Disabled Nomads

If we can go there, so can you!


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This review is based on ADA accessiblity, our experience and opinion. Your mileage may vary.


We found this casino using CasinoCamper.com

This is a lovely casino and it's huge. There are automatic doors at the front and plenty of ADA accessiblity to everything. Go and have fun!

As of this writing, they don't give out the $10 card to get you started gambling when you sign up. They give you cards to fill out and enter into a drawing for the chance to win cash.

The RV parking is at the north east corner of the complex. They have a shuttle to take you from the parking lot to the casino if you call them. There is no space for a wheelchair as they use golf carts to transport you.  You can get to the casino via a short-cut by going through the Coyote Entertainment Center which is directly in line with the RVparking lot.

You don't have to register your RV and they don't care how long you stay, although I imagine you wouldn't want to overstay your welcome and ruin it for everyone else.

The Coyote Entertainment Center does not have automatic doors for getting into the building and there's 2 sets of doors to get through. There's plenty of room inside the complex to move around. There is an arcade, movie theater and sports bar. The movie theater has huge private rest rooms. The one between theaters 2 & 4 has the widest hallway to get your mobility device into the room. The theaters have plenty of ADA seating.

We didn't get to visit anything other than the Casino and the Entertainment Center. Perhaps some day we'll get to visit again and stay a little while longer to check everything out.