This is an okay place to stay. Staff are very friendly and accommodating. Maximum stay is 7 days. Spaces are often full, but they will allow you to dry camp in overflow for $10/ night. Maybe I missed it, but it is not a large park and I don't believe there are any public restrooms or showers. We were self-contained so it was not a problem, but if bathrooms and showers are needed, you will want to ask about that. The park is fairly noisy as it is located on the back side of the hotel with all the HVAC and kitchen exhausts running 24/7 and employee parking lot. Since it is a casino, cars are coming and going at all hours. The park is situated between the hotel and the train track. There are only 2-3 trains a day and they are oil trains traveling from the nearby refinery. They are going very slow as there is a draw bridge on the adjacent channel they must cross. It is actually fun to watch all the boat activity vying with the trains as the bridge swings open and shut throughout the day. We are not casino users so I can't speak to that, but there are three food venues within the casino providing nice dining options. Each camp space has a picnic table and small patch of lawn. The area is well maintained and security patrols it 24/7.
We don't mind it here. Sites are clean, hotel staff are friendly. And penny slots casinos. :)