Overnight RV Parking is OK
RV Parking and Camping Information
What a neat place this casino is. Located between I-5 & 99 the RV lot is on the north side. It's a nice casino in a productive agricultural area. Parking is older pavement and gravel but clean and tidy. There are some trucks at night and we moved as a reefer pulled in alongside. The nicest part of the lot is where the tour buses park but RV's are moved away from there. Regular shuttle pick-up
We did not stay but I thought I would update this casino. There is only 1 sign directing RVs into the back. There are 2 very large gravel lots and 1 paved lot, all of which are very flat. There is no water, dump trash or electric offered. The casino offers players club $20 of game play and buy one get one at the buffet AT FULL PRICE... not the 7.77 deal. Casino is clean and the air is surprisingly fresh.
December 22, 2009
Report from V. Svendsen, December 22, 2009
We have stayed there overnight several times, with lots of space for large units. Friendly staff. 24 hr security. Very good food in the restaurant. We keep going back, even with that little detour off I-5.
November 30, 2009
Report from Laura & Sasha, November 30, 2009
Lots of signs, plus there was a guy in a golf cart that came over to escort us to the area for RVs. Lots of signs to get to the casino.
Is FREE overnight RV parking allowed? Yes, no problem staying overnight, it is strongly encouraged. Two carts came by to bring us to the front, but we decided to walk instead.
Conditions: The parking lot is level, dirt parking, which would be muddy if it rained, but large spots available. Like stated before, people came by in carts, but it was a nice walk to the front of the casino.
Facilities provided: No Hookups There is no dump station, nor fresh water, and no trash containers visible in the lot.
I would definitely go back, the area was quite and surrounded by the orchards, a little off the beaten path, but they try very hard for your business.
Food; We went to the buffet, it was pretty good, for a Thursday, especially since it was Thanksgiving. They had the prime rib and turkey. Good dessert bar, and fried shrimp. Large buffet and good choices, and not as expensive as we would have thought. $9.50 per person.
Gambling; We signed up for the player’s club, $10 each free play, (Found out after going to buffet that there was a 2 for 1 on the buffet – oh well!) Interestingly, it was not as smoky as you would think for a casino. Although we did not see a non-smoking area, it was amazingly not smoky. Their ventilation system was really good. My husband and I are very sensitive to it, and we hardly smelled the smoke. They had lots of penny slots, plus other slots. I did not see any card tables though we don’t play them. I actually won at the penny slots, enough to pay a couple of nights of dinners. It was not too crowded, probably because it was Thanksgiving.
Entertainment; There was a band playing, my husband watched it for a while, I could hear it from where I was playing. It was pretty good. While there might have been entertainment at other times, there was nothing big there that weekend.
Is there anything for kids to do?: There were kids there in the restaurants but not on the casino floor. I do not know if there was anything for kids.
No arcade, movies, bowling: I do not believe there was anything like that available.
This was the first casino we had ever stayed at, usually boondocking at a Walmart. We were pleasantly surprised by how nice they were, happy that we had come to their casino. We were impressed by the people in the golf carts that wanted to drive us to the front, as well as drive us back to our camper. Security was pretty good, but there was not the real worry of a problem.
October 23 2009
Report from Kevin and Michelle, October 23 2009
We stayed at the Colusa Casino and Resort in July 2009. There is good, level parking just north of the Casino main building. There is a nice (not great) buffet, the usual games and slot machines. It is very quiet here.
This casino is just off Interstate 5 on Hwy 45 about 5 miles north of Colusa, CA. If traveling south it is easy to take HWY 45 into Sacramento and then south on I5. If traveling north get off I5 and go north on hwy 45.
The Casino is located in the middle of a farming area and is surrounded by orchards. There are no hookups, no RV park, RVers are encouraged to stay overnight or a day or two. Security is in the parking area around the clock and watch over the vehicles there. A shuttle takes you the short distance to the casino. There is a large dirt level surfaced field behind the parking area for exercising the dogs and cats. Last summer the mosquitoes were voracious. Remember to close the screen door when you take the pet out to stretch. We forgot!!!