A 10 out of 10 and the cheapest gas/diesel on the west coast
RV Parking Area
October 17th 2011.. The best rest in the west as I like to put it. I am told you can park in the casino lot for free but why would you. For $34 a night you get a 60' pull through with 50-Amp and ALL services including a beautiful BIG indoor pool and spa/hot tub. Make sure you get a players card for another 10% off at the campsite and 10 cents off the already cheapest fuel in the west. There is a free (tips are welcome) shuttle bus that comes to the RV lot every 5 to 10 minutes to take you to the casino so don't try to walk it unless you want to stretch your legs for a 1/2 a mile give er take.
Food was good value but no buffet Monday to Thursday during the winter months. Diesel was $4.05 for cash every where else but here it where it was only $3.73 so arrive with an empty tank and leave happy.
This casino RV area gets a 10 outta 10 every where you look and it deserves it. I stay here EVERY fall and spring and so should you.. Enjoy
We stayed here both on our way down to Arizona and on our way back in January and February, 2008. Since my husband is native Indian, the resort gave him a special discount (just show status card) and we paid only $23 /night for a pull thru. This is a beautiful resort, they told us it is #1 in Oregon, and #6 in all of the US. It really has everything (swimming pool all year, Jacuzzi tubs, exercise room, laundry, great showers) and we enjoyed it so much and will return often.
The casino was fun, lots of machines, great food in the Buffet. Never waited more than 7 mins for a shuttle bus to the casino. We also dry camped 1 night in their free RV parking, and was well lit, clean, comfortable, patrolled by security and the shuttle bus drives thru there very regularly. I totally recommend this to RV'ers.
The old Seven Feathers RV Park no longer exists the new one is open, but a little expensive for me. The Dry camp is still in place and the shuttle will come pick you up. I believe they are still using Channel 14 on you CB to call for a ride.
They do have a very good restaurant in the Casino. If you go in casino and get one of their cards you can get three cents off your fuel at the truck stop on the other side of the Freeway. They own it also.
Correction on one of the comments stated that the Casino is at exit 100, but that should be Exit 99 on I-5
Seven Feathers casino in Canyonville OR no longer allows the use of the small inexpensive RV park. They are honoring only those reservations made by last Aug 1. We are having to use their new RV RESORT, which will cost as much as we ever pay--almost $40 if we use our club discount and nearly $30 if we join their "player's club"--and that's during the week!
Too bad! However, the amenities look very nice.
Addendum to report sent a few days ago regarding Seven Feathers. We did get a space in the original RV park, as they weren't full of people who had reserved prior to August 1. We watched as they changed the sign from reading $14/$16 per space to $26/ space. I assume this is happening to prepare people to pay the $30-$40 for the resort across the street.
BTW, although we had made a two-night reservation at that resort, when we called to see whether we could cancel it, we found they had no record of the reservation. Good for us this time; perhaps not so good for someone else at another time?
I don't know how much of this info is necessary to share, but I would want most of it.
Stayed overnight in the RV park which cost $16 for a pull-thru site with all utilities and a small grassy area. Well worth the money and with a shuttle to the casino and a good buffet it was a good stop