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Old 03-04-2019, 10:19 AM   #1
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We are looking to make a 10-12 hour trip this Spring, but would prefer to break up the driving a bit. Does anyone know if Buc-ee's allow RV's to stop on their property? We're looking at a 4 to 6 hour break to eat and rest before finishing the trip. Thanks for any info.
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No one is going to care about you staying 4-6 hours as long as you are out of the way and it isn't the middle of the night. The only exception would be if there is a sign that specifically prohibits RV Parking which would be highly unlikely at a fuel stop.
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Yes. RV’s park at Buc-ees all the time. I usually park in the back parking areas. Less crowded.
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I have stopped for food, stretch and rest at multiple Buc-ee's locations with no issues in my coach, as long as you are not spending the night it should not be an issue.
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