Black Oak Casino

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19400 Tuolumne Road North
Tuolumne, CA 95379
877-747-8777
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GPS: 37.9738, -120.2401

Last Price Paid: $45

2 people have reviewed this location.

Ratings Summary

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Cell Phone Coverage

2bars
Verizon 4G/LTE
1bars
AT&T 4G/LTE
11 reviews
Nightly rate: $45
Days stayed: 0
“Major price change”

Reviewed Nov 20, 2017

Overall Rating

Evidently the casino saw a missing opportunity. We pulled in expecting a free site for the night & a little entertainment from the slot machines. We pulled up to little shack & saw no one. We pulled on in & saw the sites all had full hookups. As we were leaving, a lady stopped us & said next time we come, stop at the shack! Hmm, seems we did that! But, she said rates are 45 for pull in & 54 for drive through. Off our list now. Oh well, went down the road to Tuttletown Recreation Area. Happy Camper again!!

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Jeneric Ramblings
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29 Holiday Rambler Traveler
2006 Jeep Liberty CRD
43 reviews
Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 1
“unorganized mess”

Reviewed Jul 22, 2017

Overall Rating

We've stayed at casinos before that allow free parking in the back of their lots and it's usually better/quieter than a WalMart parking lot. Nothing special - just a place to park before you move on. Black Oak was worse. There was no parking attendant or signage indicating where we should park. We knew we'd never fit in the parking garage, but saw another RV up the hill so we headed there. The only spot that looked remotely level and large enough was also fairly dark (not under a huge streetlight) - bonus! Within seconds of us parking, Security came along and told us we weren't allowed to park there - we had to head up the hill and park with the buses. That wouldn't have been bad, but most of the buses were waiting for passengers to return, so they were all sitting around idling, so it was both noisy and the diesel fumes were rank (since we'd need open windows because there are no hookups). We spotted one space where we could park that was between some unoccupied vehicles so we took it; but it was underneath a bright streetlight and pretty unlevel. We also had to contend with noise from buses coming and going all night.

I'm not knocking a free spot to park, but we called the casino before we drove over and were told it was fine to sleep in our rig overnight, and to park "anywhere we could fit." We did just that, only to have Security kick us out. Security kept insisting that we needed to check in with the parking attendant so we even drove back around in our toad but never saw the mythical parking attendant. And telling us to park in between idling buses just isn't acceptable. Even if we had been going in to gamble at the casino, we couldn't have left our RV there because our pets would have died of carbon monoxide poisoning by the time we came out. It's just a weird setup that isn't RV friendly IMHO.

Access
Location
Cleanliness
Site Quality
Noise
1bars
AT&T 4G/LTE
2bars
Verizon 4G/LTE

This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com


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