Free Campgrounds And
Overnight Parking Places
As a service to our traveling readers, every issue we will list some of the many places where RVers can park overnight for free or almost free. These are not intended to be campgrounds where RVers will make extended stays, just safe places to pull off the highway and get some rest. The listings included here are from our Free Parking list, and come from our own traveling experiences, input from fellow RVers, and different RVing publications. The parking areas listed were accurate as of press time to the best of our knowledge, but the Gypsy Journal cannot guarantee an area might not have been closed down or parking prohibited since its inclusion in our list.
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Free RV parking area, 14 day limit at
City park has free RV sites with water & electric. 3 day limit.
areas: Overnight RV parking is
Fort: Restored Mormon fortress allows
RVers to park overnight for free.
Level dirt parking area at northwest side of Interstate 79 Exit 9. GPS N38°
27.437" W081° 29.769"
Cabela’s Outfitters at Interstate 70 Exit 10 has RV parking area GPS N40°
03.978" W080° 35.774"
Sulphur Springs: Large level parking
area to dry camp on southwest corner of Exit 175 off Interstate 64.
Creek: Rest area 5 miles west of town on US Hwy. 8 has room for several RVs.
Paved, picnic tables, grills.
City park has RV sites with electric, picnic tables, barbecue grills, and dump