It's all over the internet, Walmart, Cabela's, Outdoor World and Cracker Barrell are going to prohibit, if not already, the overnight rest parking for RV's.

2 Walmarts in Waco area along with Cabela's have banned over night campers, Due to a few DIRT Bag retards, Yes I said retards, because these type people are Not right in the head. Store manager had to have Hazmat crew on standby while he had several employees power wash a section of the parking lot. All because a couple brain dead all about me me me retards thought it was OK to dump their tanks before leaving the spot they parked and leave their garbage to blow in the wind. What is wrong with these people? Are they 3 generation inbreds with a 4th grade education and an I.Q. of 14 ? Did they get their RV from their Uncle Dad ? I know most of these dim light bulb for brains don't understand much common sense, just like they can't comprehend that if they get divorced, technically they are still legally brother and sister. So, if you pull into a parking lot to rest, check with on shift manager and get a permission slip if it's OK to park, and leave the area cleaner than when you parked. Let's all hope they don't shut down the GOOD RV'ers. Be safe and happy travels.

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Comment by Jeff Berge on May 2, 2019 at 11:55pm
PS) even in the badlands area of ND Thera a few more places to stay overnight, however they might be primitive due to today’s standards ! Also keep close tabs on fuel levels as it can get very, very remote n horrible cell signal. But that’s why we do it eh ?!?!!!
Comment by Jeff Berge on May 2, 2019 at 11:50pm
Up here in upper Midwest that trend started but the 18 wheelers took care of it as that brainless crap started up! But in my neck of the woods- west central MN, the normals regained Wally worlds cooperation and saved overnight stops. This also goes west ward to Minot and Williston ND as along theI94 corridor There’s rest stops and trucks stops aplenty due the oil boom
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Comment by Drew on March 9, 2018 at 11:40am

We have even seen this type of behavior at paid campgrounds. We have picked up behind others on numerous occasions. They have no respect for themselves so how could they respect anything or anyone else? We have seen bad behaviors throughout the age ranges on top of it. No matter where we are camping we try to leave the area in better condition than we found it. You just can't teach  folks that don't care.

Comment by janet lee on March 6, 2018 at 1:12pm

Yep. I agree, well, like I mentioned before. That new group, (Rving for Newbies) need a few classes on you tube, full timer suggestions, and more feed back like this group. 

People have questions, they really need to ask. 

Comment by janet lee on March 6, 2018 at 1:07pm

Oh, darn. Thats not too good for the rest of the groups out there. (Free anybody see this site?

Comment by Diane Hunter on March 6, 2018 at 9:54am

I agree with all of you. It's horrible, and getting worse.

Comment by Daniel Long on March 4, 2018 at 8:19pm

I haven't had to boondock too much but stopped and parked in a legal spot near my sister-in-law's place in MD and after one day got hassled by the police about how long I was staying there. I guess if I had a new rig it wouldn't have happened but it was with my '77 Tioga so she wasn't as purdy as some of the new ones. The LH2 is newer by 10 years and a bit more refined so less hassle on the road. For now...

Comment by Rich Thomas on March 4, 2018 at 7:40pm

Unfortunately  Lakota that's what happens when every thing is brought to a level of the me generation. can't even drive down town with out some one sliding in the half a car space in front of you at an exit because he feels he's better than you and shouldn't have to wait the half hour you just did and get in at the end of the line. or the a-hole that can't seem to afford a new low beam light so he drives all night with his high beams on and won't pass you because he just like's to blind you. Rant! - sorry  



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