Overnight RV Parking is OK -- read the rules
RV Parking and Camping Information
This is Casino Pauma’s Operations Supervisor, I am contacting you regarding Casino Pauma’s listing on Casino Camper website. I wanted to clarify our policy for parking RV’s at Casino Pauma. There are no hook ups of any kind and if you are hauling anything you may not detach while you are parked. There are no power hook ups. The time limit for parking or two nights. You must either be a club member or join the players club. Membership is free. You need to check in with security, either the manager or supervisor, and give the type of RV and a cell number if possible. You may not pull out your table, chairs or awnings. Remember we are not an RV Park.
This review is to update/confirm previous reviews. We stopped here for dinner and an overnight stay while on the way to another campground. RV parking area is well marked, well lit, level and paved and patrolled regularly by security. We signed up for for the club card and checked in with valet booth to give our info (Rv info, plate, cell # for emergencies) The casino is smaller and well kept. Not too crowded. We played slots and they seemed about as "loose" as any other casino. The food (buffet and deli-window) is good and affordable. My apologies that I dont have exact prices, discount info and offers for the club card. But they occasionally do change and you can probably find them online or by calling the casino. We have this casino marked on our GPS as a "Will return" to place.
Rules have changed--
Rules have changed. Still check in with Security and complete a form- name, address, RV info etc. Stay is now 72 HOURS with a club card. Although they have a designated level dry camp area off the pavement we were told to park "anywhere" and there were rigs that parked on the pavement in the parking lot. Cars were disconnected. Very friendly casino- small but lots of action. The food is HALF the price of the other casinos in the area- Happy Hour is 4PM- 7PM. Will come back again......
Report from L. Smith, June 2008
We just spent Memorial Day weekend at the Pauma Casino. I am enclosing the picture so you can put it on your website if you wish.
We called first and they said camping was fine. Three rigs traveled to the Pauma Casino on Friday May 23, 2008. When we got there we were told that they only allow two nights. I told them when I called ahead I had told the Security person that we need to be there for three nights. They were very nice and accommodated us.
The area is to the left as you enter the parking lot. There is a long row of parking for RV's and Buses. We parked at the end farthest from the Casino. The lot is almost level and clean. There is security in the parking lot at all times. You are safe there. The area is beautiful.
The casino is small, but clean and the food is consistently good. Pull up their website and you will find all kinds of good deals for senior discounts and a breakfast special every morning. The casino also has a good smoke removal system.
The Pauma is only a short drive from the Pala, Harrah's Rincon and the Valley View Casino's. I recommend you get there early in the day as the parking area fills up in the evening.
January 21, 2008
Report from Dana H., January 21, 2008
Casino Pauma had a nice open parking lot and I could tell immediately that I wouldn’t have any trouble getting in and out. When I got closer to the lot, there was a sign that said RV Parking with an arrow to the right. I was pleased to see that they had a full row of RV spots along the edge with an empty field that was perfect for dog walks. (I didn’t have my dog, but made a note of it anyway) There was a few RV’s utilizing the RV spots as were quite a few cars. There was plenty of regular parking so there was no excuse for it.
I made my way into the casino and everyone was very nice and friendly. I walked around a little bit and put a few bucks in their machines. I then realized that there were no high dollar slots. I usually play $1 and $5 and sometimes quarters. Everything seemed to be 1 cent and nickel slots. The place was a bit on the smaller side. I decided to continue on to the Harrah’s down the road and see what they had to offer.