RV Dream New Radio - New RV Park 52 miles northeast of San Diego in Pala, California

by Bob Hamilton on 12/01/2015, 11:34 PM

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Pala starts construction on 10-acre RV resort near casino


Pala Casino Spa and Resort has opened a $5.6 million, 10-acre RV resort adjacent to the hotel-casino on Highway 76 in Pala. 

The RV resort offers 100 full-service sites. Twenty, 30 and 50 amps of electrical service are available for RVs and trailers from 55 to 70 feet. Seventy-seven will be 20' x 55' back-in sites; six will be 20' x 60' luxury sites equipped with barbecue grills and 17 will be 20' x 70' premium pull-through sites. All  have a grassy area with a picnic table, electrical, water and sewer hookups and free wi-fi and cable television service.  Rates begin at $50 per night with $5 extra charge for your dog for a week.

The RV resort features a luxury resort clubhouse with a heated swimming pool and two spas. Indoor amenities include a billiard table, card tables, three flat-screen televisions and a laundromat. Outdoors, RVers have access to barbecue grills, table-tennis games, two horseshoe pits and a fenced doggy park. A separate building also houses two restrooms and shower facilities. Visitors will be provided a key card to access the swimming pool, laundromat and restrooms/showers.

The Pala Mini-Mart is conveniently located across the parking lot and offers a wide selection of wine, beer, beverages, tobacco products, snacks and fresh produce. The Mini-Mart's Deli & More offers a variety of fresh meats, "made-to-order" sandwiches and fresh pizzas. The Pala gas station provides all grades of fuel, including diesel, and dedicated propane fuel.

The RV resort will provide 24-hour shuttle service to Pala's hotel and casino and a 10% discount to RV groups of 10 or more.

"This new state-of-the-art RV Resort continues our commitment to our guests to provide the best gaming and entertainment experience, and the best service, in Southern California," said Robert Smith, chairman of the Pala Band of Mission Indians. "We look forward to its grand opening."