RV parking limited to only 24 hours plus you have to register with the security desk - hardliy worth the trouble. They will allow additional days with special permission if you gamble but a $75 a night RV resort would be cheaper.
Solid place. Rv lot is posted. You need to drive across the lot until you see the signs though. Plenty of room in the rv section. The casino is near an airport so there were airport noise. We came in for breakfast. Goof food at the grill. They have a buffet as well but it does not open until 10am. Free non-alcoholic drinks so I got my morning Joe as well.
Fairly level lot, lots of room in the south lot. Security came over right away to explain the rules. 7 day limit and gives you a tag with all the rules. Quite noisy with the the air/road/train/generators noise.
Stayed here for a couple nights. The RV parking area is a paved parking lot with plenty of room for RV's. One camper stated they had been there for over a month. It is a little noisy with a train and airport next door. The casino is okay, but full of cigarette smoke. $10 free play for new card members and $10 off food (one time). We enjoyed a good buffet for two for only $6 (normally 2 for $25) on St. Patricks Day. Food was real good (included Prime Rib). Even came away with more money than we started with.
Happened to stop here on Wednesday and the Buffet was 2 for $14.99. Mostly Mexican food, and all was good.
If your a Vet, the Tribute card (rewards card) includes a once a month free hotel room and $10 free play twice a month. Free concert tickets too.
Nice flat area for parking, I had a shuttle driver show us where to park as I came in the auto park area.
Early Morning airplane noise, but not bad.