Want to do a little relaxation, poolside time, great food, see a great show, or maybe a little time in a casino? Russ and Lori wanted to share news about a few Southern California casinos. Starting out at just a few casinos on Native American land in 1990, there are now about 30 casinos across California. So close to our own high desert, we offer three locations that you may want to try taking your RV to.

Morongo Casino Resort and Spa is located in Cabazon, in Riverside County. For something completely different, try their ‘Cosmic Bowling’ in their first rate bowling alley. With glow in the dark effects, this is truly tons of fun for all ages. Very inexpensive, all gear required to bowl is there for you. Morongo also has a lazy river pool. This is ever so relaxing. Camping at Morongo is good with many amenities.

The RV parking is very close to the massive Desert Hills Premium Outlets, which has more than 180 stores. One cool deal is that they do have a 24 hour cafe’. We RV folks sometimes run on different hours so this is very convenient. RV parking is free overnight. No hook-ups, this is parking lot dry camping.

Harrah’s Resort Southern California is located in Valley Center, in San Diego County. Harrah’s is the furthest one out miles-wise of the three we are discussing today. If you are looking for the most cool pool area, we would have to choose Harrah’s as our favorite. Reason being, they also have a Lazy River that is very well designed and quite relaxing. Make sure you have plenty of sunscreen because it’s easy to find yourself sipping a cool drink in the Lazy River for hours.

In 2014 there was a major upgrade to the entire Harrah's resort. It definitely became bigger and better. Caesar’s Entertainment Group operates this resort and they have really taken steps in ensure customer satisfaction. The range of food choices here is astounding. As wonderful as all of it sounds, Russ and Lori can’t resist the Pink’s Hot Dogs Jackpot Dog. With first class award winning wines and food choices, you will not be disappointed in the culinary selections throughout the resort. If slot machines are your forte’, choose from just about 1,800 of them at Harrah’s Casino.

Here’s the deal with RV camping. It’s free. At last check, Harrah’s still allows overnight parking in their outer parking area. This is a parking lot, no hook-up conveniences of any kind. This is fine! Russ and Lori have many times overnight with no hook-ups.

Pechanga is our third pick for camping at Native American casinos in California. Located on Pechanga Parkway in Temecula, this is our overall favorite of the three. The reason is; the people. Indeed, all three resorts mentioned are wonderful. All have special attributes that make each destination well worth going to. Yet, the entire staff at Pechanga has always been kind, polite, gracious, and friendly. From the RV Park, to the security, to maintenance, management, restaurant, and casino staff, they always make a point of greeting you, noticing you.

For gaming folks, Pechanga has the largest casino of the three resorts, with more than 200,000 square feet. Staying in the RV Park, it is a quarter mile walk to the casino. The shuttle service from the RV Park to casino is fast, friendly, and free. This is available 24 hours as well. The RV Park is very pet friendly with pet stations throughout, even a pet run area.

All of these destinations are first class and well worth the visit. You may want to visit their websites to see a complete list of amenities. Remember, headliner performers are regularly scheduled at these resorts. So head to one of these fine resorts, and Let’s Get Rollin’!

To contact Russ and Lori, email them at Russ.Lori.Rollin@gmail.com