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eDUBz

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We stayed at pechanga Rv resort this weekend. We like it, super clean and well maintained, shuttle service from campsite to casino door or shuttle service to their convenient store. They also have buddy sites where you can park facing each other . Nice swimming pool and laundry facilities

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These are the buddy sites which is fairly new.


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Wow. That looks pretty nice.


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We've gone there many times. Consistently good all the time.


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dedmiston wrote:

Wow. That looks pretty nice.


It’s is, the buddy sites are newer so the trees aren’t fullly grown out for all the shade. I believe pechanga is like a 5 star with good Sam.

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outdoorlovers wrote:

We've gone there many times. Consistently good all the time.


Yup! We always enjoy our time here.

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I see that you were in the old section,a lot nicer than the new part.

I was just at Pachanga RV Resort,in the new section in a Premium back in site. I was very surprised at how much the spot sloped toward the street.It seemed that all the ones here were the same,nice spot but all the new trees were dead.

I moved to the very rear of the space to get as level as possible,it was much worse near the street. I still had to get up on the very top of my blocks,as others had to do in the same section.I did see a few in the old section that had to use blocks but not as bad as the new section.

If I go again I will not stay stay in this section,I would stay in the old section.

On the positive side the shuttle to the Casino was prompt and came right to the Space.Coming back it sometimes took a while for them to show up,we asked about that and the driver said that they were stationed at the lot next to the RV park.

The nice thing about reserving on line is that you don't pay anything up front,you pay when you get there and they ask if you have any memberships like AAA,Good Sam, AARP etc.then they discount what you have on your conformation E mail,ours was $20 cheaper than what they quoted us.
For as large as it is there is not a lot of restrooms and showers, each restroom has 2 showers,they all seem to be on the outside corners of the park.

Food is ok but very pricey $$$,I mean $15 for a sandwich and $8 for a beer to go with it,at their food court.check their website for the restaurants and buffet $$$
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IAMICHABOD wrote:

I see that you were in the old section,a lot nicer than the new part.

I was just at Pachanga RV Resort,in the new section in a Premium back in site. I was very surprised at how much the spot sloped toward the street.It seemed that all the ones here were the same,nice spot but all the new trees were dead.

I moved to the very rear of the space to get as level as possible,it was much worse near the street. I still had to get up on the very top of my blocks,as others had to do in the same section.I did see a few in the old section that had to use blocks but not as bad as the new section.

If I go again I will not stay stay in this section,I would stay in the old section.

On the positive side the shuttle to the Casino was prompt and came right to the Space.Coming back it sometimes took a while for them to show up,we asked about that and the driver said that they were stationed at the lot next to the RV park.

The nice thing about reserving on line is that you don't pay anything up front,you pay when you get there and they ask if you have any memberships like AAA,Good Sam, AARP etc.then they discount what you have on your conformation E mail,ours was $20 cheaper than what they quoted us.
For as large as it is there is not a lot of restrooms and showers, each restroom has 2 showers,they all seem to be on the outside corners of the park.

Food is ok but very pricey $$$,I mean $15 for a sandwich and $8 for a beer to go with it,at their food court.check their website for the restaurants and buffet $$$


We stopped eating at casinos, no matter where you go casino food is always expensive. We ate the Baja express and the pizza place by the gas station.

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If you like casino camping you should try PALA Casino just over the hill from Pechanga,really nice RV Park,they have a free shuttle or a short walk.

There is also the Pala mini mart next to the park,just a short walk,it has almost everything you would need and has a killer Deli,sandwiches, pizza that is the best in the Valley, all at reasonable prices,they also have fresh local produce and wines.

There is also a gas station there with angled pumps that are big rig friendly,easy entrance and exit.

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IAMICHABOD wrote:

If you like casino camping you should try PALA Casino just over the hill from Pechanga,really nice RV Park,they have a free shuttle or a short walk.

There is also the Pala mini mart next to the park,just a short walk,it has almost everything you would need and has a killer Deli,sandwiches, pizza that is the best in the Valley, all at reasonable prices,they also have fresh local produce and wines.

There is also a gas station there with angled pumps that are big rig friendly,easy entrance and exit.


We stayed in the first row backed up to that fence, I believe it was L11 a couple months ago. we did notice towards the back it slope down but not to bad.



I heard about it, we actually drove to Pala Saturday afternoon to check out the Fox race way track they have. You can also camp there for $35 but it’s dry camping. Pretty cool if your into riding. We are going to come back with out dirt bikes.


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We stay there (Pechanga) once a year. The buffet is fabulou$ but expensive. The Pechanga Cafe is much more reasonable yet the food is excellent.

And yes, the facilities in the park are alwayse very clean. The park was expanded a couple of years ago so there is much more room. Always quiet, no loud partying going on.

Close to all the wineries, too.


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