Originally Posted by winvest
I camped on the edge of the parking lot at the Walmart in Nelson, and they still ran us out in the morning.
Better than a ticket. In Highlands Ranch there is an ordinance that I ignored for two nights, and the third I spend somewhere else as I was moving around Denver shopping for a rental. I returned the next day to see some ticketed RVs right where I'd been staying.
Down in Castle Rock on the other hand there are what look like permanently parked trailers, sliders out and everything they appear to be permanent fixtures, and with the snow only one of the four has tire tracks as though someone is staying.
Generally if there is more than one other RV or truck I don't worry about staying at a Wal-mart. In smaller towns where it's the biggest thing going they're often used for cruising and burnouts all night on the weekends, but while annoying the RVs are just a backdrop that's ignored.
I'm very much a point A to point B guy, and camping along the way is usually a non-starter- I never know how far I'm going to get, and going hours off the Interstate is not productive. About less than 35 more years an I can retire and take my time getting places...