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Whispering Woods RV Park / Indigo Sky Casino Wyandotte OK

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We needed a spot between two events we were attending for work between Lake of the Ozarks and Tulsa OK. We came across Whispering Woods RV Park at the Indigo Sky Casino in Wyandotte OK just off Hwy 60 on the border of OK and MO.

At first research I saw the nightly rate at $15! It was $10 a night not to far in the distant past.... well, NOW it's $25 / night during peak season (until Nov1 I think?).  It's a little different park than I have ever experienced.  The majority of the spots are just parking places, like the truck section at a rest area, except each spot has 30/50 amp electric and water, no sewer. 7 or 8 of the spots are on their own with 30/50 and water, no sewer.  There is a dump station on site.  NOTE: Spot #4 has no water, no electric, no sewer. It's just a parking spot I guess?

Also different than I have experienced, as you drive in, you pick your own spot, park, make  camp, then go to the front desk to register. 

We got one of the basic spots (like at the rest areas mentioned above).  C/O is noon so as folks were filing out (and taking turns at the dump station) I moved over to a "stand alone" spot (spot #3) and then went tell the front desk we moved.  They were good with it. 

It has a bath house and laundry that looks clean from the outside, we didn't go in....

Security drives by often, it's well lit at night, and there is a shuttle service if you don't want to walk the 1 block to the casino. 

You also get full use of the swimming pool which is very nice.

It's really a nice, clean and quiet park.... especially for only $25!  

We'll actually be staying here again on our way back from the next event.

Recommendation- try to show up as close to check in time as possible to get the best spot..... but, even the "rest area type" spots are good.... since it wasn't crowded I think there was at least one empty spot between everyone in the park.  I assume check in is at noon since that is check out time.... I bet if you showed up a little early and grabbed a spot no one would notice. 

CASINO REVIEW:  Nice new machines, nice selection.... HOWEVER..... I've been in hundreds of casinos coast to coast in the USA, and dozens in other countries.... this is THE smokiest casino I've ever been in! If you are a heavy smoker you'll love it... just inhale, no need to spend money on cigarettes..... I asked if there was a non-smoking section.... "only in the restaurants" was the reply..... guess what, even there the overflow smoke smell makes it impossible to eat for a non-smoker. We toughed it out at the slot machines for about 20 minutes.... we had to leave since we both had headaches from the smoke.... we had to shower when we got back to get the smoke smell out of our hair...… moral to this story.... RV park is great, casino is terrible for non-smokers.

Here is a link to the website: http://indigoskycasino.com/stay/whispering-woods-rv-park

Here is a picture of our rig in spot #3 with the casino in the background.



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Oklahoma has a number of Indian owned casinos. Some small  and some large. They make money on cigarettes as do smaller tribes throughout the country. I never smoked first hand but have been known to inhale second hand smoke when commiserating with friends. Probably wouldn't like it anymore.😎

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