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HelloImDavid

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Posted: 12/15/12 02:46pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I know of CrackerBarrel and nearly all Walmarts....but are there any others which are across the Nation that you can list for everyones benefit ? Thanks.

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Sometimes a Lowe's or Home Depot, also SAMS Club.


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Posted: 12/15/12 03:07pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Cabela's





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Posted: 12/15/12 03:14pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Free Campgrounds

Free Campsites

Casino Camper

It's not just stores that allow overnighting.
I believe VFW's, American Legions and organizations like the Elks allow it at some locations.
There are other sites online, just do a little research.
Enjoy your travels.

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Posted: 12/15/12 04:10pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The amount of Walmarts is getting less allowing overnight parking. I can't blame them as too many leave a mess, dump waste and actually camp for several days....free. I enjoy the security of a campground. Why be cheap traveling.....swing into a rest area where there are millions of stars and no city sounds...better nights sleep and it's free without taking a detour from the main roads


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Posted: 12/15/12 04:26pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Oh OP to answer your question there are some Jacks, Hardees and Burger Kings that have rv spaces as well especially along the interstates.

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Posted: 12/15/12 04:28pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I always hear Cracker Barrel listed and every one I have ever looked at has no room for a MH with a toad unless you unhook and find that all of the employees are not parked in the RV/Bus spots. I have to laugh each year at Tulip Time here in Holland, MI. The biggest, most expensive MHs all line up at Wal-Mart, set out their chairs, and settle in for several days. The rest just go to the local CGS that are all open for Tulip Time (first full week of May, 4-12 in 2013).


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Allstays has the best list I've ever seen plus many link you to a map with the locations.


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MH's are better at boondocking than most RVs and I do not care how YOU pronounce OREGON.

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In our case, it is not a case of being cheap, it is that either there are no cgs near where we want to stop or they are back of beyond and hard to get to. Plus, we have gone to the trouble of finding the cg only to discover that it is so run down that it would be scary to spend the night there. After having this happen a few times, we decided to not do that anymore. We mostly use truck stops, rest areas or Wal-Marts.


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