Great place to park and get some necessities from them, just skip the items made in ChinaHey, OP, go to allstays.com and click on the Walmart tab, that site will give you more detailed info on many WallyWorld locations, AYE??? And don't sweat the length of your rig, I've camped out in Walmart lots countless times in the big truck, draggin' a 53' wagon. Basic rules, park where ya won't interfere with four-wheel (customer) traffic, and don't act like a fool in the parking lot... remember, most of those Walmart lots have cameras mounted atop light poles, buildings, etc. Don't give the management or security guards a reason to dislike you. Buying some stuff in the store always helps, they'll be less inclined to kick out a customer, as opposed to some freeloading boondocker, lol. Cheers!!!
I always thought yellow lines marked employee parking--they can't park inside the yellow line. And my observations have supported this--I've noticed that in otherwise lightly occupied lots, there are cars bunched up just past the yellow line.Yellow is the "Outlot" for trucks, RV's, Busses and the like as well as cars when busy.
So just stop at a rest stop or truck stop for few hours. I abhor private campgrounds. Cost way too much and the owners are trying to squeeze the campers out of $50-$100 a night for a campsite.Generally yes.. The Campground Owner's assn convinced cities, counties, or in at least one case State legislature that overnighting of RVs is either unsanitary or unsafe or both... Of course what they mean is they want their 50 bucks a night. And they do not care if an overly tired RVer crashes and burns getting to their licensed campground.