Pala Casino Spa & Resort’s new $5.6 million 10-acre RV Resort located on Highway 76 next to the hotel casino will be open for business next month as the casino confirmed a May 23 opening date.

The new RV Resort at Pala in northern San Diego County features 100 full-service sites and guests can choose from one of three site sizes, including 77 20’x55′ back in sites, 17 20’x70′ pull-through sites, six 20’x60′ luxury sites with barbeque grills, and 20 sites with 30-50 amp power. The luxury Resort Clubhouse features two spas and a heated swimming pool.

All of the sites include:

  • Hook-ups for electric, water and sewer
  • Grass lawns and picnic tables
  • Cable TV
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Restrooms and showers
  • 24-hour security patrol
  • Key card, (for access to pool, restrooms and laundry facilities)
  • Propane
  • Free shuttle service to the casino

Indoor amenities at the new RV Resort include games, a billiard table, card tables, three flat-screen TV’s and a laundromat. Outdoor amenities include five barbeque grill areas, table tennis, horseshoe pit, and a fenced dog park.

Pala’s new RV Resort joins the region’s two other casinos that have dedicated RV facilities; the BlueWater Resort and Casino near Parker, Arizona and the Pechanga Resort & Casino near Temecula.

This latest expansion is just one of three the Pala, California facility has undergone since its $100 million expansion and renovation in 2009. Last year the facility completed more projects, most notably, CAVE, a 6,000-square-foot restaurant, bar and lounge that features an entertainment complex and an underground wine cave.

Owned and operated by the Pala Band of Mission Indians the 90,000 square foot casino features 2,000 slot and video machines, 87 table games and a poker room with 13 tables. There are also 11 restaurants, two lounges with live entertainment daily, and the 2,000 seat Pala Events Center, among other amenities and attractions. The casino opened its doors for the first time in April, 2001.