Morongo Casino, Resort, Spa

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4 reviews
Overall rating
 
3.9
Total Experience
 
4.0(3)
RV Parking Area
 
4.3(4)
Casino
 
3.5(2)
Dining
 
3.7(3)
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November 11, 2010
(Updated: November 23, 2010)
Overall rating
 
3.8
Total Experience
 
4.0
RV Parking Area
 
5.0
Casino
 
3.0
Dining
 
3.0
RV parking is very nice. We got lost finding it and ended up in the truck parking area. We were were then escorted by security to the RV parking.

There is a gas station on site.

Our overall impression was tempered by the stingy slots and expensive top floor restaurant. We had a glass of house wine while we read the menu and the wine was about $12 a glass!
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December 6, 2009
Report from Tom L., December 6, 2009

I called the casino today, and was told that RV parking is permitted in the lot behind (to the north of) the parking structure. If you zoom on the satellite imagery on the Google map, you can actually see RVs there.
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January 2007
- report from reader Cyndi H., January 2007

My daughter works at Casino Morongo, in Cabazon (between Palm Springs and Banning on the I-10). When I went to pick her up tonight, since her car's in the shop, I noticed they have a special RV parking lot. She says people stay overnight there all the time.

A little research led me to this: at http://www.rvdumps.com/ca.htm there's this listing for Casino Morongo:

"Dump station is at the Shell gas station owned by Casino Morongo, 49750 Seminole Dr, 800-252-4499, $15 fee, free overnight parking allowed in casino parking lot."
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