Stayed 12-17-18 on way to CA. Last year it seems we paid $45 less Good Sam, but this time $65 less the discount. Not very full, so maybe they needed the $$. But, it is an excellent park with nice clean restrooms with showers. Buffet is good and reasonably priced. Next time we may try the truck spaces, as another reviewer did. An overnight stay doesn't need a full service slot in an RV park, when an electric hookup is available for heat, etc.
RV park is great, but free parking still available
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We've stayed twice before at the RV park, but this time they didn't have room for us because all the larger spaces were taken (we're too big, 68' total fifth wheel and HDT). We didn't realize that everyone else would be heading south at the same time! So we parked in the upper truck parking lot where there was plenty of room and it's free for dry-camping. Joy of joys (in December when it was pretty frigid) we discovered that many of the spaces had ShorePower. For $1 per hour plus $1 for the hookup we were able to have electricity overnight and run the heaters instead of using up our propane. AND we were able to make coffee in the morning. The lined sites were large enough that we felt ok putting out the living slide before going over for dinner, and the bedroom slide after dinner when there was no one in the space next to us (all while staying within our lines). Lot is marked as a NO-generator zone where the ShorePower is, but the truckers kind of ignore that. It was ok, we'll still stay here again. The buffet is good, and the slots weren't so tight that it wasn't fun for some cheap entertainment. It is the perfect distance when traveling I-5 between WA and CA. We stayed here 12/28/18 for one night.
Beautiful RV Park. Small fenced dog area nicely maintained. My husband used the Casino. We ate at the buffet. The only redeeming thing was it was $10/pp. this is a perfect distance to get over the mountain pass between Oregon and California.
Solid, safe place we stayed at last Saturday and had the prime rib buffet for $19. Good, reasonable priced gift shop. Beatles cover band was playing. Grabbed players card and got discounted fuel the next morning. There was a strange encounter with a homeless or drunk who walked through the lot around 2:30 and touched our motorhome while babbling, but a Stern voice sent him on his way.
Off I-5 at Canyonville, 7 Feathers is an excellent dry-camp or RV park stopover along the freeway. The lower parking area (opposite Burger King) has large-rig lanes and is a short walk up to the casino. Free shuttles are also quite frequent. The buffet was very crowded so they had a "wait" line where one went to reserve a space - mine took about 30 minutes. They will either text you when a space is available or give you a pager for the same purpose. The food was much superior to my previous visit so gets a good rating. The tribe also operates a full Service Center truck stop across the highway from the casino (access underneath via a tunnel) with good prices for fuel. Overall, everyone seemed friendly but the casino proper was very crowded. Slots are slots - I won $0.43