This RV park is part of the Best Western Motel complex. Recommend staying in site numbers 601 to 655. These are in the new section and are very large and far apart with grass and a large palm tree. Sites around pool and clubhouse (470 to 499) are OK but some are shared hookups. Beware of the sprinklers! The water is very hard and will spot your RV and can be very hard to get off. We parked in the very middle of the site and avoided most of the spray. The sprinklers come on several times during the day so you might not want to leave chairs and tables out. There is not WI-FI in the RV park. WI-FI is available in the very sparse "Business Center" with only two chairs. There is a computer there for internet use and it takes up one of the two chairs. This was our second stay at the park and the front desk staff is more RV knowledgeable than during our first visit. Nice view of the mountains in the new section. We stayed nine days in the park and except for wiping off the sprinkler spray it was an enjoyable stay.
Friendly check-in. Good gravel road in park but not on short entry road. Choice of paved site (cable hookup) or gravel site (no cable). Site held our 34' motor coach and toad with room to spare. Tree in every site. Remember this is a high desert RV park so do not expect large shade trees. Park is very clean. WI-FI is excellent with 54Mps. There is also a small book exchange. Stayed two nights. Will return to this park again if every in the area.
The lower numbered sites are not level side to side. Some motorhomes were unable to level. Recommend getting in site 11 or higher. We were able to log on to the casino's WI-FI by using a Linksys external antenna. It is a paved parking lot. It is not a RV "resort". OK for a stopover unless you want to test your luck in the smoke filled casino over a longer period. Check-in is at the cashier's cage not the hotel check-in desk. We only hooked our motorhome up the 30 amps which seemed to be OK. Did not use the water or sewer utilities.