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Old 03-16-2019, 09:41 PM   #1
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Alburquerque - good/cheap/free casino parking

Heading south from Denver towards Albuquerque I've found a few casinos along the route but I've read conflicting info about rates and availability of an rv park etc (some casino sites do not list rv parking as an option) we are up for boondocking if allowed in the parking lot. I'm just wondering if anyone can give some accurate details. I did find Sky City and Dancing Eagle (some sites I've read say these aren't great but we just need one night!) Any info would be helpful. Thanks.
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Isleta Casino is a good place to stay easy to get in and out of,
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Old 03-16-2019, 10:15 PM   #4
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isleta lakes rv park is near the casino. fhu pull thrus but they don't take reservations. don't know if the casino allows ONP.

sky city casino is ok for an overnight. spent 2 nights there last year. office may be closed. pick a site, park, walk back to office and use outside phone. attendant will come down to register you and unlock utility box. $5 deposit on the key. nobody at office to refund deposit on key when we left. buffet at casino is pretty standard but good. if you were of a mind to stay longer and do the sky city pueblo tour i'd reccomend skipping it. we took the tour expecting to learn history of the pueblo but instead got a thinley veiled sales pitch frim resident artists.

have never stayed at dancing eagle. the isleta casino and rv park is about 10-miles south of I-40 off I-25. sky city is ~1hr west of I-25 on I-40.
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Old 03-17-2019, 12:05 AM   #5
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Route 66 Casino west of ABQ has a CG.
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Alburquerque - good/cheap/free casino parking

We allways plan to stop at rt66 casino&rv park outside albuquerque on our trips from texas. Its 50bucks a night. We allways hit it on sat night when casino has 28dollar seafood buffet. Ill eat about 300 dollars worth of crablegs so i feel im making out on the deal. The park is spotless, no shade though. Pool area is very nice all so. We will hit it again first week in april
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Sandia Casino allows free RV parking in their SE lot. Just look for the other RVs. Rt66 does have a new RV campground which is very nice. I believe you can still park for free near the main entrance then take a quick left.
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according to Casino.com the Rt 66 Casino no longet allows ONP outside of their campground. $50 p/n is steep just for ONP even with FHU.
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San Felipe's Casino Hollywood RV Park

Last time we were there, dry parking was free with a players card, $10 for power.
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We stay at San Felipe's Casino Hollywood RV Park all the time going from SD to AZ. They have DIESEL and gas
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After March 1, we stay at the Lake Cochiti campground between Santa Fe and Albuquerque when we head south from Denver. Corps of Engineers cg, not casino, but on the Cochiti Reservation. Has long, paved pull-thrus with W/E(30/50A), and a dump for $10/night with our Federal Senior Pass. Great location and we highly recommend it.
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Cochiti Lake Corp of Engineers park is awesome!!
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Sandia Casino allows free RV parking in their SE lot. Just look for the other RVs. Rt66 does have a new RV campground which is very nice. I believe you can still park for free near the main entrance then take a quick left.
From online info - RV Parking FEE September 28, 2016
Campers are no longer welcome to park at Sandia Casino for free. As of September 28, 2016 it now costs $55.00+ to dry camp in the dirt. This is due to new management according to security.
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