Dancing Eagle Casino and RV Park Hot
34 total sites with 5 Pull-Thru Sites
20, 30, and 50 amp hook ups
Close proximity to Casino, Travel Center, Marketplace @ Dancing Eagle, The Great American Diner, and Ace Hardware
Confirmation of other reviews, 2016
The other reviews of this part pretty well covers it so this is just a confirmation those reviews are still valid. The price is more like $10.75 since they now have to charge tax, still a bargain for full hook-up, wi-fi included. The grounds can get a little messy if it rains and we have been "lucky" enough to experience rain in New Mexico. We stay there (both directions) when visiting Las Vegas from our home in Kansas. On the last trip west booked two nights thinking we needed a rest day, however, high winds stretched the stay into three days. Food choices are limited, need a little more variety for three days stay. ;-)
Rick and Lucky Lucy
Stopped there for one nite in Sept 2015 Rates have gone up to $10.70 due to a "bed" tax Still a good price for full hookups and a short walk to the casino. Food in dining room is good at a reasonable price Laundry room had new machines which were spotless and ONLY $1.00 to wash and $1.00 to dry for 45 minutes
Good Overnight Stop
We were going to stop at a nearby WalMart for the night but when we saw a billboard advertising full hookup's for $10, we signed onto Casino Camper to check the reviews. It as easy to find, the electric was good. We didn't hook-up the water or sewer because the forecast called for a low of 25 that night. The gentleman at registration as very efficient and helpful. The pull-through sites were close but perfectly acceptable for a quick one night stop. We also had dinner at the Casino restaurant. Both the service and the food was excellent.
Good overnight spot
This casino is always a whistle stop for an inexpensive and comfortable overnight. $10 gets you a full hookup PLUS WIFI and a casino spiff. Last time I got a pretty nice red hot chili pepper keychain. Their billboards are out of date and there is no more free fuel.
RV Parking on packed dirt, level at perimeter backins and slight slope at pull thrus in center. Good amenities; high water pressure, all mounted on cement island. They even have a gated area for pets and pet trash can. There appears to be onsite host that keeps the parking area tidy.
Lighted, gated entry from RV parking to casino with short walk. Casino smoky and stinky, live music on weekends. The snack bar serves a good burger. Casino parking area is tight and unsuitable for big rigs. Slots ho hum.
One of the good things about this location is the full grocery store, hardware store and post office within easy walking distance of RV parking area. I needed to make repair to RV and this location was quite convenient for getting needed hardware supplies and last minute grocery items.
This is WAY less expensive than the next casino west which was recently completely renovatd.
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We missed this casino because we set our GPS to Casa Blanca, NM. Heading east there is no sign directing you to the casino. The casino is south of RT40, Casa Blanca is north. Heading east turn right at the exit.
(Editor's note: From I-40 the casino is South at exit 108.)