Laguna’s Route 66 welcomes RV guests to new camp resort

Laguna Pueblo tribe, Route 66
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The Laguna Development Corporation – the gaming resort enterprise of New Mexico’s Laguna Pueblo tribe – has announced that it will shortly open a new luxury recreational vehicle (RV) resort adjacent to its Route 66 Casino near Albuquerque.


[dropcap]L[/dropcap]DC has described the new addition as “a 50-acre premiere camping destination”, which will boast 100 individual camp sites – complete with grass lawns and picnic tables. Meanwhile, RV guests will be granted access to all facilities at the neighbouring Route 66

Hotel – in addition to the amenities on offer at all new “luxury resort clubhouse”.

“The new Route 66 RV Resort will draw local residents in need of some nearby rest and relaxation as well as tourists and RV Clubs in search of luxury accommodations in New Mexico,” remarked Route 66 general manager Tim Perkins. “The Route 66 Resort will be a destination camping location for RVers.”


The Route 66 Resort will be a destination camping location for RVers


LDC opened its Route 66 property in September 2003. Themed with Route 66 memorabilia, the 158,000 square foot gaming facility offers plays over 1,700 slot machines, 26 table games, a dedicated poker room and 500-seat bingo hall, in addition to restaurant, bar, night club, conference centre and arcade facilities. Route 66 also houses the LDC’s Legends Theater – a 2,800-seat live entertainment space.

The addition of the new RV park constitutes the fourth major expansion of the property since its initial opening. A previous addition saw the introduction of its hotel (2007) and Las Vegas-style nightclub, whilst later efforts (2009 and 2010) saw new options added to both the property’s food-and-beverage and hospitality amenities.

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