Red Wind Casino

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Red Wind Casino

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Overnight RV parking is OK - limited space, see full report
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September, 2008

from reader Karen B., September, 2008
The RV parking is in the back of the lot near the parking garage. One lane of spaces has been marked with extra long lines. These fill up fast in the afternoon, mostly with cars, so if you want to stop here plan on an early or late arrival. On the weekends you may not be able to find a space anywhere. There are some regular spots close to the road where the casino parks shuttles and small trucks. Smaller RVs can fit in this area but it's noisy because it's so close to the road. It's  a short walk to the casino but there's also a shuttle that runs continuously through the lot. The casino is busy but large enough to not feel crowded - plenty of all types of slot machines and roomy aisles. No good paying VP though.

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September, 2008

report from James M., September, 2008

Driving Directions
I-5 going South from Seattle area
- I-5 South
- Off at 116 Exit, Old Nisqually Rd
- Turn left over the bridge
- Follow the road 3.8 miles
- Turn Left on Reservation Rd
- Go 2.7 miles to the T intersection (Hwy 510)
- Turn Left and go 1.3 miles to the casino
(on your right)
Driving Directions
I-5 going North from Portland area
- I-5 North
- Off at Exit 111, Marvin Rd S
- Go straight through Round About to
Marvin Rd S
- Turn Right on Marvin Rd S
- Go 2 miles to Round About
- Take Hwy 510 East toward Yelm exit
- Go straight 6 miles
- Casino is on your right

RV PARKING: Has a parking lot across the street from the front of the casino where RV's and trucks can stay overnight- free. Doesn't attract many trucks as it is off the freeway a few miles. Usually quiet.
Just an empty lot- nothing special but the price is right and it is close to the front door. Lots of games. WE LOVE THE BLUE CAMAS BUFFET. Sun-Thurs $11.00 for seniors (normally $15.00) with a club
card. BEST PART: Unlimited Dungeness Crab and Peeled Shrimp. Yes, they have other offerings but we pile our plates high with crab and shrimp and just "pig out". Fri. and Sat the price goes up.

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