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Old 04-06-2017, 09:15 AM   #29
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I just wanted to let everyone know that I just found out that it's not wise to stay at the Cabelas in Buda Texas. In fact I will not shop or visit Buda at all. I called Cabelas there and they were very polite and gracious on the phone. They said it was ok with them but that I would have to get permission from the city of Buda. I was given a phone number to call. After several transfers I was connected to their police department. Buda has a money making scheme where if you park more than 3 hours they will ticket you. No permission can be given.
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Crest view RV dealer and campground next to Cabelas in Buda Tx. Probably have police to tell you no overnight. Do not think they could ticket you on private property, maybe so.
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I've overnighted at Cabela's in Wheeling WV many times.

The parking area is vast and shared with trucks.

The Cabela's here in Delaware has about 7 spaces in the rear, but they are usually taken by shipping containers.
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Crest view RV dealer and campground next to Cabelas in Buda Tx. Probably have police to tell you no overnight. Do not think they could ticket you on private property, maybe so.
I can tell you that just getting into that area can be an adventure. With all of the Crestview and Cabela's traffic all trying to get through the same narrow access to I-35.
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