Rolling Hills Casino

 
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3.7
Total Experience
 
3.6(12)
RV Parking Area
 
3.5(10)
Campground/RV Resort
 
3.7(6)
Casino
 
3.9(11)
Dining
 
4.0(10)
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June 2008
report from C. Randle, June 2008

We love to visit The Olive Pit in Corning and have parked at the nearby Rolling Hills Casino several times. It is very friendly and, if you can find a place near the back, fairly quiet.

When they opened their RV Park I was afraid that they may stop people from boondocking and direct them instead to the pay area. This has not been the case so far. Last winter we parked in the area to the North of the casino where everyone used to park before the RV Park opened and we were not bothered. This is an ideal place to stop for the night.
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Be aware of full RV park, but truck lot works for a night
Overall rating
 
3.3
Total Experience
 
3.0
RV Parking Area
 
3.0
Casino
 
3.0
Dining
 
4.0
Stayed overnight 12-18-18. RV park was full due to FEMA filling it with folks displaced from fire destroyed Paradise. We took a pull thru space in truck parking and extended our slides, as did a number of others. During night trucks came and went in lot, and in morning we had rigs on both sides. Those drivers are excellent at parking within the lines, so we were fine with slides out. The trailers were also effective at blocking out noise. So, if dry camping works for you, do the same and stay in truck lot. Food inside was good and reasonably priced. Fuel is name brand and fairly priced. We'll stop here again.
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Nov 22, 2008
report from Dar & Andy, Nov 22, 2008

We overnighted here for one night (Nov 22, 2008) on our way south for the winter. Fortunately we arrived in the early afternoon (2:30pm) and had our choice of parking in the Truck Stop area. Make sure you arrive fairly early as it fills up quickly with truckers. The top portion - near the paid RV park is quietest.

The wi-fi is quite expensive and the Casino Buffet is about a 5 on a scale of 10 (lots of choices but all kind of dry from heat lamps etc. and a little expensive compared to other locations).
PU
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One of the best so far for us.
Overall rating
 
4.7
Total Experience
 
5.0
RV Parking Area
 
5.0
Casino
 
4.0
This place really impressed with its separate shower, laundry, and bathroom facilities right by the overnight lot. The shower ($10 or 100 casino points) and laundry are for a fee, but the bathrooms are free. There is also a Chevron on the other corner of the lot. We liked that the casino was just a couple minute walk from the rv/truck lot and was clean. The other nice features include self serve soda fountain machines and coffee, as well as several $5 minimum blackjack tables (I won't sit down for more!...too cheap). It is truly just off the 5, but it was pretty quiet as long as the truck next to you doesn't run all night.
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Love the Food!
Overall rating
 
4.3
Total Experience
 
4.0
Casino
 
4.0
Dining
 
5.0
Being that we live in the Bay Area "Napa" we have many times just jumped in the car for a road trip to this casino for dinner and a little gambling.
Next to where the RV and truck area is they also have a pet resting area so you can gamble and not worry about your pet getting to hot in the rig.
I have parked my RV in the parking lot to have dinner and have never had any problems, i just havent been there where i had time to stay in the RV park but i like what i see.
The NHRA guys stay there with there rigs on there way to Sears Point and wow thats a show.
If i can figure out how to make my pictures smaller i would post a few to show the rigs.
The buffett has a special price for us older folks,and to top it off the food is wonderful morning noon or dinner.
I love the fact they have self serve Coke products in the casino,i dont like that i cant find any nickel keno machines seems there all .25 cents.
If your on Interstate 5 stop in for a look you will like what you see and taste. Dec 2012
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