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Previous comments all good -- keep going Past casino for the south end entrance (just around a curve). Parking in the 'truck' area or adjacent lot if you'd rather be away from truckers. It is a good distance down a small 2 lane road (about 10 miles) to get there and thus going back 'into town' for grocery or fuel or to get back to the highway takes some time. So it is Not as easy access as most other casinos in regard to being in a populated area. Security is Very accommodating to travelers and the casino is very nice - although somewhat smokey ! Excellent steak house (at a price) and expect to pay $15 for a burger at the sports club / restaurant. SO much to do in the Louisville area - don't miss Church Hill Downs history center / museum and 'old town' with Louisville Slugger and several distilleries to tour.
- from D. Edgar, July 2007
Stayed at the Caesars Indiana, at Elizabethtown, In. on the Ohio River across from Louisville, Ky. We stayed in the oversized vehicle parking lot, which is on the west end of the casino complex, and the only entrance to this area is on the west end of the complex, marked by "receiving this entrance" we asked at the hotel desk about staying in the parking area, was told it was OK, no hook ups, just pavement parking.
Very nice casino, very nice dining, very tight slots, now we have to go back as I think they owe me some money that we left behind, and we WILL go back.