We stayed at Jackpot Junction in late July, 2018. This is a small campground with nice paved sites and good utilities. Easy in and out for larger rigs. Plenty of grass and few people here when we stayed. Check in was in the casino at the tour desk, and was quick and easy. They supplied plenty of trash cans around the sites which made it easy to get rid of our trash. The price was in line with other campgrounds in the area.
Visited here early September 2018. Very neat and level campground, but open w/no trees or shade for warm weather. About 30 sites, mostly pull-through, w/power and water. Short walk to side casino door. Registration is at Tours desk right inside that door rather than hotel desk. We also saw RV’s in the large parking lot overnight.
Casino is typical, lots of slots, some table games, blackjack and Texas Holdem and one 3-card poker table. The buffet was good, and there is a coffee shop and maybe a fast food area.
The casino has added a new section to their RV park and now offer full service including wi-fi and cable TV. The price is $20 (no tax) but they give you a $5 coupon if you have a player's card (one per day per RV site). The older section is $15 plus $5 coupon ( no cable TV but may be able to pick off wi-fi). The new campground is well laid out with most sites being pull-through. Interior roads are blacktop and the camping sites are concrete, wide and level. Both sections of the RV park are within easy walking distance of the casino.
We enjoyed half price Tuesdays at the buffet (need 15 points on your player's card to be eligible) and the food was pretty decent. Wednesdays are senior day with $5 cash coupon for each of us (same 15 points makes for eligibility). We were here on Lucky Lucy's birthday and they gave her an additional $5. All the cash coupons combined paid for our RV spot for the night.
Dry camping is OK but was much too hot and humid to consider on our visit.
Nice, little park. The scenery isn't much to look at and it can be noisy with the casino air handling system nearby. Full hook up for $15/day during the week and $20/day on the weekends. If you join the players club and stay in the RV park you can get a coupon book every day with a $5 cash payout and $4 on your players card which effectively reduces the cost to $6/day during the week and $11/day on the weekends. We found it to have the best seafood buffet we've eaten at and a fantastic breakfast buffet. We stayed here a little over 2 weeks.