MODERATOR NOTE: Place removed because camping is illegal here. Signs posted and enforced
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Moderator note clearly says it is closed and removed, but it is still listed in green on the map. Observe this on many iOverlander listings, they show on map but when you click on them, they say they’re closed or it’s in definite. Very frustrating.Report Check-In
We were desperate for a spot and pulled into here. There is signs up still but we could clearly see other overnighters. No one bothered us the whole night. **We also were encouraged to park here by the Cabelas/Cracker Barrel security team.
Park at your own discretion.
LOTS OF NEW NO OVERNIGHT PARKING SIGNS. Sorry, this spot is closed!Report Check-In
stayed from about 8pm until noon the next day in November. no issues.
(fred Meyer requires an annual membership to shop)Report Check-In
Stayed two nights here. For some reason Verizon service is really spotty in this area and couldn’t use our hotspots for our computers. Had no issues staying over night thoughReport Check-In
Great place to stay, busy parking lot but no one bothered us. We got in about 8pm and left at 8am the next morning, there’s “no camping/overnight parking” signs posted but it’s not enforced. Just make sure to keep the area clean! Fred Meyer is open 6am-11pm if you need to use the restroom or get anything you need.Report Check-In
Nice lot! Next to a freeway but it’s fairly quiet considering. Working in the area locally and have stayed in this lot more than two nights in a row, but have left during the day.
Thought I was woken up one night by a knock, but didn’t hear anything afterwards. There are a decent amount of over nighters here.
Parking lot behind the Fred Meyers. Big open lot. Flat spaces. Stayed one night and through the next morning without issue. A few RVs and Vans parked near the grass/woods on the backside of the lot.
Was referred to this lot by the security guard from the Cracker Barrel across the street from here. Guess he does it a lot, he was very friendly. The Cracker Barrel is on a private lot so no rv/overnight spots like most have.Report Check-In