Spent 2 nights here May 30/31 2019 Parked in area H Did encounter some truck parking with engines running 24hr. We were able to move far enough out of the way . Security said you could park most anywhere as long as it was away from car parking spots. Casino was very generous for first time player card sign-up -each person received $20 then if you gave them e-mail you got an additional $10--total $30 free play. Slots were fairly generous. Second day we went up and watched greyhound dog racing-only bet on 2 races. Best deal was $1.00 hot dog $1.00 pretzel $1.00 beer and $1.00 popcorn no charge to watch the dogs run
We were directed by Guest Services to park in area B, a nice flat, quiet area to side of casino.
Greyhound racing during the afternoon was fun, followed by a really good Buffet dinner in the casino.
Plenty of slots and a few gaming tables, but luck was not with us here, although we did register and get $25 free play each.
This is a modest-sized casino with slots and table games. We saw other RVs parked in section C, so that is where we parked. There didn't seem to be a need to check in with anyone. Very level. NIce and quiet overnight. Easy walk to casino. Casino personnel were very friendly.
One thing we always like about dry camping at casinos is the ability to pull in late at night and still have eating options. Not so much here. The Pointe, their steak house, was closed (Monday night of Columbus Day weekend). The buffet had already closed. Our only options were the deli and the pizzeria. We had pizza, which was okay.
The approach road we took, following GPS instructions, was a minor road; could be a challenge in something bigger. Still, overall a very handy spot for a quiet night stopover with some gaming activity.