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Hello All,
I will be travelling from NJ to Streetsboro,OH in August and do not want to drive straight through. I am looking for a place to stay midpoint, around Exit 161 on I-80, either at a campground, or drycamp at a Walmart, Cracker Barrel or similar for one night. Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.


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Shopping malls( dinosaurs ) and outlet stores have big empty lots and welcome signs. We are fans of midwest small town off season sportsfields. Traveling on weekends, find a faith of your choice lot, spend the night and share in faith services.

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There's a rest area 177 miles from Pequannock County on I-80 in Loganton, PA 17747. From what I see PA allows overnight parking in their rest stops.


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You can search here:

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There's a Flying J at exit 173 that has RV parking. Plus, you have a Denny's for breakfast.


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rt44 and rt 76 cracker barrel not far from streetsboro , about 40miles.

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SDcampowneroperator wrote:

Shopping malls( dinosaurs ) and outlet stores have big empty lots and welcome signs. We are fans of midwest small town off season sportsfields. Traveling on weekends, find a faith of your choice lot, spend the night and share in faith services.
Many churches, especially in smaller communities are in residential areas. You may very well get a midnight visit from local law enforcement when the neighbors call about a suspicious vehicle parked in their neighborhood. To many a lone RV in a deserted parking lot is not a friendly traveler but instead is Buffalo Bob looking for the next tenant for his basement well.

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wapiticountry wrote:

SDcampowneroperator wrote:

Shopping malls( dinosaurs ) and outlet stores have big empty lots and welcome signs. We are fans of midwest small town off season sportsfields. Traveling on weekends, find a faith of your choice lot, spend the night and share in faith services.
Many churches, especially in smaller communities are in residential areas. You may very well get a midnight visit from local law enforcement when the neighbors call about a suspicious vehicle parked in their neighborhood. To many a lone RV in a deserted parking lot is not a friendly traveler but instead is Buffalo Bob looking for the next tenant for his basement well.


We've also seen a number of instances where churches are putting chains across the entrances to their parking lots except on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings - especially in the smaller communities and along US highways.

Rob

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