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Overnight RV Parking is OK
Casino Camper Review, July 2005
We spent one night, along with 20 other rigs, in the parking lot of this casino in Chiloquin, Oregon just north of Klamath Falls. We were all on our way to a huge RV rally in Redmond, OR.
Don't even THINK about playing slot machines here. You may as well just write out a check to them and drop it off. The Video Poker pay tables were the worst I've ever seen. I'm not exaggerating. Imagine 8/5 Double Bonus! How about 6/5 JOB? Then there's Bonus Poker, it looks like an 8/5 machine, but then you see that 2 pair only returns your bet (same as 1 pair) so it's a dog too. No VP machine paying over 95% in the place, and many much worse. So if the VP is that bad, how do you think the slots are? My recommendation is to play at the Blackjack tables.
Two positive comments however. 1. They have a snack bar that makes good hamburgers and fries at a reasonable price. 2. They did let us park in their parking lot.
This is a great place to park and overnight and there is a truck stop on the premisises where you can hose wash your rig. There is also a restaurant in the truck stop that has some real good food.
The parking has a dog area, shade, and plenty of parking with no hassles. We didn't do anything in the casino except use the bathroom which was clean. I found the gambling area lacking. It held no appeal and we didn't try the restaurant however as a place to overnight this place is tops.
- report from Karen B., July 11, 2008
The casino has both truck and RV parking so it's not necessary to park with the tractor trailers. The truck areas are on both the left and right of the casino, unpaved and dusty. It's easy to overlook the RV parking. After pulling into the entry road swing around into the parking area closest to the main road. There are a few long parking spots marked RV on the pavement but this is a large area and you can park anywhere. It's fairly level, with big shade trees and grassy areas - nicer than many campgrounds where we've stayed. It's a little noisy because of the main highway traffic. The poker machines aren't as bad as they were in 2005 - 8/5 JOB now. They've also added a buffet but we didn't eat there.
report from Jim M. April 8, 2008
Kla-Mo-Ya Casino -Oregon on Highway 97 North of Klamath Falls. Stopped here for lunch on April 4, 2008. Beautiful area to visit. The parking facility is a large lot off to one side of the casino. We gambled a little and I won my money back before we left. The Deli has GREAT Hot Dogs- called "The Loaded" - it is grilled (including the bun) and has everything on it. The other Deli items looked just as good. Free overnight parking.
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