Reviews written by travelingcows
Small, no smoking, slot machine casino at a Truck/Travel stop. Fast food and ice cream restaurants between casino and travel center. Bar in casino. Free RV parking for up to 3 nights in large parking lot on a slight slope with fire pits and picnic tables at opposite end of area from the truck parking. No registration required. RV dumping now $10. Fuel still the least expensive in the valley.
What others have said: small, friendly, slight slope, see security for 24/48/72 hour renewable pass.
Permission is not required. Park across street with the tractor trailers.
As earlier reviews said: parking lot to the left as you enter the drive to the casino, can fill up when busy, can be a bit noisy with road noise and generators.
Called ahead, friendly staff said overnight for free, no need to register. Got Players card and spun for $10 free slot play. Small casino, many slots were out of service, but still a large croud for a Thursday.
Called ahead and was told we could park overnight and were expected to spend some money on meals and/or gambling. It's not a huge casino so parking is a bit limited, but can accommodate 10-20 rigs of various sizes. The lot on the east side is paved and mostly level. Road noise is minimal as it is not near a major highway or shopping center, but surrounded by farmland.
Now called Sevenwinds Casino, it is owned and operated by Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Ojibwe. A small, but very friendly casino with buffet, lounge, and hotel. Checked w/security and received confirmation that we could onp; no paperwork. Nice level lot, not too noisy. There is also an RV Park in the trees as mentioned before with 8 sites $25/day or $75/week, all with electric, water, picnic table, and fire ring. There is also a dump.
Very friendly staff in moderate size casino; slots, tables, etc. Overnight parked our 24' van in area marked for busses; didn't needed to register. We were told larger rigs would have to park on gravel lot across the street. Casino also has hotel with lake-view rooms and convention center. We would stay here again.
They have both an RV resort with HU and allow onp in their lot. Since we are a 24' self-contained van we parked in the southern lot. Friendly and helpful staff. Too much smoking in the casino. Good Verizon signal.
Everything WanderingKolbs said. There are at least 60 rigs here tonight parked every which way on the upper part of the lot. No really level spots, but most are OK. Beautiful view of the mountains in the morning.
Friendly staff. You still need to get a club card (free) and register. Large level lot with marked spots for big rigs. We are in a 24' B so parked a couple of rows over to get more away from the higher traffic lanes, but not much traffic. Would return if in the area again. (We didn't eat there.)