We have 37 foot rv, needed one night stay. Plenty of room, wide streets off of I 24, good food, non smoking, small casino but fun. Clean, staff friendly. Nothing fancy, but nice evening. And won $50 on penny slots.
The pay tables on VP aren't quite as good as Par-A-Dice Casino in East Peoria, but they do have a progressive DDB, which is enjoyable. The steak house has closed and is now the event center. A new restaurant has opened between the hotel elevators and the casino entrance called Bridges Dining Company. Everything in new and clean.
I always stop here on my way back south which I did in September on my way home from Wisconsin. I like that there is a big parking area for my motorhome. I arrived right at supper time so the first thing I did was eat at the buffet. Although a little small, I've found the food and service here always to be good. My waitress made sure I had everything I needed, actually better service than in most restaurants. And I could tell I was almost back in the south because she called me honey! The slots seemed a little tighter than usual but I really ended up almost breaking even. The small amount I lost was far less than the enjoyment from playing in a nice facility.
We use to go here about 1 time per month, but we have noticed over the past year that it was getting harder to get any play time on the slots. So, we have decided to not go back.
The workers are very nice, the atmosphere is good enough (no smoking..yeh!) but the machines have been tightened down way too much. Others we have talked to have noticed it too. It is a little farther away, but I plan on going toward St. Louis casinos for now.