Morongo Casino, Resort, Spa

 
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Morongo Casino
Morongo Casino
Morongo Casino

Contact Information

Phone Number:
800-252-4499
Phone Number2:
888-MORONGO

Location

Address:
49500 Seminole Drive
City:
Cabazon
State:
CA
Zip Code:
92230
GPS Latitude:
33.92
GPS Longitude:
-116.81
Directions:
On I-10 a few miles north of Palm Springs turnoff. Take exit #104 off I-10 and take the frontage road East. Follow the signs for the Semi-Truck and RV Parking lots, which are located behind the Morongo Bowling Alley and Bingo Hall (old casino).

RV Parking and Camping Information

Overnight RV Parking Allowed:
YES
Fee:
Free
Parking Area Description:
Large RV only paved parking area behind old casino. This is now a Bowling Alley and Bongo Hall. Far enough from road that it is very quiet. There are separate lots for semi trucks and for RV's. The RV Lot is away from the trucks and highway, so it's a quiet area. The parking area is slightly sloped, but plenty of room for many RV's.

The RV parking lot isn't near the casino. However, there are signs with the number to call for a free shuttle to the casino. Good Verizon 4G service.
RV Park Available:
No

Casino Information

Legal Gambling Age
21
Liquor Served:
Yes
Liquor Comped to Players
No
Types of Gaming
  • Slots
  • Video Poker
  • Table Games
  • Poker Room
  • Bingo
Dining Options
  • Coffee Bar (Starbucks, etc.)
  • Food Court
  • Buffett
  • Coffee Shop (a basic full service restaurant)
  • Fine Dining / Gourmet
  • Mexican
  • Asian

Other Information

Local Weather

Overnight RV Parking IS Alowed in a marked RV Parking area.

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User reviews

6 reviews
 
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67%
3 stars
 
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17%
1 star
 
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Overall rating
 
3.6
Total Experience
 
3.6(5)
RV Parking Area
 
4.2(6)
Campground/RV Resort
 
3.0(1)
Casino
 
3.8(4)
Dining
 
3.3(4)
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Worst casino experience ive seen
Overall rating
 
2.4
Total Experience
 
1.0
RV Parking Area
 
3.0
Campground/RV Resort
 
3.0
Casino
 
3.0
Dining
 
2.0
Weve camped before here and never had a problem. Today we were at the pool and there was a group of ladies minding their own business when some kids started throwing buckets of water on them. It looked like one or two of the ladies talked to management and before long there was a group of tribal people screaming and threatening them. These locals acted like they wanted to kill these poor ladies. It was very scary. The tribal police came and they seemed confused. And next you know they ladies were escorted out. I overheard one of them saying that locals were from the tribe and were high up and so the security couldnt really do anything. Not sure what how it got resolved but those ladies are gone and that local family is still here. Ive never seen such scary intimidation in my life. And the casino seemingly kicked the ladies out . Unbelievable. We will never be coming back. If were on "sovereign" land and have to rely on tribal police to protect us from aggressive tribal members that out rank them then it is not a safe place to be.
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Great people and parking
Overall rating
 
5.0
Total Experience
 
5.0
RV Parking Area
 
5.0
Casino
 
5.0
Staff was really great to deal with. Need to check in with the valet…and you can stay up to 7 nights.

Great place to stop!
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Great, Quiet Stop-Over
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4.0
Total Experience
 
4.0
RV Parking Area
 
4.0
We stayed here one night in November 2018. We ran into very high winds on I-10. Since we weren't in a hurry, we pulled into the casino RV parking area after noon. The directions here are perfect. The RV parking area is large, paved, with a slight slope. But we were able to level easily. There were only about 4 other RV's in the area. Luckily, it is a separate area form the semi-trucks, as there over 20 of them with their motors running. We enjoyed our 1-night visit and moved on the next day (without winds). We didn't visit the casino or dine here this time.
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July 2018 - Great for overnight parking
I stayed here for one night in July 2018. There is a large parking area just for RV's behind the parking area for trucks. The RV parking lot is paved and clean but not really level (which is not a problem). I had a quiet night with just a couple of other RV's on the parking area. I called ahead and asked whether I can stay there (and got a "Yes") but I think this is not really necessary. I did not visit the casino. This is a great place for overnight parking!
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RV Parking Area Has Moved.
The designated RV Parking area has moved. It's no longer behind the casino in area G. The new RV Parking area is further away from the casino on a hill behind the bowling alley and bingo hall (the old casino). A shuttle is available to the casino. Large, paved parking lot just for RV's (semi trucks have their own area). This lot is well marked - just follow the signs.

The new casino is very nice and huge (tall). However, the slots didn't want to give is anything for our efforts.
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