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Old 03-09-2014, 08:05 AM   #15
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CW at Robertsdale,Al has free overnight parking. Stay there.

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Old 03-09-2014, 01:54 PM   #16
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I leave mine in the Wal Mart by my home all the time overnight, I think Camping World would make sense, but to me it depends on how familiar you are with the neighborhood. I have stayed in my unit in Wal Marts in other cities and wouldn't stay in some ever again for some of the same issues mentioned previously in this thread.

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Thanks for your advice. We had planned on camping in Gulf Shores after they are finished to undo our winterization. Guess we'll just go over Monday night and stay in it at CW. Thanks for your advice
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CW in Robertsdale , AL has free electrical
and water hookups...I stay there every time I go for service...

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Old 03-10-2014, 06:40 PM   #19
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Would not have any thing done at campingworld
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Old 03-10-2014, 07:59 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by ixtapamayor View Post
Would not have any thing done at campingworld
After reading numerous threads in here about their horrible service and my own personal experiences, I have to agree... But then that was not what the OP asked us about...
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Originally Posted by ixtapamayor View Post
Would not have any thing done at campingworld
After reading the positive posts about Camping World and from my own good experience with them (at more than one location), I will certainly continue as a CW customer.

I also acknowledge the OP wasn't asking about using Camping World . . .
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Let's get back on topic here. Thanks

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Using Walmart to "store" your RV is a bad (and rude) idea. Don't do it for the sake of all of us who enjoy the "privilege" of overnighting there while traveling! It is actions like this that may someday convince the Walmart execs to "just say no" to overnighters. Store it at CW!!

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I wouldn't call it Rude if he talk's with management and I doubt us who like to use WM when neccessary need to worry about his business,but I wouldn't leave MH alone in Wal Mart.
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We camped overnight at Camping World. You can mark this closed if there is a way to do so. Thanks.

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