6 Rules You Must Follow For Boondocking at Walmart

As a full-time RVer (or just someone planning a long cross-country RV trip) you may have considered staying overnight in a Walmart parking lot. 

While this is a convenient option for an overnight stop, there are some important Walmart boondocking rules to follow. 

It’s imperative these aren’t abused, so Walmart continues to allow RV travelers to boondock in their parking lots for years to come.

True, Walmart parking appears on many RVing apps, but it is best to call to discuss your stop with a store employee.

Call and Ask For Permission


Taking more space than necessary or blocking space for other RVers and truckers is, simply put, very rude.

Don’t Get Comfortable


Try to arrive late in the day, after the Walmart rush. After you arrive on-site, again talk to the store manager.

Arrive in the Evening


Over the past years, several county or city ordinances have been enacted to disallow overnight RV parking in Walmart lots. 

Respect City Ordinances


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