Sunday, March 31, 2019

Free or low cost camping ideas





The best way to find free RV parking spots is to ask the local police or sheriff office. 
A phone call is all it takes

Private lands owned by timber companies that allow free camping.

Arizona has a public lands recreation permit ($20) that allows free RV camping on state lands.

We always recommend asking for overnight RV parking permission when looking for a free spot 
to spend the night.

Truck Stops – Asking permission is usually not a requirement Be considerate of the big rigs!

Walmart – Not all stores allow overnight RV parking due to city ordinances. Check store for policy.
Cracker Barrel – These nationwide restaurants usually allow free overnight RV parking.
Big Box Retailers – Kmart, Best Buy, Sams Club often allow free RV camping.

Highway Rest Areas – All rest areas allow a few hours of free RV parking, but noisy. But some
do not allow overnight parking look for signs when you pull in. 

Roadside Parks & Picnic Areas – The early day version of the rest area. Check for signs about
over night stays.  
 
Fairgrounds – State and County facilities may allow RV camping when not otherwise in use.
Parks – City, County, State, and Community parks often have free RV camping.

Keep a list of the places you find to stay at, you never know when you may go though there again.




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