- RV Park with 55 sites
- NO overnight RV parking
Prairie's Edge Casino ResortHot
Very clean but very unlevel
All the pull thru sites were concrete, but VERY UNLEVEL. Caino is gloomy with very unfriendly staff. Casino food is below average. You are much much better going to jackpot junction, less then an hour away.
July 15, 2008
- report from Rick & Lucky Lucy, July 15, 2008
Their RV park is fairly new, just a couple years old and is in excellent condition. However, we thought the sites were a little pricey for the area -- $26 and no coupons or rebates. They did offer full service including wi-fi but
no cable TV. The bath house also has a storm shelter in the basement, a strong point considering the tornado warnings issued for the area when we were there. The casino is small but had some good food promotions going on -- 99 cent ham & turkey sandwiches (included a generous helping of fresh fruit & melons) and a 99 cent breakfast the next morning (eggs, choice of meat, hash browns, toast -- generous portions).
The facilities are in the middle of nowhere and are a little difficult to find. We had no cell phone coverage for either our AT&T or TRAC phone. The casino is a pretty good hike from the RV park on a hot summer day and in spite of the claim to offer free rides we saw no shuttle bus. We really didn't care for this place and thought the RV park overpriced for what they offered.
- report from J n J, October 2006
Just a FYI. I stayed in the Prairies edge casino, Minnesota RV park and I will highly recommend the park, it's located next to the casino 3-5 minute walk or take the shuttle.
Park is concrete pads and blacktop with grass in between sites with pull-thru and back-ins, my luck in the casino, Wellllllll.