East St. Louis
Louis and recommended CQ again based on our previous stay. Very unlevel site, it is rounded, ended up with 3 wheels off the ground. View All 7 Photos. This area of town is under renovations, and there's frequent road and exit closures - requiring quick rerouting. Casino was good for meals and a lovely building we don't gamble so we didn't play the machines but enjoyed the atmosphere. The Arch is also memorable but if you suffer from small space phobia, the ride up and down might bother you! River walk and boat ride up the river was interesting also.
Park Features & Amenities
Weekly and Monthly rates are available. When you check in they also give you coupons Security at the park was very good with a manned gate at night and vehicles regularly circling within the park.
The park is fenced in. There is laundry facilities at the park although we didn't use it. The RV Park is very nice. There are a half-dozen picnic areas along the middle of the park with bbqs. There were also a couple of small playgrounds for the kids. There are trains and transit in the area and there is some noise from these, but not too bad. The RV park is located just to the east of the river and you can see the Gateway Arch.
Travel into Saint Louis is easy The casino is really not far away and could easily be walked. We did not get the opportunity to eat at the casinos buffet, but it looked good and very clean. In fact the entire casino was very new looking. This was a pleasant surprise considering the cheap treatment we have received at other casinos lately.
The casino and RV park staff were all very friendly and helpful. One other note to make One of the valves seized up and would not hold air. I checked with the staff at the RV Park to ask if they knew where I might go to and get a replacement valve core.
She quickly got on the phone and had a gentleman from the casinos vehicle repair department come to our rescue. He not only brought us the necessary valve stem tool, but also a new valve core.
We were up and running again within 45 minutes. I can't say enough good things about our treatment at this park. Louis two years ago Nice park right down by the river and walking distance to the Casino. The Metro runs nearby and can take you anywhere in town quickly. Louis Zoo is free and really spectacular. The Arch is also memorable but if you suffer from small space phobia, the ride up and down might bother you!
River walk and boat ride up the river was interesting also. We're not gamblers so can't tell you about the casino but their breakfasts are excellent. Contact Information Phone Number:. Other Information Local Weather. Driving Bicycling Transit Walking. User reviews 3 reviews Overall rating. We did have a breaker go out, and maintenance was there within an hour to replace it. There is a pool in the hotel that RV guests have access to, just make sure you take ID to the hotel front desk to get your key card.
There's also a mini-mart in the RV Park where you can buy milk, juice, ice, bread, booze, etc. It was generally fast and reliable.
Security is constantly roaming the entire facility, keeping present. Since this location is in East St. Louis, it really made us feel safe the entire time.
The other for RVs under 38'. For overnights, the price delta is pretty huge - so if you can fit into a smaller site, it's worth the savings. For weekly's, they charge the same rate regardless. We were upset to find out that our friends were paying the same rate for their large site as we were for our super tiny one where we felt crammed in with our 35' bus.
So if you're doing a weekly or longer, tell them you're 40' regardless - it doesn't make a difference! It's very poorly laid out in our opinion. On the small RV side, the roads are so narrow, it's crazy. And the site so tiny that there's barely room to park your RV and a vehicle. There's very little shade. And whoever designed this park totally over estimated how many tiny RV spots they needed - as over half the small side of the park is for tiny trailers and truck campers, and most of it remained open even during the busy holiday.
Forget those pictures on their website, all of the RV sites now have a gravel yard. There is a grassy area in-between the sides with covered picnic tables and a playground, which was nice.
Coming in - study your maps and have a GPS handy and ready to go! This place is a challenge to get to! This area of town is under renovations, and there's frequent road and exit closures - requiring quick rerouting. Once you get closer, look for the square 'Casino Queen' road signs to help guide you in.
But be careful, they look at lot like the 'Great River Road' signs that are often posted nearby each other. One wrong turn and you're going over a bridge into St. Louis or heading into East St. Louis natives and good navigators! Park is very nice, lots of room. Area surrounding park has seen better days. Beautiful Casino with resturants. Skip to main content. Casino Queen RV Park 3.
View All 7 Photos. Open March 1 to Nov 1. JoAnn B , Jul 13, Familiar with this park?