Stopped there for one nite in Sept 2015 Rates have gone up to $10.70 due to a "bed" tax Still a good price for full hookups and a short walk to the casino. Food in dining room is good at a reasonable price Laundry room had new machines which were spotless and ONLY $1.00 to wash and $1.00 to dry for 45 minutes
We were going to stop at a nearby WalMart for the night but when we saw a billboard advertising full hookup's for $10, we signed onto Casino Camper to check the reviews. It as easy to find, the electric was good. We didn't hook-up the water or sewer because the forecast called for a low of 25 that night. The gentleman at registration as very efficient and helpful. The pull-through sites were close but perfectly acceptable for a quick one night stop. We also had dinner at the Casino restaurant. Both the service and the food was excellent.
I stayed here three nights. Purpose of staying here was to visit the Acoma Pueblo (Sky City). It is a gravel lot with water and electric hookups. There are 6 dedicated pull through spaces and the others are back-in up to a wall.
Propane and dump station available if you need it. Spaces are close and laundromat closed. Recommend arriving early if you have a big rig.
The physical location is the south east corner of the intersection and the correct coordinates are 35.031300°, -107.475288° (both by Google Earth and Garmin GPS)
Dry camping is allowed in the main parking lot.
Cannot comment on the casino nor the restaurant, I was told the former was smoky and I stay away from smoke. The latter was reported to be good be it was too far for me to walk.
You can get a $10 credit on the camping fees if you register for the Player's Club. They also of a $10 gasoline credit.
I would stay here again. I drive a 40' DP and tow.