larryf Posted September 8, 2015 Report Share Posted September 8, 2015 We've been living and traveling fulltime in our motorhome for over 11 years. Our current rig is a 2010 40' Phaeton and am loving it.Since we hate paying high prices for a RV Park when traveling, just to stop and sleep for the night, we always consider spending the night at a Casino. Many casino's welcome RV'ers with open arms, as we usually will go inside and gamble and have a meal. Almost always, parking (dry camping) overnight is free. Some casino's even have electric hookups that are free, and a few even have free full hook-ups. We prefer staying at a Casino instead of parking overnight at Walmarts, Truck Stops, etc. We've even came away with the casino paying us" for the stay (winning at the casino).Our best source of information on finding RV Friendly Casinos is at the Casino Camper website. Recently, we took over operation of this website. Many improvements have recently been made, more are coming, and we're working on validating the casino information provided. Currently, there's almost 400 casino's listed that are RV Friendly and more keep being added The site provides detailed information on these casinos, maps, photos, and reviews from people who have stayed at there.Come check us out at http://www.casinocamper.com and add us to your list of RV Parking websites.If you're retired from U.S. Military service (or active duty), you definitely would be interested in the U.S. Military Campgrounds and RV Parks website. We've been running this great site for over 10 years. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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