Cracker Barrel | Informal Campsite

United States

WARNING: THIS PLACE IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED!

Details

Verified:
over 1 year ago
Altitude:
1042.0 masl
Website:
None

Amenities

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

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Parking lot, or street behind Cracker Barrel. I stopped here for a night in my pop up truck camper, left the top down.

It was quiet, no one bothered me.

The staff was friendly, the food good and budget-friendly. 3 biscuits and gravy w/ hashbrowns and more gravy, and 2 sausage Patty's ( Because, Gravy, America, also it was cold out). Under 10$

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Regrettably this Cracker Barrel has closed permanently as of today. Not enough business to keep it open.

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Easy and normal cracker barrel night. no issues. I left very safe and many other overlanders stayed. it's in a Plaza with a bunch of other stores, very well lit. no designated RV spots, but a few parked on the street behind cracker barrel. no strange activity. train around 930p and some construction this morning. nothing to loud.

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Didnt love it. I might have parked in a bad spot but I felt unsafe and it was noisy. I parked in the actual parking lot, a bit away from everyone else so I was closer to the highway. There was a train around 9:30 pm, then for a few hours I was awake because it sounded like someone was leaf blowing near by. Honestly not entirely sure what it was, but it was annoying.

Around midnight someone was walking around my car. They then walked back to their silver SUV as if they were trying to look inconspicuous. They drove off. About 30 mins later a coupe pulled up right next to me as a blue SUV pulled up next to them and the driver of the coupe got in with them. They drove around the parking lot until they were of the other side of me, switched drivers then parked toward the end of the parking lot. It was odd because the parking lot was empty and they picked to do this right next to me.

I left, checked my car for anything suspicious then moved somewhere else. Maybe if I parked closer to other overlanders I would have had a different night. But I didn’t feel safe at all.

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Works well for a quick overnight, road noise is fairly loud. I parked on street behind Cracker Barrel, their actual lot is pretty small.

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Stayed 2 separate nights on the side street behind the Cracker Barrel parking lot. Had no issues and noise was pretty low.

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Nice quiet spot, level, not great for larger rigs but vans works great. There were about 8 vehicles overnight during my stay. I did grab dinner to "pay" for my spot.

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All the spots are pretty level, but it’s a very small lot. Not good for big rigs, although there were two giant RVs here taking up half of the parking spaces on this night, so it’s manageable. There is street parking behind the lot that might also work. Busy shopping center with lots of food nearby.

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Closes at 7pm nightly due to staffing shortage. As someone stated prior, lot is smaller and only for campers/vans; however, there is street parking for bigger rigs along the RV sales center lot.
Near the highway but the noise wasn’t bad at all.

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Great spot. A few other vans parked overnight. No one bothered us, had a peaceful night

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Great, quiet spot for the night. Parking lot is small so not suitable for big rigs, however overnight parking is allowed on Nels Anderson rd (right behind Cracker Barrel) which is where I saw the bigger rigs set up for the night.

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Nice spot. Bunch of other vans on street as well.

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parking lot, or street behind Cracker Barrel. I stopped here for a night in my pop up truck camper, left the top down.

It was quiet, no one bothered me.

The staff was friendly, the food good and budget friendly. 3 biscuits and gravy w/ hashbrowns and more gravy, and 2 sausage Patty's ( Because, Gravy, America, also it was cold out) was under 10$

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