Reviews written by blars
West lot is where the Trucks and RVs park. Noisy between the freeway and train tracks, many lights. Reasonably flat paved lot. Casino is a couple of blocks away, plus another block in the building. $5 (or more) free play for joining club. Buffet had long line, $17 weekday dinner, not worth it.
Construction fences on most of lot 2 and part of lot 3. Still lots of parking space in lot 3. Frequent golf-cart style shuttles, but it's not much of a walk without. Construction noise and trucks durring the day. No non-smoking gambling, players club gives same discount as senior at the buffet and no free play or joining perks. Buffet was OK, but I've had much better for cheaper.
Still $25 food credit for joining club, almost enough for lunch+dinner buffer (different days). Buffet was good (fincier than some) and would have been worth the asking price. RV lot B is up the hill by the fire station. Lots of RVs the weekend I was there. Walking to casino required cutting through the parking structure. (alternate was walking in the road) Needed to ask valet to call for shuttle back. ...
Overnight RVs are instructed to stay in the gravel lot behind the normal lot. (When they found someone who knew the policy.) I was the only RV. Small casino. No non-smoking area, only $5 credit for joining club. Prime rib special was good. Everything else on menu was very pricey. Buffet offered only a few days a month, not while I was there.
RVs mixed with trucks in the back part of the lot, More truck traffic than most casinos. No way to get to non-smoking section without going through the smoke. Good burger in cafe, but service was a bit slow.
They charge $20 for 1-3 nights, pay at players club. Water is the only hookup, and only on one side of the lot. Ocean view through trees. Library wifi not quite strong enough to be usable. No non-smoking area in casino. I did not find any reasonably priced meals either at casino or in town.
There is a small FHU RV park around the corner $20/night. I think it is associated with the casino. No buffet, restaurant ok but a bit expensive for what it was.
Name change, now Gold Town Casino. Still allows overnight RV parking in the south side of the lot. The Lakeside Casino/RV park is also no longer Terrible's. Sunday buffet at 1pm was still breakfast, food had been out for quite a while. Drink service was slow.