There were no signs how to get to rv parking. Go east of Bowling alley. It's not in hotel/casino parking. At the round-about (on casino side of hwy) take frontage road going east in front of casino/hotel & past bowling alley. You should turn left at end of road, you'll see sign there.
Fun and lively Table action at night. Kinda boring
(Updated: May 30, 2017)
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Ok, so I'll start off by saying, I'm not a slots player. Slots are for people who like to donate money to Indian tribes. If I could have more than a quarter of Yachi Indian in my blood, I'd open a casino just so you slot buffs can put your hard earned money in my machines so I can be a billionaire, because that's what slots do for all casinos. Players will never win. That being said. So I have played the table games during evening. A good amount of the tables have good action, many of them are open, and not too packed. The casino itself is just off the 10 freeway, with plenty of things to do in the vicinity, such as cool places to eat, and a pretty nice sized outlet for dropping the Mrs. off to shop. However, if you go during the day or on slower times, they shut quite a few of the tables down, all the way to where you will only find one or two Bj tables that pay 3/2 on blackjacks, but are jammed packed to the brim. There are maybe 3 or 4 others open, that pay 6/5, but you know that 6/5 blackjack is highway robbery, so no playing there. Other than that, the casino is wide open, with may options to choose from. Staff and dealers are extremely polite. Even offering me a comped room one evening, that I would have taken had I not already been staying in Irvine for the week. I would definitely take the trip to check Morongo out. It's worth it if you ask me.
In 2014 every Sunday a Car was given away, One BIG problem, I started to notice. that roughly FORTY were given to ASIAN sir names ONE White woman,the rest were Spanish. NO AFRICAN AMERICANS . Twelve years I have played in this Casino,No mention of BLACK HISTORY.
We've been coming to Morongo for years. In retrospect, my wife and I agree that, ever since they started raffling a car on weekends, the slots have definitely gotten tighter. Wins now are few and far between and prior favorite slots –like Quick Hits– have gotten tighter than a gnat's ass.