Tesuque Pueblo makes plans for old New Mexico casino Daniel J. Chacón, Santa Fe New Mexican · December 6, 2018 at 4:55 pm An indoor flea market is among options Tesuque Pueblo is considering for the old casino it closed last month before opening the new Tesuque Casino just north of Santa Fe. The new 72,000-square-foot casino, located off U.S. 84/285 adjacent to the Santa Fe Opera, was built on land previously used for an outdoor flea market. John Kubiak, chairman of the Pueblo of Tesuque Development Corp., confirmed Wednesday that an indoor flea market is among potential uses for the old Camel Rock Casino, located farther north on U.S. 84/285. But Kubiak emphasized that it’s one of several options on the table. “We are exploring all kinds of different alternatives at this point in time,” he said.