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Gypsy Journal RV: Camping with the elks

From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.

While campgrounds are great places to hang out when you want to spend time in an area, many RVers object to paying $25 or more for a place to park overnight when they are on the road from one place to another. That’s why a lot of experienced RV travelers spend frequent nights in Wal-Mart parking lots or Flying J truck stops to save money on the road.

A side benefit of membership in the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the USA (BPOE), a fraternal organization dedicated to community service, is the RV parking opportunities Elks lodges across the country extend to traveling members from other lodges.

Accommodations can range from lodge-owned full hookup RV parks to just a corner of a parking lot, with sometimes an electrical outlet to plug into and a water spigot on the side of the building to fill holding tanks.

To read the full story by Gypsy Journal RV, click here.

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