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    Texas is one of the few states that allow RV's to stay in rest area's overnight. We have done this a few times when all the RV parks are full.

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    That's good information, thanks for sharing. So many states prohibit stays over a certain amount of hours. Some states provide security at rest areas, though most states do not, due to the cost. I'd rather spend the money to go to a motel, campground or RV park for the night, because of the safety in numbers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange RV Tours View Post
    Texas is one of the few states that allow RV's to stay in rest area's overnight. We have done this a few times when all the RV parks are full.
    Thanks for the tip. At least once we reach TX we will just be chill

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