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Every other years we leave Michigan and go to Tunica Miss for our first leg then onto Couschatta in Louisiana then down to Boloxi before going to Fl for the season.

We re looking for other casinos in that loop to stop at on our winter journey.

tell us where you like to hang out in that general area.

We do go to Vegas on alternate years but this is our shorter winter loop.


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Vicksburg, MS has a casino with an RV park. Shreveport, LA has casinos and Natchez, MS has casinos. Marksville, LA has a casino with a campground and there are several in the Baton Rouge, LA area.

Try this site:
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Hollywood in Tunica is our stopping spot


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Hollywood in Bay StLouis. Strange Texan hit most of the stops.

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bgum wrote:

Hollywood in Bay StLouis. Strange Texan hit most of the stops.


Thumbs up. Hollywood in Bay St. Louis is our casino camping spot on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

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On a couple of our trips to the coast we have stayed at the Vicksburg, Ms. casino campground. It was great and a tram came right to our door with a phone call to pick us up and take us back to our unit. We did not gamble but, used the restaurants and enjoyed them. They are on our stay list if we make it by there again. Very friendly people there and a very clean campground.

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It has been a few years for me, but we have stayed at Treasure Island Casino near Red Wing MN (SW of Minneapolis/St.Paul). I want to say it was $15 or $20 a night for full hook up (water, electric, sewer) and included use of the hotel pool and fitness center. They also have a great buffet at the casino. But usually I just play on wooricasino

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Silver Slipper in Waveland MS has a small FHU parking lot for RVs. Be careful which route you take to get to the coast from US90. There are some steep grade crossings and a TT was hit by a train when it got stuck on one.

Lakeshore Rd. is the flattest. It's also the one that goes directly to the RV parking.





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Casinos are a great place to overnight even if you don't plan to gamble. Nobody has better parking lot security than a casino.


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