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Old 10-29-2012, 09:28 PM   #1
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RV parking at Casino in Joplin MO

Has anyone stayed at the Downstream Casino in Joplin? Do they have a dump and hookups?
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Old 10-29-2012, 11:48 PM   #2
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You might want to call them and ask!
In California when you pull into a R.V. park at a Casino after you regaster they have you pull up to a dump station and they empty your tanks for you then they give you a padket to put into your black water tank then when you go to your R.V. site you have water, elect. and a place to dump before you leave.
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Old 10-30-2012, 01:10 AM   #3
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You might want to call them and ask!
In California when you pull into a R.V. park at a Casino after you regaster they have you pull up to a dump station and they empty your tanks for you then they give you a padket to put into your black water tank then when you go to your R.V. site you have water, elect. and a place to dump before you leave.
Terry can I ask which casino and where in Cali?
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Terry can I ask which casino and where in Cali?
X2....we've been to many casinos but never heard of doing it this way....
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Thanks to all- I called today and got info. Was trying to find out last nite if we could stay and it's a go.
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The Casino I was refering to is called "Jackson Rancheria" which is located about 49 miles (give or take a few miles) North/East of Stockton California on HWY 26 OR HWY 88 eather one will get you their.
It a mile or so out side of Jackson, just follow the signs they are all over.
Stockton is about 44 miles South of Sacramento, I don't know how much you know about California but if you are coming from the South take HWY 5 North and if your coming from the North you still can get to it on HWY 5 heading South.
They have a wounder R.V. park.
They run a suttle to and from the cansino about every 20 minute or so.
Lots of luck.
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The Casino I was refering to is called "Jackson Rancheria" which is located about 49 miles (give or take a few miles) North/East of Stockton California on HWY 26 OR HWY 88 eather one will get you their.
It a mile or so out side of Jackson, just follow the signs they are all over.
Stockton is about 44 miles South of Sacramento, I don't know how much you know about California but if you are coming from the South take HWY 5 North and if your coming from the North you still can get to it on HWY 5 heading South.
They have a wounder R.V. park.
They run a suttle to and from the cansino about every 20 minute or so.
Lots of luck.
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Old 11-02-2012, 05:03 AM   #8
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we just stayed at Downstream's new rv park. It has a fuel station with diesel and a really nice store. We were one of 2 trailers in the new park. The old spaces closer to the casino were filled. They have elec and water hookup and they do have a dump station. There is a 24 hour shuttle to the casino. Depending on your casino card color, ours is bronze, it was free for one night, then 25.00. Had a nice time but last friday it was so cold in Joplin!!
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