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Looking for snowbird overnights


Leaving Michigan in February heading to Florida panhandle (Destin.) Any reccomendations for easy and open in the winter overnights on the way? We only travel about 250 miles per day.

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I would suggest AllStays.com, they have many options including RV Parks, Federal and State as well as box stores and Truck stops!

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My Wife and I are full-timers and we have a blog ajhomeontheroam.com I have a tab called "Camp Sights" where I have reviewed a number of camping opportunities along your route. Check it out, you might enjoy the Texas Tea RV Park if you are travelling down Interstate 65. Good luck and enjoy the warm weather in FL. Jimmy

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rvparkreviews.com is always a good source. Many places won't be open this time of year until you get a little farther south…but I would think there will always be some open in the freeways. There's always Wallyworld as well…not to mention Cracker Barrel and the myriad of other places that will let you park if you like…

Some truck stops allow overnight parking back in the rear of the lot…but I don't know how to figure out which ones do and which ones don't. Me personally…I would guess that if you didn't put any slides out and just hopped in and kept the shades down and the lights mostly they would never know…I would park near but not necessarily right next to other trucks so as not to stand out. Wouldn't do it unless it was a pinch without checking though. Some interstate rest stops allow overnight as well…again no idea how to figure out which ones unless some of the boondocking web sites list them.



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