Little Creek Casino Resort Diversifies its Lodging Options With RV Parking Area
The Squaxin Island Tribe's Little Creek Casino Resort has seen a steady influx of visitors to its full-hookup RV parking area since it opened in October, a resort official told Indian Country Today Media Network.
The tribe expects the new tourist attraction to draw people with a wide variety of interests from sports and adventure to luxury and entertainment. “We expect a lot of snowbirds and people that travel specifically to casinos and golf courses,” the resort official wrote in an email to ICTMN. “We also have many people that stay here when we have concerts and events at our facility.”
The park is easily accessible via Highway 101 and the cost is $35 per night, per vehicle. The RV Park comes complete with pet areas, a television connection, Wi-Fi, laundry and shower facilities on site. “While staying with us, guests also have access to our heated, indoor pool and Jacuzzi tub,” the tribal council said.
Located in Shelton, Washington, a short drive from Seattle and Olympia, the RV parking area is situated by an entrance to the the smoke-free casino. At Little Creek Casino Resort, guests can enjoy gaming, live entertainment and choose between eight dining options. Other amenities added to the resort in the last year include Salish Cliffs Golf Club, which opened in September 2011 and has since been ranked as one of the top courses in Washington by national golf publications; the Skookum Spirit Cigar and Wine Lounge, featuring more than 70 different premium cigar names, top-shelf spirits and a tapas menu; and Seven Inlets Spa, a full-service venue with state-of-the-art personal care suites, a relaxation and meditation room and eucalyptus steam rooms.
“The opening of the RV Park is just the latest of a number of enhancements we’ve recently introduced at Little Creek Casino Resort,” said CEO Michael Starr in a press release. “We continue to improve the overall guest experience as we solidify our standing as a destination leader in the Pacific Northwest.”
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