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New Mexico joined the union in 1912 as the forty-seventh state. The capital of this southwestern state is Santa Fe. Located near Arizona, Colorado and Texas, New Mexico features a population of over 1,800,000 and is best known for its vast outdoor resources, rich Western heritage and Native American culture. New Mexico has everything from volcanoes; the Anasazi ruins, and for conspiracy buffs and fans of the X Files television show there is the International UFO Museum in Roswell. New Mexico is still infamous for the alleged UFO landing at the famous site in Roswell, the subject of many films and television shows.

Of course, along with all of the attractions in New Mexico, there is a wealth of grown-up fun for those interested in trying some of the many New Mexico Casinos throughout the state. From Acoma to Taos, there are more than twenty New Mexico casinos throughout the state. The New Mexico casinos include Native American-owned operations such as Dancing Eagle Casino in Casa Blanca, New Mexico, and the Casino Apache Travel Center in Mescalero. Slot machines are a big draw in New Mexico Casinos, but you can also find table games, and in some cases, horse betting and many other types of gambling.

A good number of the New Mexico casinos offer buffets, free valet parking and many other amenities. Look for New Mexico casinos that are AAA approved and you'll find the usual AAA perks, especially at New Mexico casinos that offer hotel service. A good number of the New Mexico casinos offer an AARP discount, so if this applies to you be sure to do your homework about where these New Mexico casinos are located, you'll most likely get your best values here.

The industry in New Mexico casinos is expanding all the time. There are large numbers of new and proposed New Mexico casinos, including a recent deal struck between the Pueblo people of Pojoaque and the Hilton Hotel chain. This deal could result in the largest-ever Pueblo owned casino in New Mexico! Regardless of whether you visit New Mexico to play at a Native American casino or see the sights, you can definitely have a lot of fun doing both on the same trip. A little advanced homework done on New Mexico casinos to see where the best locations are on your journey will make your next trip to the state a very entertaining one. Don't miss the chance to try the New Mexico casino craze.


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