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Fast travel from Flagstaff to Nashville this coming week in a class B. Anyone familiar with some over night spots along this route or even campgrounds that are easy on/off interstate? All help is appreciated. Mike


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The 'Next Exit' book will show all kinds of spots. Rest stops, Wal-marts, truck stops, etc.


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JUst do not stop and camp on the reservation lands between flagstaff and grants new mexico. Alot of highway robery stuff goes on in that stretch.


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Anyone know where I can get a copy of the Next Exit? Thanks, Mike

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Camping world and some camp grounds. Also on line.

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Walmart at Amarillo, Flying J at Sayre, Ok, Flying J at Checotah,Ok
I've stayed at all these and they were ok for overnighting, Theres a Flying J on the West side of Albuquerque. Haven't stayed there. Most any truck stop allows overnighting. You might have to park with the big rigs and thats noisy sometimes. Oh Yeah the Loves at Santa Rosa, NM. Check out Free Campgrounds for RV's. Enjou your trip!


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