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Old 12-06-2012, 06:22 PM   #1
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Hi all. I'm traveling on I-10 East from Phoenix to San Antonio. Not much on the map to stop overnight to dry camp at a Walmart once you get past Las Cruces. Should I stop there for the night? It would be around midnight when I got there. Never been on this stretch before.

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Old 12-06-2012, 07:34 PM   #2
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There is a Pilot at Lordsburg and a Walmart at Deming. Would get you off the road a little earlier.

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We drove that route earlier this year and stopped at Cracker Barrel in Las Cruces for the night, it's right behind a hotel and their parking lot was empty. Got up next morning and drove to and spent the night in a park in Carlsbad as we wanted to see the Caverns, they are awesome !
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Thanks, I ended up at Walmart on the west side of Las Cruces. Nice, well lit and several other RV'rs. Didn't get to see the caverns as I wanted to spend Friday night in Austin and check out the music scene. Maybe next time!
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