Overnight RV Parking is OK
Casino Camper Report, August 9, 2008
This was our first visit to the Nugget and we stayed two nights. See earlier reports for more info as well. Lot 4 is well marked and is on the southeast corner of Stewart and Spear.
Very popular locals casino with some tourist trade as well. We ate the dinner buffet for $8.88 and it was good food, hot food hot, cold food cold, etc. Deserts were good, and I believe most are prepared in their bakery. Coffee Shop is good, and prices are moderate. We had lunch and dinner there. Video Poker is OK with quite a few full-pay machines.
If you go, don't miss the Nevada State Museum across the north west corner of Carson St. from the casino. It's only $5 for adults and well worth the price of admission if you enjoy museums. Quite a nice history of Nevada, Carson City, Mining, etc.
Report from Dan & Jenny, May 7, 2010
Our coach (40') was too big to park in lot 4, which can handle only rigs up to about 36'. Also the lot was full when we were there. If you ask at the Security station, they will let you park in lot 5. We stayed from 5/4-5/6/10.
report from Iris and Glenn, July 2007
Spent about a week there. John, the daytime security guy, was very nice. He said 3 days was approved automatically, just ask if you need more. After 2 days we had a note on the door saying to move to another spot as stay limit had been exceeded. Talked to John, and he said to forget the notice and he would change it to unlimited.
- report from Sean, July 20, 2007 http://OurOdyssey.BlogSpot.com
The RV parking lot is now Lot 4. Large signs on the lot indicate it is for RV's and autos, and other signs forbid trucks and buses. The lot is between Stewart and N. Valley streets at Spear, across from the Nugget Inn and one block from the back entrance to the Nugget. Signs in other lots direct RV's to Lot 4. Enter the lot from N. Valley St. The picture provided by Karen B. is a photo of Lot 4.
Security came by right after we parked. Per the security officer, they permit stays of up to three days. No check-in or permit is required. Generators are not permitted between 8pm and 8am.
The Nugget has a buffet, a steak house, an oyster bar, and a coffee shop. The coffee shop has a $5.95 prime rib special which we were hoping to sample, but it is so popular that the line was too long for our taste, so we ate down the block at B'Sghetti's Italian Restaurant, which was quite good. Several other eateries are in walking distance, including Thai, Chinese, Mexican, and steak venues. The Nevada State Capitol is just two blocks away.
- report from Karen B, March 2007
RVs must park in [lot 4] which is two blocks behind the casino next to the Nugget Inn. It's a medium sized paved lot bordered by residential neighborhood so it's very quiet. There's no check in requirement but a security guard does drive through several times a day and logs everyone's license plate numbers. Unofficially (info from friendly local) stays are limited to two weeks.
A few other casinos and also the Nevada State History Museum are within walking distance.
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