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Re: Travel companionsadventurous female rvr & yogiIt is Oct 25 2014 I live in 2004 26ft Monaco Trek class A RV. I am looking to drive across the country apps 10 day trip sometime early to mid Nov before snow in the Mt. passes. I am looking for a non smoker/drug free, healthy helper who has experience driving an rv and can pay for some of the trip expenses. Some gas and propane. We will be boon docking at Walmart most nights to save money. I have lived in my rig for 2 years and I have traveled across the US many times. I have also seen most of the world. My route is planned and open to some flexibility but not much. Portland-Boise-SLC-Sedona-route 40 West to Ashville, NC & then North to Stamford, CT. I have two friendly Persians so you need to luv cats and I am looking for someone with a sense of humor and fun. I would like to blot about the trip as well so a fellow writer/photographer would be great. I am 46. I will not discriminate regarding age , sex, nor race. There are two separate sleeping areas in my vehicle. wanderingyogamuse@gmail.com
Re: Overnighting at WalMartgoldenpoppyHit tons of traffic coming through LA, and then We had to make an unplanned stop off at home depot in Goleta for some repair parts, its getting quite late, and not sure where to stay to catch a couple hours of zzzzz's safely. Anyone know of any Guerilla Overnight spots? All nearby state parks and rv parks are full as it is friday evening. We are heading northbound. Thanks
Re: Overnighting at WalMartRattlesnake JoeI don't want to buy a motorhome without good ground clearance. The industry needs to address this. A USA motorhome needs to go off road a bit. Put some pental axels on these diesels with ALL WHEEL DRIVE. Look at the Unimog of Europe and use American ingenuity.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartourfamilytrekWe have been on the road for nearly 6 months with our 5 small children in a 40' motorhome towing a 25' trailer with our minivan inside. We have stayed at dozens of Wal-Mart's along the way and although we don't love some of Wal-Mart's business practices we sure appreciate a free place to crash. Of course we prefer campgrounds so we can keep up with the mountain of laundry that our family of 7 generates and I'm always a little uneasy about sleeping in such a public place but we have never had an incident. We have chosen to not stay in certain Wal-Mart's because we didn't feel totally safe but for the most part we have had great luck with staying overnight. We have learned to always call ahead and also to go in once you're there to confirm with the manager before dropping our jacks for the night.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartNatIm not sure how old these posts are but I'm finding contradicting info on various sites with info from 2008 until now, At turkey lake road, Orlando Walmart do they allow overnight parking for an rv? Gonna be hiring one in Miami and driving up to Orlando for a night or 2 but just don't know where to stay that's close to universal studios. Being English aswell means I'm not upto scratch with anything at all RV! Pls help!
Re: Would you buy an RV made in China?chaos123As "Made in China" becomes a sign of brand, it is really necessary to buy something from China. It is hard to find a stuff without the label "Made in China". If you have looked the label your bought from walmart, you can find "Made in China". As the biggest market, China produced more than 500 million items and i have bought some clothing, shoes from China site smalltao, they test good and i'm consider stop avoid buying something from China.
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Re: Overnighting at WalMartNateI have stayed in Defuniak Springs, FL twice and somewhere in South Carolina once. I usually don't spend less than $30 at Camp Walmart and was treated more than adequately. I wish they had diesel at Defuniak Springs. You will see probably 5-8 RVs at DS & they are all gone by 8 AM. By about 10:30 the parking lots are quiet.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartPENNELL H NEWFOUNDLAND CANADATHE SAME IS STARTED NOW IN CANADA I JUST PURCHASED A MOTOR HOME AND ON MY WAY BACK HOME THEY REFUSED TO ALLOW ANY MOTORHOMES ON WALMART LOTS NEW SIGN EVERYWERE HAD TO PARK NEAR HIGHWAY NO PARKS OPENED AFTER SEPTEMBER
Re: Overnighting at WalMartWishPostsWereDatedLOL, that says it all!
Re: Airstream Safari Sport travel trailer UrbanologistJust acquired a 2008 Safari (Thor Foreclosure) at a great price. Those that want a lower price point are seeking the wrong thing: LOWER QUALITY! You do, ultimately, get what you pay for. Aircraft quality construction and quality "craftspersonship" is not cheap. You need to shake the Walmart and Costco mentality to appreciate an Airstream. Yes, they are expensive bought new. However, these are legacy RV's; they can literally be passed down to your heirs. Secondly, they can be bought used. They still won't be cheap: they hold there value. Look and compare any RV to Airstream unit. Unfortunately, some people over extend themselves for a Airstream (that's how I got mine), or have been down-sized. These units get sold to raise needed cash. Unfortunately, their loss is your potential gain. Bottom line, Bentley's and BMW 7 Series are not Lincoln's or Corvette's Chevrolets. Go to the 2012 Alumapalooza held at the Airstream factory next May/June and see for yourself. Almost 70% of EVERY Airstream ever made is somewhere in the World! No other RV can make that statement. Period. Once you've owned one, you'll NEVER regret it. Just don't buy more than you can really afford -- you'll hate to see it leaving.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartKellyLast week I left Orlando Tuesday night to go to the Coke 400, I wanted to be first in on Wednesday morning, I went by the Walmart 3 miles from the track on Beville Rd and I found lots of signs posted saying no overnight parking or RVs. I have stayed in Walmarts that have had those same signs but chose not to push it I could understand them not wanting overnights with the race coming. I left traveled 5 miles farther away to the store on Nova Rd. I did not see any signs at all about no overnight parking. I first fueled up $478.00 with Diesel, then went inside and spent close to $150.00 for supplies for the race. I returned to the RV that was parked all the way to the side out of the way, and cooked dinner. At around 11:30 a man and a woman dressed in Walmart uniforms knocked on the door and told me I had to leave. I told them that I routinely stay at Walmarts all over the country and never have a problem. They looked at me like I had a third eye. They stated there were signs and I was told I had 1 hour to vacate or they would call the police. I looked over the parking lot and found NO SIGNS! Here it was almost midnight no open campgrounds, no Walmarts, I searched and managed to find a Pilot truck stop 10 miles farther away from the track, they let me park there. Because I travel with my team from NASCAR I have always been trilled that Walmart has the policy of allowing RVs to stay overnight. I always purchase something from the stores, and would guess from the receipts I have saved it is close to $7500.00 last year alone. I brag on Walmart to all my friends about their policy and respect the grounds when I stay there. The next day the experience continued to really upset me, so I phoned the store spoke with a manager, he said it was their policy to allow RVs to stay overnight, but not longer than 2-3 days because of the city officials frowned on it. He told me he did not recognize my description of the employees and said he would check on I and call me back. He never did. I still stop at Walmarts, as a matter of fact, I am at the Walmart in Victor NY on the way to NHMS. I do feel much more paranoid now since that situation happened. I still love Walmart's policy towards RVers and it makes traveling much easier, I just hope it does not come down to a 50-50 crap shoot if you can stay or not. I probably should send a letter to corporate to see if they will respond with something I could keep with me for future problems. I also know there is another Walmart in Cocoa Beach that has official looking ordinance signs saying no overnight parking.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartsusanare you people for real? you use walmart as a last resort for an overnight sleep and move on....it's not a resort! Man, some people know how to abuse a gift....
Re: Overnighting at WalMartrv4495@gmail.comSaturday, February 19, 2011 12:35 PM By Don Logana SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Ever have a problem with what your neighbors park in the driveway or on the street where you live? There are rules. Especially when it comes to parking recreational vehicles. There has been plenty of debate when it comes to where you can park an RV, even at your own home. "It's an accident waiting to happen," Kelly Newcomer said of having to park his RV in the street. Newcomer owns a 22 footRV, but you won't see it in his driveway. "You can park it in the road but can't park it in the driveway," Newcomer said. A year ago, he and other RV owners petitioned their neighborhood association to allow recreational vehciles to be parked in driveways. They won, but say one neighbor began calling the county to enforce an old county ordinance to keep them from parking on their own property. Newcomber calls it a safety hazard. "I am worried someone is going to run into it or get hit by a car trying to walk around it," he said. "The ordinance seems to be very restrictive," Robert Barr said. For Barr, he thinks the issue comes down to property rights. "You pay thousands of dollars in taxes but you can't park your car in your own driveway," he said. So, the group of RV owners from Henderson Golf Community took their beef to Chatham County commissioner Dean Kicklighter, who brought the issue up at county commission Friday morning. After hearing both sides, the commission decided the ordinance will stay as is. "I understand and sympathize with both sides. I truly do and I am not a fence straddler. I don't even like politicans who straddle the fence," Kicklighter told WTOC. "I guess that's what you put elected people in office for to make the hard decisions." "He's one guy I won't be voting for come election time either," Barr said. For the neighbors, they are disappointed, but won't be giving up so easy. "I don't want anyone to get hurt and I don't want my RV damaged," Newcomer said. RV owners in Henderson Golf Community can park RV's on the road for up to 24 hours, but have been cited and warned in past years for parking in their driveways. A fine can cost as much as $100. Most of them, retired military, now store their RV's at Hunter Army Airfield
Re: Overnighting at WalMartrv4495@gmail.comSaturday, February 19, 2011 12:35 PM By Don Logana SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Ever have a problem with what your neighbors park in the driveway or on the street where you live? There are rules. Especially when it comes to parking recreational vehicles. There has been plenty of debate when it comes to where you can park an RV, even at your own home. "It's an accident waiting to happen," Kelly Newcomer said of having to park his RV in the street. Newcomer owns a 22 footRV, but you won't see it in his driveway. "You can park it in the road but can't park it in the driveway," Newcomer said. A year ago, he and other RV owners petitioned their neighborhood association to allow recreational vehciles to be parked in driveways. They won, but say one neighbor began calling the county to enforce an old county ordinance to keep them from parking on their own property. Newcomber calls it a safety hazard. "I am worried someone is going to run into it or get hit by a car trying to walk around it," he said. "The ordinance seems to be very restrictive," Robert Barr said. For Barr, he thinks the issue comes down to property rights. "You pay thousands of dollars in taxes but you can't park your car in your own driveway," he said. So, the group of RV owners from Henderson Golf Community took their beef to Chatham County commissioner Dean Kicklighter, who brought the issue up at county commission Friday morning. After hearing both sides, the commission decided the ordinance will stay as is. "I understand and sympathize with both sides. I truly do and I am not a fence straddler. I don't even like politicans who straddle the fence," Kicklighter told WTOC. "I guess that's what you put elected people in office for to make the hard decisions." "He's one guy I won't be voting for come election time either," Barr said. For the neighbors, they are disappointed, but won't be giving up so easy. "I don't want anyone to get hurt and I don't want my RV damaged," Newcomer said. RV owners in Henderson Golf Community can park RV's on the road for up to 24 hours, but have been cited and warned in past years for parking in their driveways. A fine can cost as much as $100. Most of them, retired military, now store their RV's at Hunter Army Airfield
Re: Overnighting at WalMartTrek520I have stayed at Wal Mart many times in many different locations. However to see people that drop 5th wheels or trailers and drive away for the day,you are the people that give the overnighters that leave early a bad name. Oh not to mention pets,lawn chairs etc left outside. Wal Marts are not campgrounds or RV parks.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartSilly PapaI just called the Cortez, CO Walmart and asked if I could overnight there. They said yes, in the parking lot farthest from the bldg. I mention this because this location is on the list of Walmarts that don't allow overnighting. Can u update the list? thx.
Re: TAB teardrop trailerKimWe have added a double tent shower/toilet tent to our tent set up behind the trailer which was purchased to $85 from Sears. We purchased a ECO TEMP Tankless Endless Hotwater Portable system from Costco for $120. My husband is putting 2 more water tanks from Walmart (the blue jugs) for $10 each beneath the stove. He is putting in a "t" fitting and adding tabs at the back beneath the trailer to have continuous hotwater in our trailer for dishes as well as in the shower tent. We are working on getting a tripod to hold the portable shower unit which is 12 pounds. This will work great for us as we didn't want a huge RV in our driveway, and really wanted the simplicity of this trailer. We will also add the hinges at that hold the cabinets open and we are good to go!
Re: Overnighting at WalMartcougar43On campgrounds being over priced I agree. I own a mobile home park near Greensboro NC and charge 140 per month I have a septic tank and line on each lot broken down that amounts to a little over 7 bucks a night and I make good money on my spaces. No way am I going to pay 30 and 40 or more a night for a camping space. Another thing my spaces are almost 1/2 acre KOA is very unreasonable on there prices. I am also in coast to coast all the camping I want to do for 10 to 15 bucks a night all year long.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartcougar43I just found this forum and have really enjoyed reading the posts, so far I haven't used a WalMart parking lot for camping in my 33 ft puma but thought i might take advantage of there hospitality if needed. My problem is however I can not get to my bathroom or bedroom with out putting out the slide. So i guess people would tell me to just go to a campground? That would be a bit unreasonable I think.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartBill HalberstadtTo Karen, who is looking for a list of Walmarts not allowing RV overnight parking: One way is to join the Yahoo discussion group "WalmartRVing". To do that, go to: autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/walmartrving and join (it's free). In their "Files" area you will find a complete and frequently updated list of ALL Walmarts, their addresses, phone numbers and overnight parking status. Disclaimer: I maintain that list.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartSteve SHas anyone had any problems with overnight parking at the WalMart on Harbison Blvd in Columbia, SC? I have heard of vehicles towed by the local homeowners association for overnight parking. Thank you.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartKarenI am trying to find on line a list of the Super Walmarts that DO NOT ALLOW OVER NIGHTS IN THEIR LOTS..we will be traveling for 2 weeks across the US and we want to stay at our favorite store lot..:) does anyone know how I can get this list? thanks and Happy Travelin..
Re: Overnighting at WalMartSylviaI have stayed at Walmarts. I choose the Supercenters because most are open 24 hours with security and cameras. You can find Walmarts by going to the Walmart Locations website. Also go to the Overnighting at Walmarts website. Both great sites. Not all Walmarts are listed at the Walmart Locations website. For example, in Washington. the Marysville Walmart Supercenter is not listed. Its right on I-5 and is open 24 hours with security and cameras. I've seen RV's parked there for a week. Marysville is about 50+ miles from the Canadian border. So if you'd planned to visit Canada, you can leave your RV in the Walmart lot. This Walmart is next to the Tualip Casino which allows you to park for 7 days at no charge in their lot. Big beautiful Casino, great food and buffet. RV lot is very secure but no hook ups. Great Premier Shopping Mall next door. Also the Casino has great outdoor concerts during the summer - big name entertainers. Also about 15 miles N on I-5 is another Casino which allows free parking.You can stay in WA rest areas up to 8 hours. Another great I-5 stop is Seven Feathers Casino in Canyonville, OR. Its beautiful but a litle pricy. They are listed as #3 on the Best RV Luxary RV stopovers. This place is beautiful and the people were wonderful. The worst place I stayed was in Panama City, FL. Pricy, dirty, half the sites don't work, its says 300 feet to beach. More like 1000 feet after orossing a 4 lane busy road with no light or crosswalk and very rude people. By pass this RV Resort. Before heading out, plan your trip far in advance and send for states travel guides. They are very helpful. And always check the Weather Channel for weather. Get a Casino Camping Book altho its not really updated. They are inexpensive places to stay and usually have good food. You don't have to gamble. Another great place is Bella Terra in Foley, AL. Rated 10/10/10 by Woodalls but only for Class A motorhomes. Pricy but well worth it. Another tip - GET A SURGE PROTECTOR. Most important item you can buy for your investment. Can't tell you how many of these RV parks have power surges. The best and the ugliest RV park all have power surges. Protect your investment such as all your appliances and TV. WEKK WORTH THE INVESTMENT. Stay in those Walmarts and spent some $ while there. HAPPY CAMPING
Re: Overnighting at WalMartTI am seeking a safe and sane and RV knowlegeable person to travel with from LA to Seattle sometime around Feb 2011. I smoke and may have two cats w/me. I am afraid to travel that far alone. I am 51, single, and have a 1985 Lazy Daze. Prefer a strong male that can lift what I can't.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartTI am seeking a safe and sane and RV knowlegeable person to travel with from LA to Seattle sometime around Feb 2011. I smoke and may have two cats w/me. I am afraid to travel that far alone. I am 51, single, and have a 1985 Lazy Daze. Prefer a strong male that can lift what I can't.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartChipSanta Ana, CA Walmart March 2010. I overnighted at a Walmart for the first time last night. Arrived around 8pm, introduced myself to the security guard and he advised me where to park. I bought a few things and settled in for the night. He ended up doing a drive by about every 15 minutes or so, and I felt pretty safe. At 6am I hear knocking at my front door. A new security guard is yelling at me telling me I have to leave; that the other security guard made a "big mistake" by letting me stay. He's very upset with me, waving his flashlight in the air, etc. Well, I left... don't want the bad karma. Next time I will approach an actual manager inside the store.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartratpastrywhile it might be a national policy on walmart's behalf to allow overnighters,the Dallas area forbids them to 'overnight' in the parking lots.The Dallas area is a high crime area and loitering anywhere after a certain time is frowned upon.hanging in parking lots at 2am would be considered loitering,whether you're in an RV or ford mustang.if you ain't inside shopping or waiting for somebody that's inside shopping you're just hanging out.dallas also has a curfew.nobody under 17 out roaming around between the hours of 11pm and 6am ..the police see any form of loitering as being suspicious after say 10:30 or 11pm
Re: Overnighting at WalMartDave LHi Is there a list or maps of Walmarts that allow over night RVing parking? If so where can one get such a map or listing? Regards Dave
Re: Overnighting at WalMartC GrahamI must admit I have not read ANY of the threads within this website. I liked to stay at Walmarts for the night during our trip ... we never put out our BBQ, mats, etc. only two chairs and two slides so we could use our RV living area and kitchen. The standing joke is we spend more in each Walmart than we could ever spend in a RV campground. We are very upset when we see folks who set up camp in a Walmart or other retail establishment with BBQs, mats and all other showings of a long stay (two nights or more) and have to sympathize with the RV campground owners. This practice (setting up camp) only hurts the overnight campers but also the RV campgrounds and no one gains in the end. All I can say thanks to those inconsiderate folks who only think of themselves and in the end they will pay too. Signed: A boondocker at heart but spends a lot of bucks at Walmart.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartLARRY HAHNHI IM STILL THE NATIONAL PRES OF WALMART BOUND. WE HAVE OVER 2000 MEMBERS AND HABE A BALL SLEEPING AT WALMARTGS THEY LOVE US BECAUSE WE SPEND MNEY WHILE WE SLEEP
Re: Overnighting at WalMartLarryWhen I lived in Quebec, I used to drive 50 minutes and work across the border at Plattsburgh,N.Y. We used to welcome the Quebecois to park overnight. Every RV that pulled in spent about 50 Bucks on snacks and beverages. Do the Math 40 RVs time 50 clams. The parking lots are big. Any manager that would not let them park would be losing his profit sharing out of his pocket. I used to have a lot of fun. If somkeone pulled in at ten or eleven, I would go to the and say " Vous etes trop tard," meaning that you are too late, everyone pulled in one or two hours ago. We would have a good laugh. If Walmart doesn't let these good people stay the night, they are morons.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartjameshey the other night I found a site that has almost every Wal-Mart listed on google maps and even lets us know if you can stay overnight. Its findfuelstops.com I know my family will be using it from now on. check it out its free.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartSharonI saw several entries asking if there is a WalMart on such and such road. If you buy a road atlas from WalMart or Sam's Club, in the back is a list of WalMarts in every state. It also lists Sams Clubs. It even tells which ones have gas or not. However, it doesnt indicate if they allow overnight stays. FYI
Re: Overnighting at WalMartFLOYD LOOMISLARRY HAHN: WERE YOU EVER IN THE NAVY ON A DESTROYER? YOUR NAME SOUNDS FAMILIAR. WE TRAVEL FROM WISC TO CORPUS CHRISTI EVERY YEAR IN NOV. & APR. WE HAVE USED WALMARTS, FLYING JS, & PETROS TRUCK STOPS WITHOUT ANY PROBLEMS. I RECOMMEND ALL OF THEM.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartWalterHI, A couple of years ago we had just arrived at the Albuquerque store, and within minutes a friendly security guard in a pickup truck advised us where to park and that he would check on us every 2 hours during the night. For a bonus, one of the city's indoor pool, 50 cent entrance fee, was located just across the street.
Re: Overnighting at WalMartLARRY HAHN HI IM NATIONAL PRES OF WAL-MART BOUND TRAVEL CLUB. WE HAVE OVER 1750 HAPPY MEMBRS AND WALMART LOVES US TO OVERNIGNT AND NOT CAMP AT WALMART
Re: Overnighting at WalMartfarmhaulerFiberglass restorer from your local boat store will bring back the shine to your fiberglass trailer. Takes a little elbow grease, but the results are worth it. Follow up with Turtle Wax ICE. You will LOVE the results.
Re: Would you buy an RV made in China?EdSure why not? Everything else is made in china these days. If you object to this then don't shop at WalMart, Target, Home Depot, Lowes ... Made in China is a fact of globalization and american's insistence of lower and lower prices on everything.
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