Stayed here again in July and was surprised to see the changes. The fee for electric is 25.00 per night and was well worth paying as we needed to use the ac. We did however win enough to pay for electric and dinner so was a great night.
They have definitely updated everything since the last time someone commented. Free RV parking area is enlarged and gravel. They have about 28 electric hookups that can accommodate any size rig, however they now charge 25 dollars a night, 15/30/50 amp hookups. No sewer or water. Buffet is open Thurs thru sun and on Tues to 55 and over. Fine dining was very good and not too expensive. They have a 24 hour care, great prices, yummy and fast, good portions. 2 gift shops, northern Arapahoe experience museum, free admission. Hotel is amazing and only 80 a night without discounts, they take AAA. Players club is 10 free play, hotel stay gives you 5 more per person, 5 table match coupon, gift shop discount and 10 percent off any meal at all restaurants, any time of day x each person. Clean new bathrooms, this was one of our favorite casinos!
Stopped here overnight and when I called to get permission for overnight they told me they had electric hookups in lot we could use for free. that was great news as it was cold and rainy and we didn't want to run our generator all night. The electric is not marked but the hook up is on a light pole. It looked to be about 5 and was really quiet and safe feeling. The casino was nice and you got a voucher to use in the café area. I had an Indian taco and my husband had a grilled cheese and ham. Taco was a little doughy compared to Navajo fry bread but rest was ok. Great for an overnight stop.
Stopped at on way out of Grand Teton NP. Found a large parking area with in/out and many well laid-out pull through RV parking spots. They are not that level but easily fixed with a couple boards. Plug-in power poles previously mentioned are now down to one that was taken. Lot was quiet for our one nite mid-week visit. Casino had all the standard new slots but also some older ones that my slot player loved. The table gaming area was small with 2 BJ tables and 1 Ultimate poker table. The Roulette table was not open and I did not see a Craps table. There is a grill and standard coffee shop. We did not try the upscale restaurant. Joining the players club provided coupons which reduced the excellent coffee shop breakfast cost for two people to less than $5. They accepted one coupon per person and portion sizes were huge! Our server was prompt and quick. Everyone inside the casino and eating areas was very friendly & helpful. We did not use or see the hotel area. Before stopping here, we checked the Super Walmart on the north side of town. For our purposes, the Casino was much nicer and quieter. Will definitely stay at Wind River Casino again on our next pass through.