Parking is in NW corner of the lot, small sign directing says "RV parking". Flat, well-lit, small grassy areas for pet walking. Many dump trucks coming and going along outer edges of lot, use caution. Casino was very smokey, so we didn't dine. But they advertised lobster and steak every night for $10. Take rig and toad license plate numbers, go inside to security desk, get a parking permit and pop it in your windshield. This casino is located kind of on it's own, but the drive there is through much of Florida's plant, tree and vegetation farms, truly lovely. Old Florida at its best. We stayed overnight in a motorhome with tow.
We stayed here on our way to the Florida Keys. Rvs were parked in the back in a nice open area. There were some grassy areas where we could walk the dog. The parking lot is very level and well lighted. We saw frequent security patrols, though none stopped to talk to us in the parking lot. Even so, we went inside to get our permit. That was a short process, and we enjoyed knowing that we were officially sanctioned. The parking lot is an easy walk to the casino.
The casino is small compared to others we've stayed at in the northeast. Mostly slot machines, none of which we particularly liked. The big game seemed to be bingo; table games were few. there was a LOT of smoke to contend with.
We had snacks from the deli and a meal at the 24 hour Cafe Hammock. Both were fine and reasonably priced. The surf and turf at cafe hammock was a particular bargain. Not five star perhaps, but perfectly acceptable. We also had drinks at the hotel bar on the second floor. Perfectly fine.
I had a haircut at the spa; the young lady was not particularly expert. My wife had a pedicure, which also was imperfect.
All told, this is a nice convenient spot: nice, safe, and level.