Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLucky Eagle Casino & Hotel Rochester
Fantastic membership program, good food, entertainment and all our favorite slots and games at Lucky Eagle. The RV Park at the hotel is where we chose to stay because we were passing through and didn't need to pull out our slides. Otherwise if we wanted to stay longer we would have chosen the park a short distance away (there's a shuttle).
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SATURDAY we enjoyed more of the straight, wide open Oregon roads, driving 240 miles to get into Washington on I5. We stopped after only 187 miles in Kalama, WA to find the home of our Arizona tennis friends. Sherrol and Mark are also full-time RVers and own property overlooking the riverbank. As it was Sherrol's birthday, the girls planned a picnic …
... so far away that everyone thought they would be safe.
Several visitor centres going up to the top, including a lookout over the Toutle River Valley, that filled with volcanic ash, and lots of lovely places to stop and admire the view. The whole side of the volcano blew out, spewing ash rather than lava. The Toutle river below was covered and blocked, new lakes formed, (Castle Lake) and an existing lake (Spirit Lake) ...
... old and shade the ground almost completely. What you see as you drive past these massive old trees is a tangle of fallen trees and branches all covered with a moss like substance. The western side of the peninsula is considered a temperate rain forest consisting of giant western hemlock, Douglas-Fir, Sitka spruce trees, and big leaf maples.
The main lodge has a series of hot springs as well as cold natural springs. We are in a small ...
... was a pleasant surprise as well as it is very unusual.
No critters for the entire day. But we had the joy of discovering the Cascade Mountains on our way past Seattle and then seeing Mount Rainer growing ever larger as we went south. It was a spectacular snowcapped monolith. We were over 80 miles away when we first saw it and got as close as about 40 miles away.
Had dinner at a nice little Mexican restaurant as we were both real tired after our adventures of the ...
... reached a turn to head up to the Henry M Jackson Memorial Visitors Center in Paradise. Not all roads lead to Paradise, but the Stevens Canyon Road certainly does. At the Paradise Visitors Center, there is also the Paradise Inn and a restaurant and gift shop. We were getting a little hungry from all that hiking, but rather than spoil our appetite for dinner, we decided on ice cream and coffee.
We also did some hiking in Paradise, but the ...