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Posted: 07/21/12 07:50pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Is there a list of the Camping worlds that allow over night camping? I know some of them have electric and some don't. The one in Indianapolis has electric too. That's were we are buying our 2001 Winnebago Brave from. Should of been able to pick it up today (and we did drive 4.5 hours over there) only to find out that the bank did not send the insurance check next day with Saturday delivery, so we ended up drive almost 10 hours for nothing.. Really mad at bank right now.

Anyways, not sure where to post my original question about CW Locations, so I thought I would start here.

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Don't know about a list, but we just stayed at a Camping World in Chattanooga TN 2 weeks ago. They had full hookups. It was a nice CG. Some are pull thrus and a few are back in. Ours was a back in with a nice view and a field to walk the dog and help give us a spacious feel. We paid $24.00 which included tax and a GS discount.


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Look at
walmarts for a free place to stop over night. Usually there are no hookups.


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That question was asked in the Dear Marcus forum.Thought it would be nice to have the website list what stores had parking/over night space. Never did get a reply either way.


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bldrbuck wrote:

Look at walmarts for a free place to stop over night. Usually there are no hookups.
You mean that some Walmarts DO have hookups? That's great! Which ones...?

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SpinRite wrote:

bldrbuck wrote:

Look at walmarts for a free place to stop over night. Usually there are no hookups.
You mean that some Walmarts DO have hookups? That's great! Which ones...?


I think I heard of one in Alsaka, but that's a little out of my way.


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I know in MI that the Belleville store has rigs over night no hook ups and Houghton Lake has a small area across the street but it's always best to go in and talk to a manager before parking. The Grand Rapids store is in a dealership and very small.





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Rogers Minnesota - just north of Minneapolis on I 94 has spots in the back


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See if my site has any INFORMATION that will help u.


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rr2254545 wrote:

Rogers Minnesota - just north of Minneapolis on I 94 has spots in the back


Has 30 amp and a dump station. Can't remember if there is potable water. The electrical are back ins. It is just a parking lot in back of the store.

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