Nice casino that allows overnoght RV parking.
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort New Hot
- Video Poker
- Table Games
2 night stay
Large RV parking area by the main entrance to the casino. Lots of RVs there and perfect place to stop for a while. Well-lit and easy wqlk to the casino if you want a meal (buffet $15 for fairly decent spread) and lots of gaming if that interests you. Never bothered byy anyone. Place is about 20 miles from Flagstaff proper so nothing else in the area. Very easy access from I-40. Nice level lot as well.
Friendly Casino, good parking
Huge parking area, if designated RV lot is full use next parking area to South - closest to Fire Hall, easy to level on this one too!
Advise security that you have parked.
Well lit parking area and security patrols all night.
Plenty of loose slots to play and a few table games, plus a separate Bingo Room.
Five choices of dining, the buffet offers real good value.
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Great place to stop.
Found this to be a very friendly casino for RVs. Would definitely stay here again. There is a separate parking area for truckswhich is nice. RV parking is in an area in front of the casino entrance at the edge of the parking lot. There was plenty of room. We parked on the edge if the divider and were able to open our slider. Plenty of lights and security patrols the lot. Casino was lucky for us. Did not eat there so can't comment on quality of food. There is no food court so no ability to get something that's fast and quick to eat. It's 20 miles east of Flagstaff off I40 so it is a convenient stop if you are traveling on the interstate. Will definitely stay again.
lots of rv parking
Great casino for overnight, very rv and semi truck friendly. it says so on the sign. no checking in just park on far lots. the semis park in a separate area. rvs parked in the designated area, but in others far areas next to the rv parking. i had a whole lot to myself next to a little pond with some birds flying around so that was cool. it was quite when i was there.
October 25, 2014
The casino is 20 miles east of Flagstaff, a bit out in the middle of nowhere on I-40. The parking lot surrounding the casino/hotel complex is enormous, obviously they are planning for a huge increase in future business
RV Parking: There is a designated area for RV parking, however it is FILLED with OTR truckers. Also, the area is not level. Almost all RVers use the area directly out from the casino/hotel entrance ("B" lot). Security is OK with parking in that area.
Casino: Nice casino, with all the games/slots represented. The gaming area is well laid out.
Dining: The buffet is . . ., to be civil, BAD. Selections are very limited, they ran out of silverware while we were there and began handing out plastic-ware. I asked for a beer and was told the server would be at our table in a minute; after ten minutes I went to the bar myself. Busing of empty tables needs improvement.