There are three small Native American communities in Texas but the Kickapoo tribe is the only one that can legally have a casino. Since this is the only casino in Texas it gets a lot of business even though it’s in the middle of nowhere. What started in 1996 as a tiny casino and bingo hall has grown to a Vegas style casino with a six story hotel and a RV park.
Usually when we stop at a casino we stay in the parking lot but every lot entrance has a 7’ 2” high bar blocking any large vehicles from entering. Kind of a big hint that they want RVers to stay in the RV park but at only $15.00 a night for a paved parking pad and full hookups it’s a good deal. Each site has a small paved patio but no table. There isn’t a restroom so tents may not be permitted. The casino entrance is a bit of a trek across the parking lots but there is a shuttle – not wheelchair accessible. To pay use a debit or credit card at the self-service kiosk.
The casino has wide aisles, light chairs, and easy to reach card and money slots.