*Clearly posted "No Overnight Parking" for RVs at Cabela's.
Beautifully landscaped with a special place reserved for RV's. No hookups or trash disposal. Quiet, clean (finally don't have to pick up my site's previous tenant trash) and the staff are outstanding. Note: Walmart, next door, has postings everywhere NoOvernightParking. Altho, Home Depot next to walmart isn't posted. Easy on/off hwy.
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i asked inside and they told me that the store doesn't have a policy that you can't sleep overnight, but since it's on tribal land it's not up to them to decide. Tulalip can technically still remove you from the property. The person inside told me it should be fine if we don't disturb. They also told me most people sleep on the side of the building. We spent the night and it was fine, no one woke us up and there was another camper near us. noisy from I-5 nearby.Report Check-In
NOW CLOSED. Unfortunately the previous poster is correct — after staying at this spot off and on for two years, the Tulalip tribe HAS passed a 'no camping' ordinance. Woke up at 6:30am to two polite officers who let me know about it, I told them that I use the spot regularly and was surprised to see them, they said that they were short staffed but now have enough manpower to enforce it. Very much a bummer as Cabela’s has always been kind enough to open their lot to van dwellers.Report Check-In
NO OVERNIGHT ALLOWED Tulalip police knocked this morning and informed me there is no overnight parking in the entire county including Cabela's. he did mention that the casino has designated RV camping allowed. there were also a few big trucks with their engines running all night.Report Check-In
There is a small space reserved for trucks and rv's, however it was full of truckers and I didn't want to take up a space if there was one. Truckers need them. I asked permission to stay in the lot right next to it and was told that Cabela will allow it. But it is on tribal land and the tribal police may ask you to move on. I called the Tulalip casino next door and they do allow it. You just need to register. I will review the casino when I stay there.Report Check-In
Good safe location. Only thing is the insane amount of fireworks going off, starting hours before sunset and well after sunset. I would t stay here if i had a pet or sensory issues. There isn’t much else in the seattle are though so probably the best option regardlessReport Check-In
Like the other descriptions except massive amounts of fireworks blowing off all night. Our little dog was terrified.Report Check-In
Felt safe between the semis. One semi had its engine running all night (probably for cooling the trailer) so rather noisy. I saw in the morning that other vans were parked some 100 feet further on a non-semi parking lot. Worth checking that out. Noise from the highway is very low. Would come here again.Report Check-In
Great spot. Couple other vans here and a few semi’s. No issues and a nice little area.Report Check-In
Quiet for being so close to the highway. Felt safe and was undisturbed after I put on my window covers, but beforehand while I was eating dinner a homeless lady saw me and knocked on my window asking if I had a pipe to smoke out of. After I acted confused she didn't bother me again. I'd only stay there again one night as a last resort.Report Check-In
Stayed two nights in this parking lot. Would 100% stay again, love that they have an area specifically for vans/RVs!Report Check-In
RV parking was pretty full when we got here last night around 6:30pm. Several RVs using loud generators. We parked in the lot between the RV parking area and the store. No issues.Report Check-In
Honestly one of the best spots I've stayed at. RVs, SUVs, Semis, trucks, even some Toyota Prius and Honda civics sleeping for the night. Everyone together in sweet harmony.
Please keep it that way!! Be discreet and don't make a mess!
Great spot to spend the night. There's road noise, but that's to be expected. I also saw several RVs parked at the adjacent Walmart and Home Depot. Walmart lot has no overnight parking signs, but stays open late if you have to use the bathroom.Report Check-In
Sheriff drove through right as I was parking so no issues and some extra security. I was in a SUV so parked in the first row nearest the designated truck/rv parkingReport Check-In
Been staying here on and off at the Cabelos throughout the week as I visit Seattle and the surrounding areas. Never had any trouble. Train makes noise sometimes and right off the freeway but not too loud. Keep it clean and respectableReport Check-In
Arrived 1 am on Friday morning. Clear signs for truck and RV parking. Several big rigs, campers, and cars here. We parked, put up our pop top, and went to sleep. Next to highway so road noise but otherwise a quiet night. We felt safe.Report Check-In
There seemed to be a sign saying no overnight parking, but there were tons of people and no one seemed bothered. All the RV/truck spots were full and there were several more rigs parked in the side parking lot. Quiet and peaceful night.Report Check-In
We'll see how long Cabella's let's us stay here... Woke up to loud arguing from a rundown rv. Watched someone else let their dog poop in the well-kept Cabella's landscaping, then walk away without picking it up. Asked him if he needed a bad, said he had one in his car and he eventually went back to pick up after his pup. Then he left the bag of poop on the curb. Seriously?
I've stayed here multiple times over the last year or so, it's gotten more and more utilized, which is great, it's safe, right off interstate, and plenty of room. But if people aren't respectful of the privilege, they'll wreck it for everyone. Most people are good people. Let's take care of one another AND the businesses and places that make our lives on the road just a little bit easier. Also a thought: truckers need the long truck slots, I use the regular lot to help them out, they've got a job they're trying to do.Report Check-In
Average parking lot on the side of the Cabelas building. Quiet other than a little idling noise from big rigs in the lot behind us. A dozen-ish other folks also parked there; one shuttle bus style skoolie, a few passenger vehicle sleepers, a few sprinters, motorhomes and a travel trailer/truck combo. Cops rolled through several times during the evening to check on things (assuming they know camping is allowed there and are just making sure there aren't issues) but they didn't give us a second look, even with our van slider door open while we ate dinner. Overall a decent, fairly quiet, safe feeling spot to catch some sleep while on the road.Report Check-In
Stayed one night in the parking lot next to the RV/semi spaces since they were all taken. Had no issues and slept great! Other overnighters in the parking lot as wellReport Check-In
Quiet, had a fan going to drown out truck noise .felt safe nice and flatReport Check-In
Stayed one night with my van camper, parked on the other side of the median like the previous minivan poster did. No problems, just humming from the semis in the (full) RV parking. After a while it became white noise. There was a guy behind me parked making a ton of noise with his truck that was packed with wood logs. He wasn’t stay the night, just a customer at cabelas I’m assuming. He finally left about 9:30, which was nice because it sounded like he was literally chainsawing wood for a couple hours.Report Check-In
we are in a minivan so we parked on the north side of this area, on the other side of the grass median. there are only 8 truck/RV spots. we weren't bothered by anyone. heard a train and heard some highway noise but otherwise it was a pleasant one night stay. the landscaping and trees bordering the parking lot were a bonusReport Check-In
Indeed, organized with spaces for RV and trucks! All occupied tonight as of 6pm.Report Check-In
arrived after close, and left before open! lots of semis spend the night here. no hassles.Report Check-In
Parking lot on the south side of Cabela’s. There is a semi truck rest area immediately to the south of the Cabela’s lot as well. Depending on the semi’s at the rest stop there may be noise from engines running through the night. No problems staying overnight. There were a few other vans overnighting there too.Report Check-In
Great place to stay, stayed two nights. Then went on to do the cascade loop.Report Check-In
Spent a decent night in the parking lot, though the train woke me up a couple of times.Report Check-In
large level lot. keep basements locked, people popping out of woods at dusk. no overnight parking sign posted- just check in at service desk if arriving during open hours. mgr said its no worries.Report Check-In
Beautifully landscaped with a special place reserved for RV's. No hookups or trash disposal. Quiet, clean (finally don't have to pick up my site's previous tenant trash) and the staff are outstanding. Note: Walmart, next door, has postings everywhere NoOvernightParking. Altho, Home Depot next to walmart isn't posted. Easy on/off hwy.Report Check-In