I just called to verify their policies since we PLAN to stay there later this month (July 2019) I was told that parking is in Lot D (no mention of having to move for the weekends) We can stay 4 nights and there is fresh water and a dump. I will review the actual place after we stay there.
You can park in the paved lot D during the week, on weekends they ask you to park on the gravel area as it gets busy. You can stay 7 days. no registration or players card required. Id say they are pretty Friendly to Rvs here, and very few Casinos allow a week and ask for nothing. You could do an easy day trip to Vancouver from here.
RV rules changed in 2016. You used to be able to park over night in the back/staff parking lot. Now it's no longer allowed. They claim they want the parking for events. You now have to park across the busy street (no cross walk) in a gravel lot. We were there for 2 nights and observed that the staff lot was not even close to being full. If you want to feel like a second class citizen, because you are in your RV & not in their $200.00 room, this is the place to go :-(
We just came back from the Silver Reef and were very upset with the RV camping. My husband has mobility problems and the rocks in the strip across the street where we had to park was extremely difficult. The back parking lot was totally empty but we were told that the rules for the summer were "No RVs on the weekends." No exceptions. We were told that a shuttle service would be available to get us over to the casino but it is very hit and miss. We were there for a good 2 hours when no shuttle came around. When asked they said that they were usually closer together than that but we could have phoned over to security and they would have sent someone over. A little hard when you don't have a phone that works in the States. There is no where there to put your garbage either. We are not hard to please but this really was a too much. We left and came home instead of staying the number of days we had planned.