The RV park is very small. Only 4 pull through spaces. Still a bargain at $10.00 plus tax. I travel by myself, and felt very safe there. The casino was nice as well. I signed up for the casino card and got $5.00 for play, and a $5.00 coupon off gas.
Price has gone up a bit since our last stop. Per day fee is now $11.36, still a bargain for full hook-up. We did notice security going around to each site, first time we have seen anyone checking campers.
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. ;-)
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
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.