Open for overnight in January 2022 when I was there.
USer reports We went to security and were told to see the front desk. They wanted to change $75 just to park overnight. No hook ups or anything!
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It's known for its Bingo, so if your into Bingo or slots then you might like this small place. Several machines were out of order. They replaced the poker room with more slots. Some people left money tickets on the floor in front of me and left machines with money on them unattended like I was going to steal from them. I wasted $150 on slots for a couple hours of entertainment, so I slept the night in the parking lot, but didn't bother checking in. The cops and security patrolled the lot often and there is a lot of road noise. There were a few rvs in the back corner. Woke up to gun shots from the firing range next door.Report Check-In
Perfect spot for a quick safe overnight. Back parking lot is designated for large rigs and RV’s.Report Check-In
Great overnight spot. Just go into casino and check in at security to get your overnight parking pass.Report Check-In
Check in with security desk. They check your drivers license and you need to fill out a form with plate# state, name and emergency contact #. Then display the paper they give you on your dash. One night only unless by specific arrangements with security. Safe, plenty of space. 5 bars cellular. Hotel is open and the restaurant is excellent value.Report Check-In
Was able to go to the security desk and get a parking permit for free, parked out in the back of the lot with other rvs and trucks. Says you need to be self contained. Not super quiet, but not bad for a night.Report Check-In
The casino and hotel have reopened. It's standard casino protocol for overnight parking; just check in with security and fill out a form. I highly recommend the restaurant in the casino. The food was extremely good and it only cost $30 for dinner and a beer.Report Check-In
Per their website, they are currently closed to RVs and vehicles longer than 10ft due to covid. “No RV’s, eighteen-wheeler rigs or vehicles 10ft or higher are allowed on property”
Hopefully they’ll allow us again, it was a great stop
Casino and Hotel Resort, on the outskirts of Everglades. they were closed fully up until recently. hotel still closed so they are not allowing any overnights for RV, camper van, etc. if you are looking to gamble it seemed like all machines with slot machine type games. no live tables. no video poker or blackjack. Not sure when hotel will open.Report Check-In
Large paved lot located in the back of the parking lot. It's free but you have to register with security. Lot is plenty big to accommodate any size RV. There was atleast 20 rv's, gooseneck, and towed trailers as well as a few semi trucks the night I was there. Casino is very busy (Friday) so you need to be mindful as to how you park as to not get blocked in by the casino goer's. I see atleast three that had cars parked right in front of the towed vehicle. Slept soundly.. the night was uneventful. It was quiet since you're tucked in the back lot away from
the traffic off US41. Good place to rest close to Shark Valley (Everglades National Park). Cell reception is very good with AT&T.. four bars. Access to restrooms in casino 24hrs; but you will have to walk thru smoke filled casino floor to get to it.
Signs say you need to be a customer to park here but you don’t. We just checked in with security and didn’t need to purchase anything. Security were lovely, felt very safe. Lots of bugs!Report Check-In
we eat at the buffet for 11,50$. it's on the 2th floor. each day different types of food ( Mexican, American, Italian...). can recommend it.Report Check-In
Good place for one night. Register at the security of the casino. Lots of trucks so a bit noisy at night when they go.Report Check-In