Originally Posted by RickCanada
Is there anyone who has actually stayed at a Walmart with a popup?
Rick, I believe Lorna has offered a good suggestion. I can't answer your question but perhaps a little more information would be a help. Do you plan doing the Wal Mart scene in Canada? If so I can't see why not, you go into the store and ask at the desk (you don't have to mention what type of RV it is) if it is OK to park overnight in their lot. You will be told to "Park Away From the store" just do it and I doubt anyone will bother you.
This past summer I observed the following at various Wal Marts.
In many parking lots from the Maritimes to Alberta
(1) People overnighting in cars,
I believe it was in Saskatchewan one enterprising lad even had an extension cord plugged into an available 120 volt receptacle for light and stereo.
(2) overnighting in Vans & mini vans som had curtains and some didn't
(3) In the Winnipeg WM one of those "A" frame folding type trailer, I guess they're sort of a popup, I'm positive there was no commode in it by the way they made a "B" line for the store when it opened in the morning. It was a rare thing if at midnight while walking the dog I could count more than a dozen RV's, most times it was six or less. Another consideration to think about what if it rains.
After what I saw on that trip, about the only thing that would surprise me would be to see someone overnighting stretched out on the seat of his motorcycle.
In the USA it might be a lot different, there are many more people, RV's, stores open 24 / 7 etc. I haven't done the Wally thing down there yet so someone else will have to do the commentary on that.
Keep in mind you have nothing to lose by checking out the WM closest to you