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My gosh, this looks like more like an RV park than a Walmart. Maybe it's just around here, but I have never seen more than 2 RV's in a WM parking lot.

Regina's East End.......................Get's out of control most times.

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That's fairly tame. 30+ is possible at peak weekends in some Walmarts. I hope their view that hosting RVers is good business continues. I know I tend to spend a lot with them when staying overnight.

 

Geo

We seem to spend a lot at Wal Mart whether we are staying there or not. Locally we normally only see 1 or 2 if any at all, that looks like one we stayed at in Texas in March, had 30+ RV'S there.

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My gosh, this looks like more like an RV park than a Walmart. Maybe it's just around here, but I have never seen more than 2 RV's in a WM parking lot.

That Walmart almost looks like the one in Newport,Oregon.......the rv's park right next to the signs that say "no overnight parking"

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ONP Walmart from Allstays is awesome.

 

"#1925, Supercenter Apr 2015: Signs posted but asked at service desk and they said ok. Stayed one night in our 37 ft 5th wheel along the east side of parking lot. No problems but a little road noise. Even put out our 4 tip outs. Oct 2014: The signs are still posted saying No Overnight Parking so I asked customer service if it was okay. She said Walmart allows it. Sep 2013: Signs posted no overnight parking but manager said Walmart did not care. We spent the night along with several other RVs with no problem. RVs were scattered throughout parking lot. Aug 2013: Parked far away from doors. They said it was the town rules No overnight parking, however, Walmart is ok with parking. We met a man with his genie on and two chairs outside! He was there several days, and we saw 6 other RVs there last night. Garden Center, Grocery, Pharmacy, 1-Hour Photo Center, Subway (S)"

 

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That Walmart almost looks like the one in Newport,Oregon.......the rv's park right next to the signs that say "no overnight parking"

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I have seen rentals with a pop up tents with ladders and camped next to them in a RV park.

Usually they are on a minivan.

Looked OK to me. Just people having a good time. Usually first time RVers.

Google: Juicy RV rentals.

 

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We have overnighted both at Walmarts as well as Flying J's. Never had any issues, other than once heard the parking lot cleaner running his machine at 0300....

 

Although Flying J's are usually more noisy, I actually sleep better there---perhaps it is that their designated RV areas make it seem more "safe". Maybe it's just me.......

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When I was running hot shot loads with my pickup, I routinely stayed at Walmarts around the country and yes, the sweeper could be a problem some nights. Also, stay away from the loading docks as they get busy and noisy during the off hours. I never liked the truck stops cause it never failed that the truck next to me would release his air brakes and leave during the night and about the time you fell asleep another truck would arrive and do the air brake thing again.

Home Depots were another favorite short night stop.

Greg

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