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Change in policy at Quechan casino - Karla - 05-25-2017

In case anybody needs to know, you don't need a permit to camp on the Quechan casino RV lot anymore.  It's free now.  I had to make 3 trips to Los Algodones for a root canal & crown ($440 for the whole shebang!) and each time I camped in my CR-V at the edge of the parking lot next to the RV lot.  It worked out great.


RE: Change in policy at Quechan casino - MrNoodly - 05-25-2017

I didn't know a permit had been required. I've always just grabbed a spot.


RE: Change in policy at Quechan casino - realspur62 - 05-28-2017

(05-25-2017, 10:33 PM)Karla Wrote:  In case anybody needs to know, you don't need a permit to camp on the Quechan casino RV lot anymore.  It's free now.  I had to make 3 trips to Los Algodones for a root canal & crown ($440 for the whole shebang!) and each time I camped in my CR-V at the edge of the parking lot next to the RV lot.  It worked out great.

What dentist/clinic did you use? That's a great deal. Thanks for the update and info.
J


RE: Change in policy at Quechan casino - Karla - 06-01-2017

(05-28-2017, 09:42 PM)realspur62 Wrote:  What dentist/clinic did you use? That's a great deal. Thanks for the update and info.
J

I went to DeFranco, the same one Bob goes to.  They have 3 locations.  I've also been to Figuero.  There are a zillion choices, and I doubt there's a lot of difference between them.


RE: Change in policy at Quechan casino - Releaseone - 06-04-2021

It would be a good idea to explore this area, either on forums or on travel guides?


RE: Change in policy at Quechan casino - MrNoodly - 06-07-2021

I THINK the policies at the Quechan casino have changed again. I THINK they're now charging to park in the RV area. I could be wrong. Whatever the reason, it's way less crowded than it used to be. And I think they're somehow limiting boondocking in the area south of the aquaduct. I know they're redeveloping the RV park just before the border. Things change.


RE: Change in policy at Quechan casino - RoamerRV428 - 06-07-2021

yea they changed....from the net: RV PARKING AND CAMPING INFORMATION
Overnight RV Parking Allowed:
YES
Fee:
$7 - $10 per night.
Parking Rules:
Overnight RV parking is allowed.
1 night - $10
3 nights - $25
7 nights - $50

NOTHING IS GONNA be hardly free anymore and I get they need to survive financially and take every advantage to make a buck on their owned property................so yea, things are always changing LOL the older style lifestyle of free then is definitely being redefined!


RE: Change in policy at Quechan casino - Scott3569 - 06-09-2021

(05-25-2017, 10:33 PM)Karla Wrote:  In case anybody needs to know, you don't need a permit to camp on the Quechan casino RV lot anymore.  It's free now.  I had to make 3 trips to Los Algodones for a root canal & crown ($440 for the whole shebang!) and each time I camped in my CR-V at the edge of the parking lot next to the RV lot.  It worked out great.
Wow I need some cavities filled, maybe even some extractions.. I will have to try to remember this when I actually get on the road.


RE: Change in policy at Quechan casino - MrNoodly - 06-09-2021

I pretty much winter along Ogilby Road. It's about 10 to 12 miles farther from Los Algodones and Yuma, but it's free, a lot quieter and much roomier.


RE: Change in policy at Quechan casino - wayne49 - 06-09-2021

Border Parking was $8.00/day in April, it's run by the Q tribe. Short walk to the crossing, depending on where you park.

I also stayed overnights off of Ogilby, along American Girl Mine Rd. [That's where they mine American Girl Dolls. j/k]