Located near the corner of Tropicana and Las Vegas Blvd., the Lone Palm housed many of the casino workers who wanted to keep their families close by. The complex included a typical two-wing motel setup with a very popular large pool and diving board, a set of apartments, and a large trailer park for both permanent residents and travelers. A new era of large casino resorts cast long shadows on the idyllic motel and its residents who have fond memories of growing up at the Lone Palm. The colorful sign included a palm tree appearing to bend in the breeze following the mid-century trend of using relatively local flora and fauna in signage. Today the New York-New York stands where the Lone Palm once lived.