Casino Parks are a Jackpot for RVers
Casino Parks are a Jackpot for RVer
RVers no longer have Vegas or Atlantic City as their only options when feeling lucky. Travelers can gamble any which across the country. Not all states allow gambling, of course, but enough of them do to accommodate RVers willing to hit the road to explore a wide variety of casinos and their adjacent RV parks, many of which feature attractions far beyond gambling.
Pechanga Resort & Casino/Pechanga RV Resort
RVers will be hard pressed to find a more impressive casino, an RV park laden with more amenities and a pristine golf course all together. Pechanga has it all in an upscale desert backdrop.
Located off Interstate 15 south of I-10, in the heart of wine country, the Pechanga RV Resort is only steps away from gambling.
Pechanga RV Resort, (877) 997-8386
Terrible’s Lakeside Casino and RV Park
In the shadow of Mt. Charleston, RVers can try their luck at fishing on the nearly 7-acre man-made lake, or they can try to hook themselves a jackpot in the swanky casino. Located about an hour northwest of Las Vegas and light-years away from the bustle of the Strip, Terrible’s Lakeside is very popular among snowbirds and rally so RVers intending to visit would be wise to make early reservations.
The park, four miles west of Highway 160, features 30- and 50-amp connections, cable TV and concrete patios, the sites average 55 feet in length.
Terrible’s Lakeside Casino and RV Park, (888) 558-LAKE
Casino Queen Hotel Casino RV Park
East St. Louis, Illinois
From a lawn chair in their campsites, RVers can watch the sun set over the St. Louis Arch and the Mississippi River. In the foreground of this gorgeous vista sits the Casino Queen Hotel and Casino, a short shuttle-ride away from the RV sites, some of which are 70 feet long. The RV park is closed November through February.
Coushatta Casino Resort/Red Shoes RV Park
In southwestern Louisiana, 23 miles north of I-10, sits the Coushatta Casino Resort. The casino features slot machines, table games and a poker room. The adjacent Red Shoes RV Park has enough amenities – a two-acre lake; tennis, basketball, volleyball and shuffleboard courts; a swimming pool; and two bathhouses. The RV park also offers a shuttle.
Deadwood, South Dakota
Deadwood is an RVer’s dream, with two steller Good Sam Parks to choose from around town.
Whistler Gulch RV Parks and Campground (9/9.5*/9) offers a unique experience for all of its visitors. As a former gold mining encampment, this premier vacation destination still has a feel of the old wild west.
Additionally, Fish ‘N Fry RV Park and Campground (8/8.5*/8) offers several unique amenities including on-site ATV rentals as well as a ‘You Hook ‘Em, We Cook ‘Em” convenience for RVers who wish to take part in their local lake and stream fishing.
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