Rolling Hills Casino

2655 Everett Freeman Way, Corning, California
12 reviews


Daily: $35 Reported 4 months ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Pets Allowed
  • Restaurant
  • Restrooms
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Pet Area
  • Big Rig Access


Stayed: 12/06/17 to 12/07/17

“Liked it very much”

For a casino, it’s a little expensive at $35. But it was clean and quiet, and felt very safe. We didn’t see dog poop or cigarette butts as someone else described. Won some money at the Casino, so that helped. But the buffet was really expensive, $20 for dinner seemed steep, we ate in the RV.  Would stay here again. 

“Call ahead to reserve”

Last two times we got here late since this is our preferred stop over but price went up and they close at midnight.   This time I called ahead and reserved since last time they were all full and we had to stay out with the trucks. 
Stayed: 10/07/17 to 10/08/17

“Going down hill”

This use a much nicer place and the price was $25 and get a discount on that. Now it's $35 no discounts plus 8 if you want showers. Cigarettes butts on ground and dog crap. Guess it's time to find another hidden gem. You could always stay in parking lot with the truckers and run your generator to drown out the truck noise. 

Nice place for a one night stay
A bit pricey for just a place to park. No showers unless you pay. 
We don't smoke or have pets but all around our site were cigarette butts and dog crap. No excuse.

“Easy in and out”

They now charge $35/night, it was a better value at $28.  It is easy in and out and no problem with arriving late.   

“Don't Stay Here!”

This is the most poorly managed RV park we've stayed at in the US and Canada. Host patrols the park like Cruella De Vil from the 101 Dalmations, threatening to tow your RV away if you have even a minor infraction of the rules -- his rules, that is.  Check-in is in the Casino Club House, so don't pull into the RV Park without first registering.  Security from the casino patrols also, and you can't park your RV to walk back to the Club House without another threat to tow your RV.  Wifi is spotty if it works at all.  Find another park to stay at on I-5

“Easy in and out and only $28.00 a night.”

All spots are long pull throughs with full hook ups, we have a 41'6" Diesel pusher with a tow car and didnt have unhook. Strong 50 amp, but no cable. Great location for your satellite  (low trees here). Casino is nice, food is very good and alcohol prices are not bad. Played a penny machine for about 2 hours on $5.00 and walked out with $30.00. :)

“Nice for Short Stay”

All pull through and full hookup sites with good spacing. Showers cost. Golf course and the casino/restaurants. Half price buffet for seniors if you join casino club. Nice place for 1 or 2 nights. $28.


“Reasonable price”

Lots of spaces and great prices for full hookup. Beware of the roaches at night. Otherwise pleasant park for the locale. Pull through spaces. 

“Nice over night”

Stayed here about two years ago  and decided to see what had changed. Park is starting to get a comfortable feel. Plants are growing up. Designated puppy area rather than wandering all over in a large field. Park fills up quickly, would advise making a reservation to hold a spot.

“Good for overnight”

A simple rv park behind a casino.  The park is basic with all pull thru sites and full hookups.  Sites are gravel and near level. Not much shade to be found, trees are planted between the sites and in a few years may provide some shade. We have stayed here before and will again when headed to points south. 

“Sleeping and gaming”

Not bad at all. There is very little shade but nice park. Its clean and next to a casino with food and gaming. Quiet at night but some trucks near by due to close proximity to the interstate. It is off the interstate and there are not any residences nearby with open rolling hills so It feels safe there and there is 24 hour security.

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