RV Park -- Overnight RV Parking is OK too
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.
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 Their billboards are out of date and there is no more free fuel.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.
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.)
They are no longer doing the $ 10.00 gas voucher for out of state, camping is still $10.00 and have added sewer to sites. the cafe is closed for remodel, buffet is served in the meeting room, food was below average (never seen Beef Stroganoff over rice).
Report from C. Randle, August 9, 2010
We too saw the highway signs for $10 free gas and $10 full hookups. We stayed in the full hookup lot although others were boondocking for free. When we paid our $10 to hook up we were given 2 for 1 coupons for the restaurant so it was pretty much free parking. We were only given one gas coupon when we signed up but after talking to another couple we went back and got the second. We told them we each had a vehicle (motorhome and tow car). The gas coupons are only good for 24 hours so if you stay two nights you might loose them. The restaurant had a very limited menu but it was good food.
The paid parking area is quite small with an awkward exit, requiring a very sharp left turn to get out. We had to make an extra circuit to approach the gate at a different angle to make the turn and we are only 31 feet plus our toad.
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