Overnight RV parking is OK
Diamond Jo CasinoHot
One of our favorite casinos
The casino is small but not tiny. They have interesting machines and tables, including 3-card, Mississippi Stud, Flush, craps and roulette. The parking areas are just open flat concrete and there is freeway noise but they are close to the casino. The buffet has better than average food and there are often deals w/your player card. For instance, last night, dinner was $10 and we got $10 in slot credit back. There is a gas station w/convenience store and two hotels as well.
Report from Jim 9/2012
Overall good experience spending one night in 13 foot camper. Area for RV's is paved and a short walk to the casino building. Very few services at this exit besides the casino, which is not large, which makes it low traffic at least. This casino is just a few miles south of I-90, which makes it an easy stop about a day out of Chicago/Milwaukee.
Report from D.E.W., August 2009
Very nice casino with easy access from freeway. Ample RV parking on north, southeast and south sides of the casino. Excellent high end restaurant. RV parking is allowed, we stayed one night in the north parking lot. See attached photos, view North from truck parking at rest stop, view of Southeast parking lot and view of the North parking lot.
Report from Cheryl, July 2007
Newly built Casino which is right off the freeway (I-35. exit 214) Very near to the Minnesota border line. Ample parking for RV's because there is an actual REST STOP across from the casino parking lot. However, we parked our RV in the casino parking lot along the fence. We had no problems parking there. There is NO RV park there. We only stayed a few hours.
There is a hotel (Country Suites) adjacent to the Casino. The casino was mid-size and has over 900 slots. Very nice, newer slots. We were just passing through, but we would visit there again. Open Sunday - Thursday 8AM - 3AM. Fridays & Saturdays 24 hours.