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Old 01-04-2019, 07:53 PM   #15
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no matter where you plan to go there is a website that has a listing of a LOT of free campsites. Go there and type in the search for the closest town, it helps if you know the zip code, that makes for a fast search.


Bookmark this one, https://freecampsites.net/ it will save you a ton of money. Also leave feedback regarding any site you might visit so the next person looking in that area has up to date information about it such as has a Walmart changed its policy and is not longer allowing overnight RV stays. Everything on this site is contributed by the users so keeping it current is all about you and the other people who use it.

Once you get into some of the larger towns it can be very difficult to find boondocking due to city regulations. The Indian owned casinos are typically on their own reservation land so even if close to a town they are not regulated by the city ordinances which is why many of them have free or low cost RV camping where the closest Walmart or Cabelas might not be able to offer it.

https://freecampsites.net/
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Before our last Arizona trip, I did some research on visiting Pima. I found that you need to register ahead of time to get to the "bone yard", and show up on a specific date. Since we always travel "by the seat of our pants" and did not want to be constrained, I gave up on it, but I still want to see it some day. Do they still make it so complicated or can you simply show up?

The place that also restricts access, but the dates are known in advance, is the Trinity Site, NM. It is open two days every year. Just being there after reading about its historical significance was quite an experience.
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Old 01-09-2019, 12:39 PM   #17
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There is a third edition of the "WALMART LOCATOR " which list the directory of stores in the United States. Each state is listed and each location indicates the availability of over-night parking at that particular store.
This can be ordered through Amazon.com
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