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Old 04-06-2012, 08:50 PM   #1
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Travel MA to Oklahoma City

Making the 1800 mile trek. Any suggestions for the two nights along the way?
Have a 2011 Class A Itasca Sunova 33C.
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There is always Walmart! It sounds like a long drive for two days; be safe and keep us posted.
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Making the 1800 mile trek. Any suggestions for the two nights along the way?
Have a 2011 Class A Itasca Sunova 33C.
Thanks!
this allstays site is free to use and is kept up to date by users. this site is used mostly for walmart parking but lists other parking and camping options too.

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Making the 1800 mile trek. Any suggestions for the two nights along the way?
Have a 2011 Class A Itasca Sunova 33C.
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Which highways are you planning to travel?
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Old 04-09-2012, 08:01 PM   #5
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Thanks for the responses so far. Not to much in favor of staying at Walmart parking lots.
Maybe take the following routes;
90W to 271S to 71S to 270W to 70W to 55S to 44W to 77S.
Approx. 1600Mi.

Any suggested overnighters?
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I generally set the cruise control between 62 to 65 mph ... we average 50 mph (allowing for refueling, eating lunch, potty stop for driver, exchanging drivers, etc) for the day.

So travelling at our pace that would require you to be on the road for 12 hours per day ... for 3 full days to go 1800 miles.

There are lots of sights to see between MA and OKC .... for instance ... Lincoln history stuff in Springfield, IL ... the arch and the museum of western expansion in St. Louis ... the Indy 500 race track ...
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