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We’ve stayed at our fair share of casinos around the United States. Pala Casino RV Resort is the nicest casino we’ve stayed at in our motorhome. The weather couldn’t have been better during our stay. We sat outside everyday to enjoy the warm temperature and cool breezes. Leo especially loved sleeping on the lush grass around our site and running around the dog park. The property is well maintained with clean facilities. They even offer complimentary curb side trash pick up. There is a free shuttle from the resort to the casino. All we had to do was call and they would come pick us up at our site. We opted to walk back and forth to get our daily steps in and enjoy the beautiful weather.
Pala Casino RV Resort San Diego CA
$50-$60/night for full hookup back-in 30 amp site
Pull thru and back-in sites
Restrooms, showers and laundry
Great AT&T cell service
Dining at Pala Casino
Choices Lobster Buffet
We took advantage of the all you can eat lobster buffet on Thursday night at Choices. There was an endless supply of lobsters and lobster dishes. We enjoyed the lobster ravioli, lobster tails, whole lobster, lobster bisque, lobster pizza, lobster sushi, and lobster linguini.
Cave Restaurant & The Oak Room
Two of the best meals we’ve had in a long time were at Cave and The Oak Room. Our favorite dishes from Cave were seared tuna, pumpkin ravioli, Thai red snapper and lobster linguini. The 16 ounce bone-in fillet at The Oak Room was one of the best steaks we’ve tasted. Served with a beautiful cognac butter sauce, the steak was melt in your mouth tender.
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