Lucky Star Casino, El Reno, OK

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma


Free Camping Near El Reno, OK

Lucky Star Casino offers free RV camping in their parking lot for a maximum of three (3) nights. The RV parking area is located at the far east side of the parking lot as indicated in the map below. There are 10 sites, all with full hookups, including electricity, water, and sewer.


Tribal Office

Tel: (405) 262-0345

Official campground webpage


GPS: 35.5994, -97.9620

Elevation: 1,368 feet

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: None

Permit: None

Max stay: Three (3) days

Amenities: Full hook ups, electrical, water, sewer

Submitted by

Charles Smith

Charles Smith

Conestoga Charlie

Camping at Lucky Star Casino

Lucky Star Casino in El Reno, Oklahoma, offers a convenient RV parking area with full hookups including electrical, water, and sewer connections. In addition, the casino offers trash disposal facilities. Access into the casino parking lot is all paved, and the sites are large enough for full-sized rigs.

These sites, however, are only for RVs. Casino security will ask non-RV vehicles to leave.

The noise level in the RV parking area is generally low, contributing to a relatively peaceful atmosphere. While some ambient noise from the nearby highway and casino traffic is inevitable, it is typically not intrusive enough to disturb a good night’s rest.

Casino security routinely patrols the parking lot, however rarely are they bothersome to campers as long as you’re abiding by the rules. The RV parking spots are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and it’s generally advisable to arrive early as the area can fill up, especially on weekends or during events. Currently, no reservations are required for the RV parking.

In our experience, casino security and shuttle bus drivers seem to notice which RV campers are spending time at the casino, and which are not. We recommend at least signing up for a players’ card, and dining inside the casino a couple of times, and holding on to the receipts just to prove it.

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