cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
Friendly registration, nice sites. Had to reg at casino & could have used another sign pointing that direction. Couldn't figure out where to go after the 1 pointing down the road to the casino, the casino or the gas station. Offers different discussants. Restaurant good.
Sky City RV Park, located on the Acoma Indian reservation, immediately off I-40, is a true camping value, if one stays out of the casino. We spent two nights heading toward and another two nights returning from the Grand Canyon. The RV park is well laid out, restrooms/shows were clean and new...when they were open. The RV park is not a high priority item, is not consistently manned, at least during our four nights of stay, but it is a very high value for the price. Resgistration for the camp grounds is at the front desk of the hotel. Sites were well laid out with curbs and full service. Their security required campers to be issued a key upon registration that opened the electical box and to return that key when the campers leave. The nearby hotel/casino complex has a good restuarnt and gift shop. The historical Acoma Pueblo and other American Indian attactions are close by.
This is a very nice place to stay for a night or two. All of the sites are compressed gravel pull-throughs and are pretty level. The staff we met were friendly and helpful. The park sits a little way behind the casino, hotel and gas station. We were in space 15 which sits right in front. With our bedroom windows open all night we had no problem with noise from the highway or traffic moving in and out of the casino or gas station. You will hear a train in the far distance which actually sounds nice when you hear it. They even give active duty military and veterans a discount. Try it. You won't be disappointed. We will definitely stop again if we are in the area.
Stayed here overnight while traveling. Great rate using my Good Sams card. Nice pull through sites. Please keep in mind that if it is after 9pm on the weekend you have to check in at the hotel check in.
We stayed at this RV park last year and were happy with that stay we are also very happy with our visit from last night. I give the RV park high ratings as follows:
1. Overall, the RV park is clean, quiet, offers water, electric an cable hook up.
2. The facility is new(er) so while I would not opt to stay in the RV park for a week or 2 week vacation, it certainly meets if not exceeds a night or 2 stay for the price. The charge was $22/night but because my brother-in-law is a veteran, we were only charged $10/night. That's a fantastic price in our book.
3. Restrooms were very clean. Both times we have stayed at this RV park the restrooms in the RV park have been kept very clean. The attendant mops the restrooms and showers multiple times a day, as evidenced by still wet floors in the RV office/restrooms/showers building.
4. I gave the appeal rating a 4 only because the RV park is not intended (I don't think) for long-term stays so while it is landscaped nicely, the sites are close together. And while the park is nice, it is still rather close to the freeway, as many casinos are, so there was some freeway noise later at night. On the + side, the RV park allows for some really nice stargazing and I was able to catch a really nice sunset.
Overall, I rate this RV park very high because of the on/off the freeway convenience, the more than reasonable rates charged per night, the clean bathrooms, we enjoyed the dinner buffet at the casino restaurant and it is just a good place to spend the night.
Really nice RV park if you're into casinos. They have a free shuttle to and fro the casino, so you don't have to walk in the road. The lots are level, large, and clean. Seconds away from classic Route 66. Great place to have a really fun time. Guests here are allowed into the casino hotel's pool. Nice!
Camp ground is clean and neat full hook ups. All pull through and easy to get to. Registration is in the hotel lobby, a little out of the way, but worth the time. Pleasant accommodating staff. No trees, but still a great stop along the way, east or west. Will stay there again. Awesome price for the amenities.
We stayed at this casino RV park for one night. The casino is very easy off/on to I-40. I called first and was told the RV park was full, but we took a chance and stopped anyway and it paid off. We enjoyed: easy access; attentive security; price ($19/night+tax~$22); all pull thru sites; full hook up; sites long enough to accommodate any size coach for the most part; very quiet (ie no noise from neighbors); restrooms were spotless and modern; showers were spotless and modern with great water pressure and more than ample hot water; views to the north of the plateaus and bluffs were spectacular; star gazing was spectacular; only an hour west of Albuquerque; things to do in the immediate area such as national parks land, monuments, etc; cultural center on the reservation to include guided walking tours of some points of interest on the reservation; friendly staff; gas station with diesel with competitive prices; party store at gas station with laundromat; restaurants inside hotel/casino; free 24 hour shuttle to/from hotel/casino; RV park is new and very clean. Possible cons (for some people): some road noise from I-40 (reduced at night); some noise from trains (tracks are on opposite side of I-40 from casino); no dog waste containers (there are dumpsters but for whatever reason, people were piling bags of dog waste by the clubhouse). The pros far outweighed the cons for us and we would have liked to stay longer and enjoy some of the points of interest had time permitted.
Easy access, friendly staff, nice restrooms. The sites are gravel, but lots of space between. A good place to stay a night when on the road. We did not use the hotel or casino facilities. No recycling bins.
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