Reviews written by jerrydixon
Just like all other Desert Diamond locations, this one has gone to a 24 hour parking limit and to get additional days, you have to get permission directly from the casino manager, who will look to see how much gambling you have done. Only good thing is their grill has very good food and very reasonably priced.
Security officer at the casino main door told me overnight parking is not allowed and if I stay after midnight, they would come out to my RV and tell me to leave. I told him that policy is turning away customers, sending them to the nearby Desert Diamond casinos, which at least allow 1 or 2 nights parking. So I turned away from the door and immediately went to DD to give them my business.
RV parking limited to only 24 hours plus you have to register with the security desk - hardliy worth the trouble. They will allow additional days with special permission if you gamble but a $75 a night RV resort would be cheaper.
Renamed Gila River Casino/Vee Quiva. They have an RV/truck designated parking lot on gravel and parking is limited to only 24 hours. There are 5 eating places in the casino, but all expensive.
New name is Gila River Casino. Numerous signs say No truck or RV parking. I called them and was told that to park an RV, it has to take up no more than 2 car spaces. They have many acres of empty parking spaces, but just don't want large RV's there, not even just during the day while losing a ton of money gambling. So I went to Gila's other location 3 miles to the east, known...
Lone Butte is now Gila River Casino, one of 3 locations around Phoenix. RV parking allowed in only one section, follow signs that say truck route. Signs say parking limited to 24 hours. 4 eating places inside but very expensive. Panda Express meal is $18. No security registration