Only spent one night and updated the information on this RV Friendly casino. Just be sure to follow the rules, get a players card and register with security. Otherwise, they will knock on your door at night or early morning. The designated RV Parking lot got pretty full on a Friday night. Nearby train horns would wake us up overnight. The casino is fairly nice. but we left with less money than we started with. Didn't try to food, but the restaurants looked nice. Overall, a good place to spend the night before heading into the Seattle traffic.
I have been here before and they were really easy, no players club card. but, like the other recent review things are changing. You have to park, get a players club card, then call security to come out and register your place and give you the pass for the window. the security actually came out and suggested going inside for some food, gamble or whatever and then get you players club and call them to register. I just went in and got the players club, $15 in free table play certificates and called them to register. you get 3 days, but if after that no activity then you cant stay longer. he said some stay a week, but they will review your play to decide if you can stay longer. The resturant is great and had some great seafood dish last time, and some really good wines too. show your card on all purchases, you get a 10% discount on the resturants. not sure if that helps toward more nights. even security could not tell me how many points or what level of gambling you have to achieve to stay longer. it is a very nice casino. i wish casinos would look at the fact that many eat, and drink, but do limited gambling as i do rarely win. ill try some tables over the 3 days and see how it goes.
Every time we stop here the rules change, now you have to be a member of the players club before you register to stay. If you are not a member just go inside to join and then phone security who will send someone around to take your details.
The RV parking lot is on the West side (behind ) of the Casino not very large but enough room for the 10 or so RV's that were parked overnight. The lot is paved and flat with quite a few pull through spots.
When I registered I got a $15 credit on my players card, tried to use it on the slots but came away baffled as to how the whole thing works, it was much easier with quarters.
Overall a good place to stop with easy access to I5 and the Discount Mall.
If you are coming around to the back of the Casino to find the RV parking from the south the 'RV Parking' sign is hidden by some fir trees, if you are coming from the north you'll see it okay. Also there is fresh water and a hose available on the short entry road to the RV parking area off the back of a building on the left if you need to top up.
When you pull into the RV area the first right is for RV's, if you miss it the next right 30 feet away is for tour buses but I noticed a few big 'A' class RV's in there and NO tour buses so I guess you could call that the RV over flow lot. WiFi didn't work out in the parking area but it was fine in the hotel lobby area and there is 110V power available along with some nice comfy chairs. Enjoy