Dry camping rules have changed. A sign at the entrance to the dry camp area asks you to check in at the front desk of the hotel. When we did all they asked is "How long are you staying?". He told us we could stay 3 nights and then gave us a little yellow slip to hang in our window. No registration- asked no other information. No charge. No rules. Level gravel area- well lite- security patrols- shuttle will come. Now has a drive thru expresso stand at the entrance to dry cap area. Still the best Seafood Bar- always have the crab bisque but everything is "good eats". 20% Senior discount also. Gas station and Mini mart on property also. PLUS well tended Golf Course with driving range (must be dressed "properly"- no jeans + collars - I was denied use because I had on new black Levi's but the fellas behind me got admitted even though they were wearing dirty ragged shorts). There were no trucks overnight when we visited but I know in the past there have been trucks here.....
Very nice and inexpensive RV park, clean restrooms and showers. WiFi available. Easy access to Casino. Has both smoking and non smoking gambling area with separate entrances,( don't have to walk thru smoke to get to non smoking). We had dinner at the buffet Will stay here again when in the area.
Didn't even know it was there, just stumbled by, turned in and went for it. Nice, large, grassy spaces, three rows of pull thoughs. Cable worked, but it was fuzzy. Paid 23 bucks for the assigned site at the hotel desk.
It was a great place to overnight, dump my tanks etc. Went to the buffet, not something I normally do, it was small it but did the trick.