This is not a casino - it's a slot parlor, so don't get your hopes up too high.
They do have a convenient enclosed parking area, although it can be tricky to navigate.

Inside is a large, rectangular, high ceiling open area where all the slots are arranged with ample aisle room to walk around. Being a slot connoisseur for many, many years, I was very disappointed in the selection of machines.

A majority of the slots are the new low denomination (penny and nickel) video and multi reel and loaded with gimmicks machines where you are encouraged to play the maximum bet, usually around 2 or 3 dollars and are set up to offer low paybacks.

There are very few 'traditional' 3 reel spinning slots of 50 cents and 1 dollar. The selection of high roller slot machines are no better. Unfortunately, this is the trend of the new corporate-owned casinos. They are only interested in extracting as much money as possible from their patrons with no regards for building loyalty or providing a decent gaming experience. I found them much less payout friendly than Atlantic City, which is not that great either.

The food and customer service is about average. In all, this facility is good for locals to pass their time and dream a bit, but it is not for the serious player.

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