Effective August 2016, overnight RV Parking is NOT allowed. But they do now have a commercial RV Park.
Route 66 CasinoHot
RV Parking and Camping Information
Access to Indoor Pool and Hot Tub at the Route 66 Casino Hotel
Full-Service Sites with Picnic Tables and Fire Rings
Large Gathering Spaces for Group Rentals
Concrete-Paved Pads with Full Modern RV Hookup Pedestals
20 Luxury Pull-Through Sites with 16' Wide Pads and 100 Amp Hookups
23 Deluxe Back-In Sites with 16' Wide Pads and 30/50 Amp Hookups
37 Pull Through Sites with 12' Wide Pads and 30/50 Amp Hookups
20 Back-In Sites with 12' Wide Pads and 30/50 Amp Hookups
Electric Car Charging Station
RV- Specific Convenience Store
Golf Cart Access Roads
Propane Fuel Available
Complimentary Shuttle Services to Casino, Travel Center and The Pit Stop
Open-air Rally Barn featuring 16 picnic tables, counter prep space, 4 gas grills and 2 sinks
Two Pickleball Courts
Resort-Style Pool with Cabana
Two Dog Parks
The casino was an average casino, nothing special about it. We ate at the buffet, two for one on Mondays and Tuesdays, and it was average or a little better. Lots of choices. We would go back when in the area.
Not courteous to stretch out and take 6-8 spots no matter how early you arrive; by late night everyone else was doubled up.
But maybe you were the selfish one that also continued being the POOREST example of RV friendly!
Our non-gracious words go to a fellow RVer for swapping out their old rusty, worn security tow-chain for our better quality, newer tow-chain last night.
We will only wish you safety along your travels.
Route 66 Casino in Albq. N.M. We have won money playing the big penny Wheel of fortune as you enter the door, have also spent 2 nights in the parking lot dry camping there, we visit that casino every time we go West.
All the pictures were taken from about the same location. The big sign is north east of my location. The road going past in the background is I-40 and you can see the exit 140 bridge in the distance. Also in the distance is the historical Rio Puerco bridge. It is the metal arch bridge seen under the exit bridge. The RV parking is to the right of the big sign. The travel stop and truck parking area is further to the right to the south of the RV parking. The RV parking pictures which were kind of non informational since there were no RVs there. I think you can see the curbs on each side of the parking area. The RV parking exit is right at the base of the sign. The entrance is over near the travel stop.