Thursday, February 26, 2015

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Casinos

  The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Tribes owns two casinos on the eastside of Phoenix. Both are fairly small, very busy and both allow 3 days of overnight RV parking but for RVers the Casino Arizona (pictured above) is much better than the Talking Stick Casino (below).Talking Stick has 6 long, narrow RV spaces. Overnight stays are limited to these spaces which are so narrow that it’s very hard to fit one RV next to another. We arrived in late afternoon and didn’t park in one of the RV spaces. Security didn’t ask us to move until the next morning but we probably would not risk it again. 33.53935, -111.87272

   Casino Arizona, on the other hand, has a large lot for oversized vehicles with no restrictions plus it’s very convenient to Hwy 101 and the attractions in the city.  Use the fourth entrance off of 92nd Street to get to the oversized parking lot.  33.45623, -111.88431

  Because of the small size and crowded conditions of the casinos neither is very accessible. Both require a hike to get from the RV parking to the casino entrance.

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