Overnight RV Parking IS Allowed.
Seneca Allegany CasinoHot
Turn left on drive going in front of casino and park in area farthest from casino. Large vehicle markings on pavement.
- Video Poker
- Table Games
Our first stay
Our Allstays app indicated boondocking was permitted, so we gave it a try. There were 2 other rigs there our first night. Since we wanted to do some things in the area, we asked 3 different security guards if it would be OK to drop our fifth wheel; all said yes. So after breakfast in the casino, we disconnected and went out to explore Ellicottville and Jamestown.
The lot was very large, and you are supposed to park all the way in the back. You'll need to level your rig. There is a bus shelter there and you can call for a ride to the casino if you would rather not walk. We ended up staying two nights and my husband won some pocket change both nights, so that made for happy campers!
Signs say No, but Security said OK
(April 2016) We pulled in to the Casino lot (not Bingo Hall) and headed to the back corner where we saw loads of RVs. After we set up and walked about the lot, noticed signs saying NO RVs in lot. Phoned Security and they said provided we were in the far end of the lot we'd be ok. Lot is paved but angled so we needed boards on one side to level. Parking lot is right next to highway, but traffic is so light on it that there was no noise issue. Not too many security cameras or indication of security during our stay. (And all the RVs we saw when we pulled in were from an RV show and the dealer was actually taking them away.) Casino is Native American and smoking allowed.
Seneca Allegany Casino - Salamanca
I visited the Casino on 7/25/2011. This venue is split into 2 parts. One part is a Hotel, Casino, and Event Center, and one part a Bingo Hall and POKER ROOM.
The Hotel, Casino, and Event Center is located just off I-86 ( exit 20 ) at State Road 417. There exits a gravel lot used as parking for oversized vehicles.
The Bingo Hall is located approx 1 mile east on SR 417. At the Bingo Hall there is a Truck Stop with parking, an unused looking building ( across the street from the Bingo Hall ) with a large asphalt parking lot - where I spent the night, and a gravel lot west of the Bingo Hall ( next to a library ).
When I asked security about overnight parking I was directed to the gravel lot near the Bingo Hall, being told it was a quiet location where no trucks idle.