Stayed here one night, just passing through. Made reservation online, but wasn't assigned a site. When we arrived, the office was closed and there were no instructions on how to check in. We had to call the hotel front desk. the sites are ok. The bathrooms and showers were nice and clean. You can walk or take a shuttle to the casino. The campground has very bright perimeter lights that can be a bit intrusive. We paid $45 for one night in an electric hookup spot. Seems a bit steep.
We stayed here overnight on our way to the Grand Canyon. It was fine for a “pull-in, hook up, go to bed” place, but I wouldn’t want to stay here for any length of time.
The sites are within a few feet of each other with no privacy. There’s no shade or really any vegetation.
I guess if you were planning to hang out at the casino, it’s a decent alternative to their hotel — there’s a free shuttle to and from the casino that seems to run most hours.
Fairly level site 95 fit our trailer & truck totaling 55”. People tend to not leash their dog which is a problem for my dog. Full hookups, check in is 3pm out is 11am. About 10 miles outside of Pendleton, OR (post office for mail and packages, Walmart Supercenter and Safeway. Arrowhead travel center for gas or munchies that has easy RV access. Free WiFi and 2 bars of Verizon LTE. Just off of Hwy 84. We did not enter the casino. Roosters restaurant in Pendleton provided safe distance dining in a clean environment.
We stayed in the Wildhorse Resort Casino RV Park & Tipi Village the day we purchased our trailer. The surroundings are sparse but what it lacks in scenery they make up for in amenities. There is a pool and a shuttle service to the casino. While we didn't go to the casino, we did spend a lot if time in the pool and envied those staying in the tipis. This is a great stop if you are traveling from Western Oregon to Eastern Oregon. The grounds and restrooms where clean and we enjoyed our stay!