RV Park Available - NO Overnight RV Parking
Sunland Park Racetrack and CasinoHot
- Video Poker
- Table Games
- Live Horse Racing
Very quiet place.
Stayed 3 days in February 2016. Very quiet. $15 a day. Electricity and water only. You take an available spot and pay at the security office. I'm not a gambler but went to the show on saturday night.
Prices have gone up...
New price for overnight: $15.00/night.
No sewer/black water hookup but you can drive over to the opposite side at the horsemen entrance (east side of the casino) and dump there before hooking up and again before departing. A little inconvenient but still nice to have.
30/50 Amp electricity is available at the 8 sites as is fresh water.
No trees so no shade. You're located in the parking lot but away from the most-traveled portion of it and only in the area where employees drive past to park off behind the casino.
If I am not mistaken, these spaces are located right next to the rack track and #8 is the closest.
At this writing space #3 is out of commission.
It's first come/first served here so, you may not get a space during busy times but also, if I am not mistaken, there is plenty of spaces to park at the west-most perimeter and probably for free. Last night I saw 2 tractor trailers come in and park there overnight with no one having a problem with that.
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January 22, 2012 update
Rv sites rent for $ 10.00 now. Register for your spot at the security desk inside the casino. You are allowed to park for free close to the road and farthest from the casino at any time, you do not need to register unless you hook up.
The buffet is $ 10.00 and was worth the money.
October 28, 2009
Report from Bob T., October 28, 2009
We've stayed here several times in the past, but they have recently changed their policies. Our most recent stay was in Sept. 2009. The price per night for the 8 RV spots with hookups has been raised to $10. You are no longer allowed to dry camp in the parking lot if one of the 8 RV hookup spots are available. Don't know about dry camping if all spots are full.
November 12, 2008
report from Kevin, November 12, 2008
We stayed here for 2 nights in Nov 2008 on our way to Yuma for the winter. There are 8 sites that have 15, 30 and 50 amps plus water hook-up. No sewer but dump station on property. Only $5 a night. No reservations accepted, 30 days max in a row, up to 3 times a year. Plenty of room to dry camp but only 2 consecutive days allowed.