Cracker Barrel | Informal Campsite

United States

Details

Verified:
4 months ago
Altitude:
4.7 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
Tucks' Truck

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
No
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

The usual Cracker Barrel deal, OK for a quick night stop. Peaceful night if you find a spot at the back away from the road. Long spaces available for big rigs. We had breakfast as a courtesy for the free night-stop, but it's not required.

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No overnight parking du.to city code. I asked inside and they told us that Cracker barrel allow to park for the night like all others Cracker but the city doesn t want. It is our risk. But in my case, i ve had no problem and we were 3 to sleep there. This Cracker is hided from the road by trees. So almost no chance à cop can see you unless hé enter the parking lot.

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We pulled in around 7:30ish pm. A few RV’s and vans already parked for the night and a few more came after us. Usual road noise. Dunkin & McDonalds in walking distance. Clean bathroom, nice people and good breakfast as always.

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I was greeted by signs saying no overnight parking by ordinance. It was late and I saw three other Class B's so decided to risk it. Was not bothered.

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Manager advised NO overnight parking allowed due to city ordinance.

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"No Overnight Parking Per Code" sign at the entrance. No RVs or vans here. went elsewhere.

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Parked for one night and weren’t bothered. Lots of other overnighters and very lit up parking lot. Bathrooms were clean and we cooked in the parking lot without any issues.

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Kind of a dead end type road so not too noisy and bright even if the 95 is nearby. Lots of other RVs, vans, and big rigs staying the night. Conveniently located by CB of course, and a McDonald’s and gas station. We stayed there on 2 different nights and would do so again.

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Great place for the night. Felt very safe with 6 or so other vans/mini vans and a couple rvs. It does get very busy at 7am on weekends so make sure to get moving early

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Very secluded Cracker Barrel, but still near 95, so there’s a little noise but not bad.

Not a lot of parking for big RVs but there is some.

If you park on the west side of the parking lot the sun will warm you quickly in the morning. Better to be on the north or south side, towards the back so you don’t impede spaces near the restaurant entrance. Overhanging trees block the morning sun on the north and south sides.

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Very noisy, with traffic but okay for one night

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Lots of road noise, but a pretty wooded lot. Friendly staff - tip them well! And leave before they get busy in the late morning.

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Friendly place for Rvs.
We stayed there one night and have no problems.
There were others RVs for overnight.

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Stayed one night in our truck camper. There were two vans as well. It was a bit noisy as expected. Courtesy breakfast encouraged.

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Quiet and lots of empty space to park. A few vans and cars parked already.

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Couple of cars and RVs quietly staying there. Some noise from the highway but other than that great for a night.

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The usual Cracker Barrel deal, OK for a quick night stop. Peaceful night if you find a spot at the back away from the road. Long spaces available for big rigs. We had breakfast as a courtesy for the free night-stop, but it's not required.

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