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Flagstaff is extremely unfriendly to RVs and travelers. I managed to stay here for awhile last summer. If you park across the street from the Cracker Barrel and Super 8 Motel, you can get free wifi from the motel. This is street parking along a fence with the 40 Westbound Freeway about 15 feet away. A lot of people park here. Potable water: there is a small spigot near the trash area behind Cracker Barrel. The water is delicious! Up the street at the Conoco station is a dump station.
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Camping prohibited sign is posted. Didn’t stay for the night. But there’re still a lot of trucks and RVs parked there.Report Check-In
Stayed 2 nts across the Súper 8 Motel. There is a frequented road , a dirt gravel strip to pull off, a fence, some land before the highway. Some noise from the highway nearby, but you get used to it. Many types of vehicles pull off here. Just find a spot along the fence. Walmart down the street but don’t stay there, patrol told us to leave. Lot itself is not owned by Walmart.Report Check-In