Lucky Eagle Casino

 
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First Time Here
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3.6
Total Experience
 
4.0
RV Parking Area
 
3.0
Campground/RV Resort
 
3.0
Casino
 
4.0
Dining
 
4.0
We "camped" in a power and water hook-up spot but there are spots that are 'dry camping'. The sign says the dry camping area is free, but see below... We registered at the hotel front desk and paid the $25.00 for one night. Then we went into the casino, which is across the quiet street, and signed up for the player's club. We got a coupon good for 25% off dinner and (for us) $5 worth of slots play. We gave them $20 and they gave us a $25 'receipt' to us in the machines. We also showed them our receipt for the $25 camping and they refunded us the $25 in cash!!

Overall it seem pleasant enough, quiet and everyone is friendly. The spots are quite narrow and you are not supposed to have your slides out. We did for a short time while we were in the rig because we need them out to get around in the rig, but it would be a problem if the spots were busy.
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December 2012
Overall rating
 
4.0
Total Experience
 
4.0
RV Parking Area
 
4.0
Campground/RV Resort
 
4.0
Casino
 
4.0
There are two RV areas and it costs $25 a night. Both areas are serviced by a shuttle. Register at the hotel. We like this casino and it's only about 15 minutes of I-5. We see some RV's in the hotel parking lot but not sure if it's still cool to park there overnight for free.
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August 4, 2010
Report from James M., August 4, 2010
This casino DOES allow FREE dry camp overnight parking.  They do have RV sites with water and electricity but NO sewer.  But you can just dry camp in the same parking lot.  FREE.  Just pull in and find a place away from the front of the hotel and no one bothers you.  We checked in with the front desk and they said we did not have to even check with them.  Also told us we were parked exactly where they wanted us - away from the front of the Hotel.  
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May 19, 2010
Report from Robert S., May 19, 2010
The only down side about the campground is that if you park next to someone that has slides on opposite sides as yours you are going to be kissing close. Water and 20/30/50 electric. Great food in the restaurant, One thing is that they didn't charge sales tax here. Others in WA do.
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July, 2009
Report from Just Wanderin', July, 2009
We stayed at the Lucky Eagle Casino between Olympia and Centralia, WA. This casino actually has a nice RV park with electric, and water. The first night we paid $14. The second night could be free if you spend an hour "gambling" in the casino. This casino really didn't offer much free other than that. If you want to play the slots or tables, they will give you a $2 credit. They will also offer you $2 off in their steak restaurant. We wanted the buffet so didn't use the steak restaurant coupon. The seafood buffet was wonderful. We ate there a couple of nights and ended up extending our stay ... since we did well on the slots.

This is a nice place to stay and spend some time. We'll definitely stay again as we travel north in the summer.
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