Rules for enjoying and staying safe at the 2013 River Run.
Respect the "No Colors" policy in effect at all Laughlin casinos and even at the Laughlin mall. Each property may have specific rules so check with them. In general also no weapons, chemical agents, etc are not allowed.
No public nudity is permitted.
No glass bottles or aluminum containers are allowed on Casino Drive from noon on Wednesday, April 24, until 6 a.m. on Sunday, April 28.
Helmets are required in Nevada and California. They are not required in Arizona. They are also not required at the Avi Casino or the surrounding Fort Mojave Indian Reservation. No sandals or flip flop type shoes on a motorcycle.
Finally there is a curfew for minors (17 or younger) on Casino Drive from from 6 pm to 6 am Wednesday, April 24 until Sunday, April 28. Minors in that area must be accompanied by an adult during the time of the curfew
Parking and Traffic gets to be difficult at times. Be aware of pedestrians and bikes everywhere.
Some tips: Bikers can obtain parking spots at reserved parking sections at most of the casinos. They even offer reserved, secured lots (for a fee). Space for cars is at a premium, and garages fill up fast. Valet is usually limited to only guests of the hotel or players club members. Other parking spots include the Outlet Mall. This again will fill up fast.
Silver Rider (the bus service in Laughlin is offering shuttles along Casino Drive) however will not run their regular service on Casino Drive itself. For more details see http://laughlintimes.com/articles/2013/04/24/news/local/news880.txt