We used this RV park as an overnight. The park is less then 1/4 mi from the east side of the interstate. Use exit #1. The RV sites are located in the NW corner of the casino parking lot (paved) and the sites are easy to enter and there is no problem to maneuver. The RV sites are a mixture of pull through and back in and most are level although some have a slight slope. The pull through sites were approx 60' long and 10' wide with grass in between sites. Once you pick a site you go to the casino hotel lobby and give them your site number and pay the daily fee of $10 (taxes are additional - in Oct 2013 it was .76). Although WiFi is not available at the RV sites I was able to easily connect in the hotel lobby "hot spot" for free. We have stayed at this park once before and have found it very convenient. Come prepared as self contained units as no showers/toilets at RV sites.
The Lucky Star Casino is located approximately 1 mi off I-40 and provides an overflow paved parking lot for RV parking. Access to the casino is easy and we used N2274 Rd from the interstate. Actual address of the casino is 101 North Indian Hospital Road, Clinton, Oklahoma 73601. The overflow parking lot is paved and approximately 200 yards from the actual casino. There are many "dry" RV sites available. At the east and west end of the parking lot are located very large grey electrical boxes which supply 50 amp power for at least 2 backed-in RVs each, however the slope of the pavement is significant and we had difficulty leveling. As no other RVs were in the area we parallel parked at one of the boxes and had no leveling issues. The casino offers the RV sites for free and thus it is a good overnight stop. Staff were very friendly and security patrols were evident. A shuttle service will take you to the casino. The casino also provided my wife and I each with a $10 gambling credit.
This was our 3rd visit to this resort. The resort is on the edge of agricultural land and traffic to the resort is light once you leave the 101 loop on the west edge of Phoenix. Access to the resort is easy and internal roads easily accomodate big rigs. Staff are very friendly and accommodating. You must be guided to your site and they are all back-in but wide enough for modern and large RV's. Most of the hookups require longer hoses and cables to reach the RV connections. Each site has a gravel base with a cement pad to place chairs on. The premium sites have cement benches and picnic table as well(additional fee). We stayed for a month and our monthly rate of a premium site included WiFi at our site and extensive cable channels but also higher fees. The regular sites do not include cable and internet and thus require arrangements with local carriers. At this time of year the resort is just starting to receive snow birds and thus activities, of which there are many, were just kicking off for the winter season. We have found the winter activities to be very appealing and everyone in the park is very friendly and regularly encourage others to join in no matter the experience level. The gym, pool, pickle ball courts are all very nice. Although popular we had no trouble finding them available and accessable during our visit. Another benefit to this park is the very close proximity of the NHL arena and NFL stadium for pro-sports. Tickets were relatively cheap and easy to come by. We really this park however there is one downside. The Luke AFB situated a few miles to the west of this resort is a jet fighter training centre and frequently during the day F18's fly over the resort resulting in some significant noise levels at times. If an individual is disturbed by these such noise levels(some evening flights occur) they should be forewarned.
We attended this park while having some RV work done at a dealership nearby. Access to the park can be a challenge as the entrance way is not very visible and we drove by the entrance the first time we tried to locate the park. Once you locate the entrance there is a long drive way which takes you into the park and it easily accommodates big rigs. Internal roads are fine and also accommodate big rigs. On arriving we found the staff very friendly and we were guided to our site. The park is an older park and management has combined 2 of the original sites to allow modern RV's to have sufficient space. This is a good idea but the hookup connections are now somewhat awkward depending on the location of your RV hookups so be prepared to have longer hoses and cables then what you may expect. Our site was fully paved. The park is older and despite the number of sites there was only 2 pools which could be an issue if the park was full. It was not in Oct and the pools were not crowded. Bathrooms and showers which we saw were very nice. 50 channels of cable tv was free but WiFi at the site was not available without arranging for a provider at an additional cost. The park does offer free WiFi hotspots at the pool and office and while we were there the signal was very good. There appears to be lots of activities for winter guests. Daily rate was rather high for this time of year. A AAA/Good Same Discount reduced our fee by 10%. I felt the park was overpriced for this time of year.
We made an overnight stop at this Rv park as we traveled to AZ. Access from I-40 to the park is not difficult but easier if approaching from the west as the park access is on the south service road of I-40. If you approach from the east you leave I-40 and travel approx 3/4 mile to the park (all on paved roads). The park staff are very friendly and guide you to your site. Internal roads accommodate big rigs and several sites, including pull through sites, are designed for big rigs and some are long enough so you don't have to unhook the tow vehicle if just staying over night. The appearance of the park itself is very appealing and although we just over night it was attractive enough to encourage us to return in the future for longer stays. WiFi is free and worked fine. Cable was free as well and had several channels. We also received a free continental Sunday breakfast with our overnight stay. Excellent value for the money.
This is a brand new RV Resort located right along Hwy 101 north as you leave Paso Robles with very easy access to and from the highway. Access to the resort is easy with the exit being narrower at the gate but very manageable with a "big rig". We stayed for two nights and got a promotional rate (normally $65-75 depending on site). Sites accommodate any size big rig, however site pads could have been wider and site entry could have been designed to have a flared access to accommodate bigger RVs. Site pads are very nice decorative stamped concrete and all hookups are convenient. Cable is extensive and Wi-Fi is fast and works very well. The on-line registration charged me $3.50 so customers should be aware of that service charge. Some traffic noise but as trees mature along highway edge that should lesson, and the owners are considering further sound barrier. Facilities were immaculate, which we examined from outside but did not use washrooms or showers. The resort has an on-site Magnolia Lounge which can be viewed online. All and all a very nice RV Resort with many, many things to do in the area.
This RV resort is located on Umpqua River, a short distance from the river's entry to the Pacific Ocean. The resort has sites facing the ocean or the marina/harbor and is quite beautiful. Access and exit to highway 101 is easy for "big rigs" and the resort entrance is approximately 1/2 mile from the highway. The resort sits on the edge of the Winchester Bay harbor area which gives the resort a very picturesque location. Registration is smooth and all roads through the resort are wide and easy to maneuver on. Sites are angled with back in or drive in options as well as pull-throughs. Site pads are asphalt and can accommodate all size RVs. All hookups are convenient. The cable is extensive and Wi-Fi is fast and works fine. The facilities are modern and clean. The scenery is beautiful and seafood for dining or to purchase fresh is within walking distance around the harbor. A great experience.