RV Park -- NO Overnight RV parking
Downstream Casino Hot
RV Parking and Camping Information
June 30, 2014
Stayed one night. Can't beat the price. Free water and 50 amp elect after getting a casino card (one night then $25/night). On call shuttle to casino. Quite and well lit. Building a new park. Don't know if it will cost or not, some say it's for overflow.
July 2011 stay
This was our second stay here at the casino. It is just a parking lot, but it is clean and free with playing card. Was not crowded and the security allowed us to put out our awning for a short time to relax after our drive. The casino is nice with plenty of dining options. Staff has been friendly and we will stay here again when in the area.
We stayed here on a Saturday night. Parking slots are pull-throughs with plenty of room. Hookups were easily accessible and worked well. Shuttles ran often. We checked at the gift shop and were told someone would knock on our door in the AM to give us a pass, but we never saw anyone. We were told of the 3-day limit and $15 after that. There were plenty of gambling and dining options in the casino. We did not find any WiFi coverage.
December 27, 2009
Report from PlugginFool, December 27, 2009
I spent a week at the Downstream Casino. The RV parking was a large concrete lot with one row of electric and water hook-ups, and spotty Wi-Fi coverage. There is no registration. Had 22 hook-up spots with an area three times as large for overflow and dry camping. There is free shuttle service to casino. All this supplied by casino property and under surveillance by security.
Thought the place was great. Some " visitors " had been there for months - in my opinion taking advantage of a good thing.
Report from Rick & Lucky Lucy
During our most recent visit in October, 2010, we noted changes in the Downstream Casino camping policy. The casino no longer offers unlimited free camping at their facility. As stated in an earlier message some campers looked like squatters taking advantage of the offer and abusing the privilege.
Free camping with hook-ups for water and electricity is still offered but limited to three days. Any time over three days is charged $15 per day. It must be working for there were fewer campers and plenty of spaces available. On a visit last year (Oct 2009) the place was full and some campers did, indeed, look like long term residents.
There is no registration or check in. A shuttle driver told us they keep track of the RVs and after three days the camper will be asked to pay a fee or move on. The rules posted stated the camper must have a players card for the free camping but no one checks.