LOTS of Trucks - come and go, run engines - Packed .... I would say 2 dozen each night I was there -- not a Quiet place at all and I'm Sure all these truckers are not casino players! Security did come around the parking lot but never ask for players card or how long we were staying or anything - just drove around. Casino did have open internet and we could sometimes get it in the parking lot or go to the lobby. Stayed 5 nights to see all the sites in St. Louis - wonderful city ! Would stay again but don't understand why they allow all the Truck parking ? !
If you like sleeping at a truck stop, then you'll like this. The overnight parking lot is mostly for Semis. Trucks coming and going all night long with many of them running their engines. Only one other RV was here besides us. Lot is pretty level, will lit, and feels safe, just very noisy. Casino looks brand new, used to be a Harrahs and was bought in 2012. Ate dinner at Charlie Gitto's, an upscale Italian restaurant. Had the veal scallopini which was very tender, best meal I've had in a long time.
Planned to spend one night but weather held us over for one more. Great parking area and the noise from the trucks was not bad at all. Casino was good and then not so good, should have left after the first night.
This casino is well located near the interstate for a few nights in St Louis. Take the second exit on the roundabout to get to the big rig parking area. It is fairly flat. You don't need to register, but security did appreciate that I called and asked for permission. I stayed three nights and they said that was not a problem.
The casino seemed pretty average, lots of slot machines, with half of the casino not allowing smoking.
The buffet has lots of tasty offerings, but you need a big appetite to get your money's worth as it is nearly $20. I liked the variety of choices and that there were healthy options (eg. I had a choice of baked or fried chicken).