Sky City Casino and RV Park

 
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A regular stop when traveling I-40
(Updated: September 27, 2015)
Overall rating
 
3.2
Total Experience
 
4.0
RV Parking Area
 
3.0
Campground/RV Resort
 
4.0
Casino
 
2.0
Dining
 
3.0
Be sure to ask for the "billboard rate" of $18 when checking in to the RV park. Otherwise, the Good Sam rate is $21. Last time we stayed was August 2015 before writing this review.

Casino does not allow dry camping by RVs. (Editors Note: Overnight RV Parking IS allowed again. See the comment on this review). To stay overnight here, you must use either the hotel or RV park. Campground is sometimes filled with weeds, other times well groomed just depends where in the maintenance cycle you arrive. Showers and restrooms are very clean and modern.

Campground occupants are allowed to use the hotel facilities, including a very nice pool and exercise room. For the price, it's hard to beat it.

Restaurant quality used to be better but it's still good. If you sign up for a player card, you get a coupon every day for $2 off a buffet.

The travel center has a McDonalds and a small grocery. The fuel islands are easily accessible and we have usually found their diesel price to be the best within over a hundred mile radius. We always top off our fuel when we stop.

If you are going to be here more than just overnight, I recommend the tour package. It includes camping and tickets to Acoma pueblo, the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in America. Interesting tour and lots of opportunity to buy local crafts.
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August 6, 2010
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.
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Great, safe overnight stop
Overall rating
 
4.4
Total Experience
 
5.0
RV Parking Area
 
5.0
Campground/RV Resort
 
5.0
Casino
 
4.0
Dining
 
3.0
We stayed here one night, deciding to give this one a try instead of the one 6 miles up the road that we've stayed at before (Dancing Eagle). This RV park was spacious, easy to get into, full hook-ups, and cost us $15 with the veteran's discount - which the gal in the hotel gave us from seeing my husband's ball cap. We ate dinner at the cafe, which was ok for the price (be sure to ask for non-smoking, they actually have a smoking area IN THE restaurant!). Sign up for the player's card, get some free slot play, a free gift, and $$ off the cafe (or buffet) meal. You get the meal coupon each day, so if you want breakfast you can get another one. The cheap slots were fun, we played for 3 hours and walked away 50 cents up. Not bad. It looks like you can park for free in the gravel parking lot on the north side of the hotel. But in the winter when it's cold, $15 isn't much to pay for electricity, water, and sewer if you need to do a load of laundry.... just sayin'.
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September, 2010
Overall rating
 
2.0
Total Experience
 
2.0
RV Parking Area
 
2.0
Campground/RV Resort
 
1.0
Casino
 
3.0
Dining
 
2.0
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.
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May 2008
- report from Kytravl, May 2008

Sky City Casino, Acoma, New Mexico, located at Exit 102, has a RV Campground adjoining the Casino. Full hookup for $16. Large car and oversize vehicle parking lot.

Also located at this exit is a full service truck stop, gas station, and fast food. Relative new Casino and RV park. No reason to dry camp overnight. Registered campers have the hotel privilege.
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