Overnight RV Parking is NOT allowed.
Harrah's Ak-Chin CasinoHot
RV Parking and Camping Information
- Video Poker
- Table Games
- Poker Room
This is a good stopover. The RV Parking area had about 6 rigs there and space was getting a little tight for large RV's. The parking area is blocked on all sides with only one entrance/exit. The casino is fairly nice. We also enjoyed the family entertainment area. Watched a movie and had lunch there. LOTS to do for familys. We just missed a large carnival with free concerts.
We stayed here again a couple nights the winter of 2014. Pretty much the same, still had full pay JoB VP at the dollar level. The buffet got a major overhaul and is pretty nice; still has good food at a reasonable price. The Diamond Lounge has been moved to a former restaurant, larger and can seat more members. Still a good stop if in the area and getting to use Harrah's Total Reward points for food a big advantage.
Report from Amber, February, 2009
The Range Steakhouse was very good, we were surprised! There are lots of RVs in the parking lot this time of year (February). Harrah's has a shuttle from the parking lot to the Casino so you don't have to walk. There is also an RV Park just down the road (5 Miles), where you can dump, fill water, get propane, etc. Their dump fee is only $10. There's really nothing else around, there's the Casino and that's it! The $5.95 buffet was a good value. We will stop here again.
Report from Jim, April 2008
We camped at Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino/Resort near Casa Grande Arizona on March 23, 2008- two paved parking lots and one dirt overflow. Talked to Security people and there is no problem staying overnight free - no registration necessary. We parked in the lot away from the trucks but did have the road traffic noise - no big deal. Here are the photos.
March 22, 2008
Report from C. Carter, March 22, 2008
Saw your link on Nick Russell/Gypsy Journal's blog. There were from 8-12 RV's (& us) staying at Harrah's Ak-Chin Indian Casino on Feb 21 and 22. Both nights there "appeared to be an empty 5er" and no tow vehicle. [Oh well.] Mon-Thurs you can complete an info card, get an Harrah's membership plastic card on a nifty plastic-coiled "key chain?" and eat their medium-extensive lunch for $5.95...Fri, Sat, Sun the lunch reverts to $9.95.
Being out in the country (S of Phoenix) it's quiet at night. But I wondered about gambler-traffic on F,S,S (i.e. weekends). There was a fire mid-morning (Fri) in the bingo-hall (exterior-separate building) and a dozen fire-police-EMS vehicles. We joked (among ourselves) that grand-ma dropped her cigarette on her bingo card.
Not, a short in the air conditioning unit.
Plenty of room for any size RVs. Could/can handle 30-50+. Next to us were 5 Canadian "plates" having a pleasant FREE "camping party" (i.e. lawn chairs, grills, 1-wheel chair, dogs on leases, etc).
Would do it again when in the area...........but not summers.