Originally Posted by airforceret
The key is to not appear to be camping and if you by chance do talk to an attendant you're only there to catch some needed rest before you get back on the road. We've only been asked to move along twice in the past 30 or 40 years. One was a weather evacuation and the other actually closed between the hours of 2 and 6 am (to keep out overnighters).
All in all they aren't bad but can be noisy at times depending on who pulls in near you. Cattle trailers are the worst! Stomping and mooing all night long!
Good advice, thanks. I'm going to look for that info (overnight allowed or not) for the rest areas I'm looking at.
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