This Walmart lot looked like an RV park

That's our Four Winds on the right.

That’s our Four Winds on the right.

Ever pull into a Walmart parking lot for an overnight stay and it looks like a paved RV park? This happened to Sher and I tonight when we pulled into the Walmart at Chiefland, Florida. We had just been through the Chiefland Flea Market grounds and did not see a good place to park for the night. (We are either going to set up tomorrow for the weekend or just shop the market and maybe set up Saturday and Sunday.) So off to the Walmart we went.

There is also a nice diesel pusher behind the other coaches

There is also a nice diesel pusher behind the other coaches

We spotted the Walmart on Highway 19, aka North Young Blvd. and saw several RV’s already in the far side of the lot. I backed in a few spots away from a nice Itasca coach. As soon as we parked a sweet diesl pusher came in, followed by another nice C.

This rig is a monster from Ontario. Never seen anything like this before

This rig is a monster from Ontario. Never seen anything like this before

There was also a high riding rig of some type with a pair of spare tires mounted on the front. It looked like some kind of military comand vehicle. I had to walk around it and noticed Ontario plates. What a rig! Maybe I’ll get a chance to talk to those folks in the morning.

All RVers should thank the Walmart managers who allow overnight parking in their lots. And remember, it is a simple overnight stop, not a camping spot. Don’t set out the chairs, run out the awning and fire up the grill. Don’t ruin it for others!

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2 thoughts on “This Walmart lot looked like an RV park

    • Mike, as luck would have it the “Monster” left the Wally world lot this morning before I was up and at it. As soon as I woke up I looked out and saw it was still there, but darnit within a very few minutes it was gone. There were even more rigs in the lot this morning, too.

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