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RV Park -- Overnight RV Parking is OK too
Stayed one night and they have a very nice maintained shower restroom office area,I was told the WI/FI was limited to the RV Office and maybe the close RV spot to the office and i took that spot by chance and wasnt online long.
The spots are on gravel and you track sand and rocks into your rig, the buffer areas are all weeds and bushes like the desert around you.
The casino was nice, they had Starbucks just inside the door and the resturant had wonderful food for us non buffet eating customers.
The diesel was a great price.
The off ramp and onramps were all changed from 2 years ago and now they have round abouts.
When this park first opened, it was worthwhile staying in the RV Park with the full hookups, etc;. As the previous poster said, it is now completely ignored by the tribe. I asked at the front desk and with the economy downturn the campground was the first thing to lose their help. The free area just North of the casino is actually cleaner than the campground however since the weather was hot, we wanted the 50 amp hookups. We were very disappointed with the facility now.
Report from Dan W., August 6, 2010
We stayed in the full hookup rv area at Sky City Casino, exit 102 on I-40. 50 amp FHU, with cable TV, and a weak wifi signal from the casino. The campground is never attended, so go to the hotel desk to register. $16.55 with tax. Diesel fuel was $2.98, with no surcharge for credit card instead of cash which is nice. With a out of state drivers license the night-time buffet is only $5.99 each, including soft drinks and tea. The food was good.
These are long gravel pull throughs. The park is completely neglected. There are huge prickly weeds everywhere, and a mouse infestation because of it. Stepping out your door, or hooking up to utilities, you will be in the massive weeds. It's a shame they don't take better care of it, as otherwise it would be a great over night stay.
Next time though we will go down the road to exit 108 and stay at Dancing Eagle Casino to avoid the weeds. Dancing Eagle maintains their facilities so much better.
James M., May 18, 2010
Stopped here out of curiosity and to ask about free overnight dry camping for you. Got their club card and they gave us $15.00 free slot play on selected machines AND they put $10.00 free slot play on your card every month. We both won more money, cashed out and headed on down the road.
Management did tell us that we could dry camp for free out behind the casino in a gravel lot. They do have an RV Park but one can dry camp. Had Taco Tuesday at the cafe- 3 tacos for $2.99. Drinks free.
report from Ray B, November 14, 2008
We over-nighted in the parking lot behind (east) the casino on 11-14-08. Had dinner at the casino restaurant and it was really good. Highly recommend.
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