March 30, 2023 - reviewed by NavyStore
Chuck Woodbury Would Be Proud
This is what the folks at RVtravel.com have been asking for, $21- (up from $17- on highway signs) with 50A and FHU's. Easy in, easy out, mostly level sites. Five 'AirBnB' rental rigs and two TT's (probably employees) that have been long term. Gravel everything except dog walk area, with dump station adjacent. Grocery store and Casino look about 150 meters away, to the South and SW of RV area. This is a great spot for one night!
December 16, 2019 - reviewed by Eddie
Not That Great
For over night ok. Casino has no card games. Everything kinda dirty.
June 16, 2019 - reviewed by HopefulBeginnings
Comfortable No Frills Stay
Any time we pass through the area we take advantage of this stop. It is a gravel lot with hookups (at least 30 with 5 of them being pull through). We've stayed here 4 times over the last several years and have never had a problem getting a space. Most spaces require some leveling. They appear short, but we've never had trouble with our 30ft bumper pull and this time our 36ft 5th wheel. This time our truck did stick out into the travel path quite a bit (we don't unhook), but the drive path is really wide and it's always so quiet that there aren't many vehicles coming and going for just one night. There is room for slides but spaces are close together. No bathrooms or showers on site (they are across the road at the truck stop). There is highway & truck noise. Price has been going up each time we are through, but that seems to be the norm everywhere. This stay was still well worth the $17.02 a night for full hookups. We've always felt comfortable and safe here.
June 4, 2019 - reviewed by Dawn
Nice park. Clean, has a little laundry mat, they can fill propane and there’s a grocery store next door. Staff is very friendly as well. Prices are VERY reasonable. Very happy and will come back.
October 13, 2018 - reviewed by Lees
All dirt, moved in one spot no water, then another no elec, finally got one with both. Their idea of a pet area is a mud pit. Not very nice place to stay, very dirty.
September 23, 2018 - reviewed by stiritup34
They have a great little diner .They do close at 10pm. the casino is nice , clean and staff are really nice.
August 31, 2018 - reviewed by Katarina
Nice Price, Kinda Noisy
We stayed overnight, was kinda noisey due to trucks. But for the price off 11$ I can't complain. Security came thru every couple hours which made me feel safe, Would stay again.
April 12, 2018 - reviewed by Earl Scroggin
The Price In Right
Gravel bare campground with hookups for next to nothing! Just a few steps from the casino and restaurant.
March 31, 2018 - reviewed by TimLady
Clean, Easy Access, Late Night Check In
Clean, with gravel spots. 30 sites, some pull throughs in the middle, rest are back in. Fairly level. Located next door to casino that was fairly quiet for Friday night. Truck stop across street. Fairly large new grocery store next door as well. Easy Late Night check in. And it did cost only $11.38 with full hook ups. Did not use showers/bathrooms. Tribal security did sweep through park a couple of times through night. About 40 minutes west of Albuquerque on I40.
February 2, 2018 - reviewed by Judy
Cheap. Full Hookups. Level. Short Sites.
If you have a rig less than 30 feet tip to toe, you maybe be able to squeeze into the short narrow sites. No where to put your tow vehicle except in the drive path. The sites are gravel but level both side to side and front to back. Full hook-ups for 11.38/night. Can't beat the price.
But it's noisy as all get out. There's a truck stop across the street so you hear big rigs coming and going all night long. There's also a train that seems to blow it's whistle several times an hour all night. If you decide to stay, you'll need a loud fan or some sort of white noise to drown this all out. Ours wasn't loud enough. It just added to the noise level without drowning the cacophony outside. Beware if you're a light sleeper.
January 1, 2018 - reviewed by JWF
Every post below is still correct. Pay $11.38 and pick your own spot. Full hookup, and to the casino for a nice dinner. Get a free high roller card for dining discounts, whether you gamble or not.
This tribe are gracious hosts, and we will be back!
October 14, 2017 - reviewed by Jim & Anna
Stayed one night at Dancing Eagle RV Park on October 31, 2016. Cost to stay $11.36 for 50 Amps and full hookups. The lot is gravel and leveled pretty and there's a short concrete sidewalk leading to the casino. It's a short walk and well lite. If the RV Park is full the truck stop across the street has plenty of parking spaces.
October 10, 2017 - reviewed by Tracy
Just a gravel lot, but has everything needed for an overnight stay. Great restaurant separated from the casino, clean showers in the truck stop included in price. $11.38 is a good deal. Operated by Laguna Pueblo tribe, and they are wonderful hosts.
September 27, 2017 - reviewed by minidb
Port In A Storm
We pulled into Dancing Eagle truck stop to get off the freeway in a torrential downpour and noticed the RV Park sign. It is small, 25 sites but had room for us for the night. Full hookups, c/w 50 amp service. There are 5 or 6 pull throughs so we didn't have to drop our toad. Pull through sites aren't overly level put we got set up without any problems. Close to freeway and trains but it was reasonably quiet. With a fan in the BR we were were able to get a good night's sleep
There was even security making the rounds!
Safe secure sites. Did I mention the price? $11.38!!
A great port in a storm or when travelling west from Albuquerque.