Good stopping point right off I40
Called prior to arrival and was directed to the west lot that was labeled for employees and HR. Enjoyed a very tasty dinner at the casino but like so many it was very smoky in the casino and the smoke flowed into the restaurant.
As others mentioned it sandwiched between the railroad tracks and I40 so there was a lot of road noise but we had no issues sleeping and it felt very safe.
Huge level parking,good food, loose slots
Huge level blacktop parking area to western end of casino, but trains do run all night.
Monday morning seniors Bingo Breakfast for $1.99 is a steal!
overnight parking not a problem
just stayed here, only 2 rv's and a couple semis. they pull in regular and run the generators. on one side is I40, the other side are busy train tracks. i actually slept pretty good, but it is by no means a quite place so some wont like it. I try to avoid parking where rigs park as they keep me up usually. busy casino
Overnight Parking Permission Granted
We overnighted here on the way to the Balloon Fiesta in 2014. Asked and received permission to park overnight in the large lot south of the casino. Parking is level and regularly patrolled by security but very noisy because of proximity to I-40.
Dining room has daily specials that are better than most places. Discount offered if you get a player's card. Nice gift shop featuring Navajo made items.
Given permission to stay at Fire Rock
Stayed last night 9/25/2011 at Fire Rock Navajo Casino. Huge parking lot on far west side of the casino. Very level My husband went in and asked permission and security gave him the A-OK. We ate dinner in the casino; great salads. A tad noisy with I-40 south and train tracks to the north of us but ear plugs worked fine! Not sure if their RV overnight policy has changed or if we got lucky with friendly security person. There was a fifth wheel parked in the lot also.