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  • Riverside Casino Resort, Laughlin Nevada

    As a treat, we booked a week in the RV Park of the Riverside Resort Casino in Laughlin, Nevada. It's perched on the banks of the Colorado River. Late March and warm temps in the mid-80s

    They had a promo deal - a week of full hookups, free cable TV, hotel pool access and two buffet meal tickets for $109 plus tax. The huge multi-tiered RV Park is jammed with snowbirds. The RV sites are cramped but still not a bad deal.

    The town is like a tiny Vegas strip and across the river in Arizona is the Bullhead City with all the regular shops, services, and big box stores. All and all its a nice area with what looks like lots to see and do. I can see why many snowbirds like to hang out here the winter.

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  • Twin Arrows Casino, Arizona

    Free overnight parking lot area for RVs. An excellent free overnight option if you are traveling along Interstate 40 anywhere near Flagstaff, Arizona. Asked front desk and no registration was required, park in one of the RV sites that were designated with good signage and painted lines on asphalt. Some spots are a bit unlevel as is generally norm with casino lots.



    They have a 9.99 lunch buffet and 14.99 dinner buffet. We tried the dinner, and I rate it as just OK. - https://www.twinarrows.com/

    It's a modern #casino with nice views of the mountains above Flagstaff.

    Cheers, Ray

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