Discover Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Oregon

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Seven Feathers Casino Resort

The Beautiful Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville Oregon

Canada to Mexico RV Holidays – Day Two

For those following along on our Journey to the Mexico, this is our Second Stop on our 1800 mile venture south in our Recreational Vehicle, with stops in Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona and Mexico!

I am putting these posts together along with our personal photos and videos for your enjoyment, as well as providing some helpful travel tips and suggestions that may come in handy for you or other family members or friends in travels down the road. 🙂

If you want to get south fast from Washington State to Southern California then the I-5 is your ticket! This is an incredibly busy but very fast route to travel up and down the west coast of the United States.

Interstate 5 Highway Sign

However, if you plan to take your time, escape the hustle and bustle of heavy traffic and city after city, the slower coastal route is your best bet. With stunning coastal scenery, small town and dotted with beautiful State Parks along the way, it simply cannot be beat!

This year, we chose to take the Interstate 5 highway both ways, to save time and money, allowing us to spend more time at our chosen final destination in Mexico!

The I-5 is far from a relaxing drive, so you must be prepared for heavy car and truck traffic the entire way!

Second Stop en Route to Mexico

First, before reading my review below, check out my short video showing the entrance to this outstanding resort!  View on …

For those budget minded individuals traveling by RV and who rig is completely self-contained, then a stop at Seven Feathers Casino is a must. Be sure check out my recent post on Cheap RV Travel Tips for those wanting to save a few extra bucks while traveling in their Recreational Vehicle.

Seven Feathers Casino Resort Hotel

Review Of Seven Feathers Casino Resort

Situated in Canyonville, Oregon which is approximately 345 miles south of our first stop in Tacoma, Washington, this lovely Hotel and Casino offers a segregated parking lot for those campers to stay the evening, free of charge!

Seven Feathers Casino Resort is huddled amid giant Pine and Douglas fir trees. Located just off of Interstate I-5, take exits 98 & 99.  It is 25 miles south of the town of Roseburg and approximately 45 miles north of Grants Pass, Oregon.

Seven Feathers RV Parking Lot

Seven Feathers Camping

A safe and secure lot, patrolled by hotel security makes this a perfect stop over for those passing by!

Las Vegas Style Buffet at Seven Feathers Casino

After a long day of driving, who wants to cook?  Enjoy a lovely Vegas style buffet lunch or dinner with excellent themes and specials throughout the week.  A huge casino for those who like to gamble and a variety of lounge entertainment and regularly held shows featuring a variety of celebrities throughout the year.

All in all, this is a terrific stop over after a long day of driving for those looking for a dry camping location for the evening.  Get out of the RV, enjoy a short stroll around the property and treat yourself to the resorts outstanding buffet.

We have always had experienced excellent service from friendly staff during our stop over at Seven Feathers!

Seven Feathers Casino Shuttle Bus

Seven Feathers Casino Shuttle

I have added the resorts website below for your added convenience. See what this great resort in the Oregon mountains has to offer!

Be sure to follow along and check out my recent posts, photos and videos on our camping holidays south, reaching our final destination Puerto Penasco, Mexico.

Safe travels!

Have you visited Seven Feathers Resort? If so, how was your experience?

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