Can You Sleep Overnight at Camping World?
Back in the days when Camping World was more of a RV parts supply store and repair shop, it would routinely allow RVers to park their rigs at their parking lot for overnight stays. But now that Camping World has shifted focus to an RV dealership, they’ve moved away from this policy.
There are still some Camping World locations that allow overnight parking. Usually, the ones with no fence and gate surrounding their property still allow it. Most others, however, have put up fence and gate to prevent overnight parking. There are also a few Camping World locations that put up pedestal and water faucet to hook up to.
There’s no directory of Camping World locations that accurately tell you which locations are still open for overnight parking. You just have to call the store ahead of time and find out.
Sleeping Overnight Along the Street at Camping World
Interestingly, when someone brings their RV into Camping World for repairs, they often arrive very early, and will park their RV along the side of the street waiting for the shop open. Many RVers will pretend to be in the same situation, but arrive in the evening, after Camping World has closed up for the day.
Parking enforcement, and even security, don’t often ticket these people, believing that they’re Camping World customers waiting to bring their RVs in for repair. We don’t advise staying parked along the street too long after the morning.