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Campsite opened from 01 January till 31 December
This campsite can only be booked by telephone. 425-888-1234
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Snoqualmie Casino

37500 SE North Bend Way
98065, Snoqualmie
the United States

Snoqualmie Casino is a campsite in Snoqualmie, the United States, located in the Washington region. Dogs are allowed on this campsite.

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Anonymous
English (US)
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1 month ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Snoqualmie Casino 7-2022 it seems the RV lot is still being used by construction equipment (or I just didn’t find the correct lot). I’m in a class B so I found a spot in the main lot and stayed the night without issue. I didn’t ask permission to stay. I was up and out of there early.
2 months ago

apsuter
English (US)
Call before you go! They are currently using their RV parking for construction vehicles and told us they are not allowing any overnights!
6 months ago

Allison
English (US)
Great overnight parking, and you can park M-F(at noon) for $0 Just need to enroll in the platers club. Some road noise, but I slept great. Go to the Crescent Club Desk to get your parking pass, plenty of space. Tmobile hotspot (5G 2bar): 134 Down, 11.25 UP. Att Cellular 5G (2bar): 53 Down. Tmobile does seem intermittent (but it's been really stormy), great place to stop if after going over Snoqualmie pass, and if you're going to hit Seattle Rush hour traffic.
10 months ago

Lisa
English (US)
RV overnight parking available still only on weekdays No RV's after noon on Friday We have a motorhome and toad We just pulled over out of the way for the night
1 year ago

Bob&Nicolette
English (US)
They are now allowing overnight RV parking. Monday thru 12n on Friday. You can stay for 3 nights and there are no requirements to buy or play anything. You do have to register in the casino. No weekend overnight parking. There are 8 RV spots and when we arrived there was only two available, the other spots were occupied by pickup trucks with construction trailers on them despite the spots being clearly marked that they were for RV's only. Other reviews said there were RV's in other sections of the lot but we did not see that. The spots are sloped so you will need to level, it took both of our sets of lego's to get level. Parking lot was very noisy, the RV section is not removed in a distant section of the lot so all night people were coming and going. For over an hour someone was playing loud music in their car somewhere in the lot. My wife wore earplugs so didn't hear any of this. I hardly slept. They have a huge parking garage but it's closed due to COVID so everyone is in the lot where you will be. That being said.....the bar in the casino makes an excellent martini. Cell coverage - I had three bars of t-mobile LTE but nothing would work. So not sure what was wrong.
1 year ago

RomanyLife
English (US)
I just called them and they are now allowing overnight parking again except on weekends. He said Friday at noon through Monday RV parking overnight is not allowed
2 years ago

Pete
English (US)
7-18-20 - Just called them. They are not allowing overnight parking. They closed their employee parking lot as it was a distance away and they had to shuttle employees. They don’t want to shuttle employees during covid. So, they are using their parking garage for employees. So, they are using the area where they normally let RVs stay overnight as their customer lot. So....no overnight.
2 years ago

Brian G
English (US)
There is parking at the back of the Casino. Very nice stopover. They are only letting you stay for three hours right now due to the COVID situation. You can try at their gas station. You must check in with the Crescent Club upon arrival and you can get the current status from them.
2 years ago

Voyagers On Wheels
English (US)
Yes, the sites are sloped and it takes a bit to get level. Yes, there is only one area that can/should be used by RVs. And yes, it's free. That's right. It is a business which allows RVers to park for free on their grounds with NO requirements for using their business in the 72 hours you are allowed to stay. But, even if you don't gamble-go to their restaurants-they are all great. We had not stayed at a casino before this one but wanting to go into Seattle and not pay ridiculous prices to be cheek by jowl with others in an industrial area, we happened upon this on casinocampers.com. What luck. 20 min from downtown and all of it a beautiful drive. The casino is minutes from I-90 and could not be easier to get to. We simply followed the signs and parked. We did notice other RVs parked in other areas but IMHO this is a practice that may well lead to the casino either putting an end to free camping or simply not allowing it at all. We did note that by mid-afternoon the area was reasonably full so pulling in in the late afternoon/evening may not be the greatest idea. There are no amenities here but it's safe and quiet. Oh, and take the time to drive down to the charming little town of Snoqulamie and then up to the falls which you can view from the top and/or hike to the bottom in the park.
3 years ago

IPow
English (US)
We tried to park here and got the last spot. The spot was too unlevel and we could not level it properly without being able to unhitch. I called customer service to see if we could park in a different area that was slightly more level and still far back in the parking since there were at least 3 other RVs parked on the side of the parking lot but they told me I could not park anywhere else. Sad thing is we actually wanted to go do some gambling. We ended up just leaving and we are trying another casino.
3 years ago

RV Pilgrims
English (US)
We stayed here on our way to the Cascade loop. There is a large parking garage, leaving plenty of open space for RVs in the paved parking area. Security said that you can park up to 72 hours, and there is no requirement to register. There were several rigs of various kinds parked in the lower levels (not just in the designated RV spaces). It's a great overnight, and they have a very good buffet (senior lunch for $11!!). The casino has free WiFi which is reachable with a booster from the parking area. The only reason we gave it 4 stars is than the lot is sloped and there are no hookups, but you can get level easily if you have the gear.
3 years ago