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Old 05-15-2013, 06:04 AM   #1
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Boondocking in Orlando area

We're at Disney right now (Fort Wilderness) and will be leaving for St Agustine Friday nite. We need a place to overnite until our parking space is available Saturday.

I've checked the all-stays app and there aren't many walmarts that allow overnite parking. And there are no reviews on all-stays on the ones that do.

Anybody had any luck boondocking in the Disney area?


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Old 05-15-2013, 06:44 AM   #2
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Florida is not very Boondocking friendly because so many thousands of people have done it in the past. Read some of the threads about the Snowbirds flocking into Flying J at night. The Wally worlds east of Orlando generally have No Overnighting signs. Try some of the campgrounds east of Orlando. There is one at about exit 200 of I95 in Cocoa (Fiske blvd) that is nice ...don't remember name...About 1 hr from Fort Wilderness.There are several campgrounds near St Augustine which is about 3 hrs from Fort Wildernesss. Try Stagecoach CG off I95 at the St Augustine outlet mall exit. I just stayed there, it's nice and quiet.

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Florida is not friendly to anyone
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Old 05-16-2013, 05:45 AM   #4
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Boondocking, no, but there's 3 parks, 2 County, 1 State, that are grouped together about halfway between Flagler Beach and St. Augustine just off A1A.
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I have stayed overnite in an interstate rest area in FL without being chased away. There were no signs stating I couldn't and there were no trucks there. Church parking lots are often ok, except on Satuday night unless you are up and gone early or can find someone around to get permission. I often search Google maps satellite view for some place that looks like no one will notice us.

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Old 05-16-2013, 07:02 AM   #6
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Thanks for the replies.

Probably just gonna go to a nearby RV park. Seems like a waste though just for a few hours sleep.

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