RV parking is across the street from the Casino main parking lot. The area is constantly patrolled by security & the patrol will take you across to the Casino Gift Shop to register and return. Shuttles run back and forth to the Casino day and night. About half the sites are pull-through and utilities are at the back of the site. The sites are paved and level. There are no restrooms, showers or laundry on site. The Casino offers a 2 for 1 breakfast coupon at check in. The rate is $9 first night and free for the next two. The overflow parking lot is used by tour buses and semi's. BNSF RR is 200 feet away and there is rail traffic 24/7. We had no problem sleeping and didn't hear the trains during the night. The Casino & RV lot is within the Eastern Shawnee Nation in the NE corner of the state of Oklahoma, abutting Seneca, Missouri. We noticed no odor from the treatment facility just to the west of the Casino. This is a good place to stop for a day or a few and we would stop here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Others have addressed the cost and the train. Most of the time, there are plenty of open spots and it is possible to pull through rather than back in. Regarding the sewage treatment plant, when the wind comes from the west, you will get a very unpleasant whiff. Also, the cost goes to $9 on your 4th night, then $15 starting on the 8th night. This is a terrific stopover for a couple nights. Be sure to try out Country Cupboard restaurant for breakfast in Seneca. The casino also offers a good $3 breakfast. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Yep, there are trains and they only shook our motorhome slightly. Rate is $9 first night, next 2 nights free. All hookups are at rear of sites in campground, which is a fully paved parking lot. Your RV must be fully self-contained, since no facilities are on site. Buy one, get one dinner coupon with paid first night's rent. $10 casino cash for first time visitors when joining Player's Club. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Paid $9 for the first night camping. Zero for the next two nights. How can you go wrong? The only downside to this park is that trains run most of the night and the tracks are only about 200 yards or so from the parking area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a large flat asphalt parking lot that has back-in sites with a gravel divider at the rear of the site. All utilities are located in that gravel divider. The rates are $9.00 for the first night, and free for the next 2 nights. When you pay for the first night, you get a 2 for 1 dinner ticket at the restaurant in the casino. Good side of this place, is the cost, down side is the train that runs right along side of the park. It can and does blow its horn when it goes by, which could be quite often. We never heard the horn all night long, but just during the day. We also are right next to the water treatment plant, but there is no odor not causing any problems to us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very picturesque campground, when trees mature it will be even better. Many amenities for such a low rate. Washer and dryer available, no charge. Pay for your site at hotel. Casino is small but has everything you need. We had one of the better campsites that was in a corner; those have some grass. The sites down the middle would be tight if you have slides. They are marked off sites that reminded us of a rest area, but can accommodate longer rigs. Each site has electric, water, and trash can. Pavilion with tables across from the shower house has a stone fireplace with free wood for campers. Dump station is back in but large enough for our 38' R V. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good park if all you want is a place to hook up and gamble. No dump available if only site with sewer taken. Sites are level asphalt, staff is friendly, rates cheap! Most sites have no separation, only lines on asphalt parking lot. A few have grass between, and we used one of those. Great showers and restrooms. Drawback no Wi-Fi at campground (can use inside hotel), but it is promised for summer 2014. Very, very clean and easy to use. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Basically a big parking lot but not a bad campground Showers/restrooms are clean. The regular shower stalls could be a bit bigger. There is a train track close so if your a light sleeper could be a problem. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Whispering Woods is a very nice new RV park located at the Indigo Sky Casino. It is almost all asphalt, but has grass and trees around the perimeter. There is a grassy area in the middle of the park with flowers and shrubs. Also, a covered picnic pavilion with an outdoor fireplace. All sites are level backins with 50 amp and water. There is one site with sewer, but it is used as a dump. The park is big rig friendly. Sites are long, but not too wide. There is room for slides, but if another RV was in the next site, it would be very close. The restrooms and showers are very nice and clean. There were no trees to obstruct the satellite. Both Verizon and AT&T worked good. We drove in, parked in a site and walked to the hotel check in to pay. It doesn't seem to be a very busy park. It is on US-60 about 10 miles south of I-44. We will stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This new campground at the Indigo Sky Casino (Old Border town Casino). This new CG and Casino is on US 60 at Hwy. 43 just inside Missouri. It is all new, the sites are huge and level. Free laundry room. Security rides through often but they are really not needed in this safe area. Very convenient to get to the CG and great facilities. We will stay here again as we cross the USA. We camped here in a Motorhome.