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The Day's End listings have free and inexpensive ($15 or less) places to spend a night or more. The majority of places listed are dry camping/boondocking, but there are a few places where you can get at least electricity.

 

http://www.escapees.com/parking/DaysEnd.aspx

 

Sample directory here:

 

http://www.daysenddirectory.com/index.php?page=5

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I'm not even going to begin to tell you what I first thought this was talking about

I could have gone all day without thinking of that one! :lol:

 

I'm pretty sure that the Escapees have no plans to provide the service you are thinking of.....................

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Ok I had assumed that I had wrong information. And I guess Escapes is another club that you pay for deals to places you would never visit other wise... Thanks

If you mean that no one ever visits Texas, New Mexico, Florida, Southern California, Las Vegas area, Oregon or a multitude of other places... then ya... SKPs visit places no one goes. Otherwise, SKP parks seem to be in places that are pretty convenient.

 

You should take a look at the SKP web site and check out the locations of the parks. My wife and I are at one of them now, Park Sierra in the foothills of the Sierra Mtns about 30 miles west of Yosemite. $21 a night with 50-amp, WiFi that works, cable tv, sites that aren't all in a row but tucked into the geography and terrain in a way that somehow gives each RV space and privacy as well as a view and relatively easy access.

 

But if you want free... then solar up and hit the desert.

 

WDR

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I guess Escapes is another club that you pay for deals to places you would never visit other wise... Thanks

I don't get what it is that you are driving at? There are many services that come with membership some just for the cost of membership, others with additional costs. Veterans do get a discount, just for being veterans but free camping in the 18 RV parks isn't part of it and would be cost prohibitive. I suggest that if you are genuinely interested, you should probably start by visiting the Escapees website and look through the benefits of membership.

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