The RV parking is located in the lot to the right of the casino - follow the signs. Because it's set back from the street it's very quiet. Security patrols regularly. There's also a RV park about 1/2 mile away, basically just a dirt parking lot with hookups. The Phillips 66 next to the RV park has a free dump station, located behind the gas station.
The casino isn't very big but it has a good selection of slot machines , table games, Texas Hold-em tournaments, bingo and even a bowling alley. Make sure to check out the promotions. We got player's club cards because one of the current promotions is a reimbursement of your losses up to $100.00. This is for new card members and covers losses for the first day's play. The amount lost is added to your card and can be played off in any amount on any machine starting the next day.
We ate dinner at the buffet. This is one of the smallest buffets we've ever seen but the food was fresh and very good.
The Poeh Museum across from the RV park is an interesting Pueblo history and culture museum. The exhibits use the work of Pueblo artists and visitors are given a device so that they can listen to the stories as they walk through the museum.