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.
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