As with toads. Follow the signs for RV parking. It's located on an upper level parking lot on the left across from the casino. It's slightly sloped - levelers are needed. It's large enough for any type of RV.
There are fresh water faucets for RVer's use at the grassy end and a rest area, a few miles north on route 101, has a dump station. (No fresh water so fill at the casino) We talked to the shuttle driver and she told us that they don't make regular rounds so even though there is a shuttle stop, you'd do better to just flag a driver down or call the casino for a shuttle. It's a short walk to the casino but down and then up a hill.
No need to check in and no limit on the stay for players. The casino is small but nice. Good variety of slot machines. One bank of multi game / multi denominational poker machines - 8/5 JOB. Friendly employees.
- report from Ginny, December 2007
This is a beautiful spot. We have been there without our RV. It is a beautiful spot in the Redwoods overlooking Trinidad Beach. Nice casino and great restaurant. We live on the east coast but have family and a home in NCal. We have an rv but didn't have it out there. Our family lives close by this casino, so we don't overnight. It is RV friendly.
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