Overnight RV Parking IS Allowed.
Casino New BrunswickHot
, Follow Highway #2 (Trans-Canada Highway) into Moncton.
, Take Exit #450 (Magnetic Hill Exit) off the Trans-Canada Highway into Casino New Brunswick. It's that easy!
, You can get to Moncton by car, motor coach, VIA Rail and plane.
, If you are visiting us from the USA, just follow I-95 and Routes 9 and 1.
RV Parking and Camping Information
- Video Poker
- Table Games
- Poker Room
Very RV Friendly!!!!!
This Casino rolls out the red carpet for RVers! Ther is a designated RV area and you can stay up to 7 days!
It's safe, friendly, clean, decent restaurant.
The buffet is not very good, though.
Great spot on the way to Nova Scotia
Great Casino near popular tourist spots
Busiest two nights we have seen at any Casino - first night 17 RVs here, 2nd night 24 Rvs!
Good near level spots on blacktop, clearly marked RV spots, both pull thru and back-in.
Short walk to casino which has plenty of slots plus table games.
Choice of eating areas and bars, really good buffet at fantastic prices - dinner as cheap as breakfast prices.
Must register for players card and RV parking permit which is valid for up to 7 days. security patrols and checks each evening and morning.
Lost money but had a good night
Easy access off Highway - directly across roadway as you exit. Signs clearly direct to RV parking area (behind buildings). Several RV parking only designated back-in and pull-thru sites on paved surface. Parking lot is sloped so bring leveling blocks. You need to register for a player's card and advise of your presence within 4 hours of arriving. Allowed to stay for 7 consecutive nights but there are NO hookups. Parking lot rules indicate "Quiet" parking 24 hr/day - not sure what that meant as several Class A's and a 5er were running generators.
Casino was easy walk from parking area. A few table games were open when we arrived (4pm) but more opened as evening and folks came around. One dealer in particular made our night with his personality and demeanor. Buffet was ok but we found the food to be very salty.
Good parking area well marked. Excellent 'senior' benefits at buffet. Table games limited mostly to weekends except Blackjack. Careful with google location - look specifically for "Hotel Casino New Brunswick"