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Old 03-16-2016, 06:37 PM   #1
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I-64 Overnight spot between St Louis and Louisville

Any good recommendations for overnight with or without hookups between St Louis and Louisville on I-64 for next week? Hopefully going to NCAA Tournament.
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at I-64 and US 41 there are two truck stops that allow overnight stays. That is about half way. American RV (Evansville) is just south (2 or 3 miles) on US 41 from I-64. A quick call to them might allow overnight in their lot. They are a good dealer and may allow it.
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Not many full hookup opportunities between these cities. We have used Weather Rock Campground | Welcome near Evansville, and it is suitable. Also, one or more near Mt. Vernon, but these are never suitable to our travel schedule.

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Any good recommendations for overnight with or without hookups between St Louis and Louisville on I-64 for next week? Hopefully going to NCAA Tournament.
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If you will be eastbound on I-64 there are 4 highway rests between St Louis, MO and Louisville, KY...(2 in Illinois and 2 in Indiana),
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Lynnville city park. Full hookups for overnight it's ok. Closer to Louisville you have a campground on the Ohio river in Leavenworth Indiana Horseshoe Bend Campground. Great food at The Overlook Restaurant.
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Also Clayton Robertson Foundation Campgrounds. They are open May 1st thru Mid October. Electric on each site water available you'll need to have a hose. Free camping.
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