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Old 10-28-2012, 09:46 PM   #1
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We are heading out for what will probably be our last trip of the season. Last year we went and camped( slept in our trailer) at a Casino in Washington State. They charge $15 a night and have 30 amp power, you get a coupon book which gives you more than $15 back. This has now the 2nd annual end of the season trip for us. Last year we went with 3 trailers this year it is 5. They have 24 power RV spots and any extras can park in the parking lot for free. We go for Nov11 weekend. We do some Christmas shopping nearby and a stop at Camping world and Cabelas. It was a good time with our friends last year and will be first trip towing with the new truck!!:hihi:
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Old 10-28-2012, 09:52 PM   #2
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I have seen the same thing at some of the casinos here in Michigan. I am afraid if I did that I would end up leaving without my TT.
Sounds like a heckeva deal though.
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That sounds like a fun camping trip. Great way to end the camping season
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Early this year the Bride and I spent a few days at a KOA CG in Durant, OK. While it's not a real casino CG it was next door. A bit $$ but super convenient. The laundry and shower rooms were of course bigger but also nicer than our house. The casino has a shuttle that will fetch and return on demand. They will also drop you off at local resturants. Other than needing a few trees the CG was excellent.
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I have seen the same thing at some of the casinos here in Michigan. I am afraid if I did that I would end up leaving without my TT.
Sounds like a heckeva deal though.
Which casinos?
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Old 10-29-2012, 09:54 PM   #6
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Try this website. It was very helpful on our trip last week from AZ to MN.

www.casinocampgrounds.com

Hope this helps.
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Old 10-29-2012, 10:08 PM   #7
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We stay at Angel of the Winds in Washington
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Old 10-30-2012, 10:54 AM   #8
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We stayed at the Kewadin Casino RV park in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan this past July. $10.00 a night with nice clean washrooms and showers. There was 40 amp service but no water or sewer on the site. There is a dump station and potable water near the entrance. You also get use of the Casino Hotel pool and exercise room included in your price. There was a promotion on when we were there for anyone who had a players card(free), if you stayed one night, you got the next two free. They have an "all you can eat" evening and breakfast buffet in their restaurant which was very reasonably priced. The night we were there it was a Prime Rib buffet which was delicious. If we had stayed the next night it was going to be Alaskan Crab buffet. I can't remember exactly how much the buffet was, but I think it was around $15.00.
Here is the website: www.kewadinsault.com/hotel/rv-park
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Old 10-31-2012, 07:06 AM   #9
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There's also a campground at the Ho-Chunk Casino near Baraboo, Wisconsin. We were camping at another campground but found it once we got to Baraboo. It looked very nice. It's been open about a year.
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^^^ Devils Lake is also really close to Baraboo and it a state park so it is reasonably affordable and not to mention, beautiful. ^^^
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