Sky Ute Casino is an impressive casino, located in southwest Colorado, about 20 miles from southeast Durango, with hundreds of slots and table games, as well as a large hotel and RV Park. There’s blackjack, 3-card poker, Texas and Omaha Hold’em, craps, a roulette wheel, and a 200-seat bingo hall.
Games include slots, blackjack, three-card poker, craps, roulette, bingo, and four-table poker room with Texas & Omaha hold ’em. Poker fans have access to a special four-table, non-smoking poker room. Tournaments are held several times a week, usually from Friday through Monday.
Special events occur regularly at Sky Ute Casino, like bands in the 49 Lounge, local and national boxing and MMA fights, as well as other various entertainment. Additionally, there is a bowling alley, arcade, and 18-hole mini-golf.
Hotel and RV Camping
For those spending the night, there is a large hotel and an RV park. Both rooms and suites are available. Guests of the 140-room hotel have access to a swimming pool, hot tub, and lazy river.
There is also a salon and spa at the casino. Pop-up tent-style campers are NOT allowed in the RV Park. Full hookups include water, sewer, and hookups for 20, 30, and 50 amps.
Camper amenities include showers, laundry, pool, and fitness center access, as well as Wi-Fi.
Read about other camping near Pagosa Springs, as well as other camping near Durango and Bayfield.
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Dining is easy to find with four great restaurants inside: Rolling Thunder Grill, Aspen Room Buffet & Restaurant, Shining Mountain Cafe, and Rose Coffee Bistro. Alcohol is served in the bar but not on the casino floor. Free wi-fi is available in the casino.
Address: 14826 Highway 172 North, Ignacio, CO 81137
Phone: 888- 842-4180
Hours: Open 24 hours, 7 Days a Week
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