Border Inn Casino & RV Park
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Nathan @ Wand'rly would stay here again
“Decent stop over along US-50”
Reviewed Mar 14, 2017
We had one of the wildest experiences of our lives in this little casino with some space to park out back.
The sun setting over Utah was blinding us through a dirty windshield. The route long, and with limited vision, an otherwise easy drive proved significantly treacherous. Thus, we pulled into the Border Inn and pulled up a chair in the church basement style casino / eatery / pool hall.
The beers were domestic and the food completely unmemorable. We likely would have went straight to bed if it weren't for the interesting trio that approached us, perhaps because we were the only other young people (this was a couple of years back, FYI) in a fifty mile radius.
One of the young men was clearly Limp Bizkit, the other bore a goatee that exclaimed he could eat a tin can with no problem, and their lady companion was the first to greet us. We played pool, and video games. We drank beers. We listened to stories of their goat, and what good he could or could not do. Before we went to bed, they gave us presents and wished us well.
They worked in the gift shop. That's where they got the gifts from.
Though the site had amenities such as hookups, we needed them not, as we were now the proud owners of snow globes and "Remember when..." pamphlets from days long gone by...
I don't know if we weren't aware of Great Basin National Park back then, or the sun had simply burned our retinas useless for more driving, but I would probably try and shoot for the park as opposed to this place next time. Unless I wanted to loosen my wallet on the slot machines, of course...
This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com
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- 30 Amp
- 20 Amp
- Full Hookups
- wifi: free
- big rig
- pull thru
- restrooms: flush
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