Park- Using a Players Club Card go play- Accumulate 20 points then swipe your card at a kiosk to receive an Overnight Parking Voucher. Take the voucher to the Winners Circle. Need to know your site number and license plate number. They will fill out a form and give you a 1-night RV Parking Placard to be placed in your window. Have them put both you and your spouse on the form with each Winners Circle Card #. You can each accumulate 20 points and each can robtain a voucher (do it the day you gets the points or it will disappear from the kiosk)). Use 2nd voucher the next day (they are good for a week). I realize this sounds complicated but once you have learned the system it is an easy process. The form is only filled out 1 time as they use the back each time you surrender a voucher to record dates of stay for a full month- then a new form.
THIS IS NO LONGER FREE
You need to spend at least 40 US$ to stay, you need to become a member of the players club, a long process and the collect 40 points on the card to be able to get a permit each dollar spend is 1point.
This is rather unfriendly and we went away.
The place was very windy and not very level, you have to be way in the back and walk down long stairs (30 steps) to get to the casino level
Will not go their again
March 24th, Chinook Winds Casino (44 59.954 124 0.353).
Entry a little difficult, turning left off the very busy 101 at a traffic light onto a side street, thence into the casino parking areas. There is a special one for RVS, featuring steeply angled parking, so I didn’t really like it right off the bat.
The best thing about this place was the surf. Huge waves were crashing in to the beach, something I could watch all day The casino itself is huge with a hotel and conference center included in the main buildings.
Walking through the buffet on the second floor, I was quite impressed at the selection – everything looked very good. Luckily, I wasn’t having lunch so managed to escape without adding further to the girth.
Exit back onto the highway north involved a mandatory right turn on 101 (heading south) followed by a series of left turns and a scenic tour of Lincoln City Parks and residential areas before I could get myself pointed north again. No doubt, there is a different exit that would have served me better
Nice to see that they reversed their no overnight policy. I laughed when I read the sign, a paragraph about points etc. Bottom line, you play, you can stay. They had to have quite a few meetings to come up with that policy. If you don't have a permit in your window by 10pm they might just kick you out. Bring lots of levelers unless you're lucky and get a flat site. It's all paved.
There is also a full service RV park run by the tribe across the road from the casino. It's OK. The shuttle runs through there. If it's really cold you may want to exercise this option. If I remember right it was around 35 bucks.
Has overnight parking, however MUST earn at least 40 points on card and then revive a 3 night pass. (Basically spend $40.00 in casino to earn the 40 points). Must earn more points over the next 3 days to get an extension to your stay.