This Casino is not too far from where we live. We occasionally stay there if we plan on being late. When they built the hotel the did away with a very good RV area. Now they have a small lot that is un-level and only have a few hook up sites. The bad part is if you stay there its 20 bucks for Dry camping! We typically just park in parking lot away from everyone else. they don't seem to care and if you are dry camping its better than paying 20 bucks for an un level spot with no hookups/wifi or anything. The Casino is decent, the food in the brewery is really good. the lounge usually has good music on the weekends.
over all a good stay, just stay away from there so called RV area. Unless you are lucky enough to get a hook up site but I have never seen them empty.
We stayed many times in the RV area over by the gas station. It was convenient and with your paid site fee of $15 you were given a few coupons. Over the last couple of years the coupons reduced in value but it was still a good place to stay. We were very surprised when they eliminated the RV area which had electric hook ups for each site. The whole area was paved over. I was talking to an employee and asked what the deal was. He said the Casino is leased and on Tribal land so they have no say about changes. The parking lot, which now includes the old RV area, is ridiculously enormous. They could never accommodate the crowd if every parking space was used. It's funny that some casino's perception is that rv'ers don't spend money. Most of us gamble AND eat and drink in their restaurants. We really liked Angel of the Winds but until (and if) they put in more RV parking we'll stay free at Tulalip or pay $30 at Swinomish on Fidalgo Bay where they welcome you.
My first and last RV stop to this casino. To be honest, the casino was quite pleasant. The food was quite sad. That being said, for an RV spot, it sucked! The only thing offered was a $25 spot with electricity only in a parking spot in a parking lot. Loud vehicles driving through all evening, testing the max of their speakers systems bass was our entertainment all evening. That's why RV'ers are separated from general parking. To me its simple, invest in about 30-50 full hookup sites not too far away from a casino entrance and they'd have a destination Mecca for RV'ers. Every RV park was filled up in the surrounding area.....think about it....