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Wal-Mart isn’t a campground, but you might think otherwise some evenings when the corner of a store’s parking is occupied by a few dozen RVers "camped" for the night. Most Wal-Mart stores permit a free overnight stay in a self-contained RV, and that’s where this great directory comes in handy. The 2011 Wal-Mart Atlas provides driving directions to more than 4,100 Wal-Mart stores, Supercenters and Sam's Club stores in the 49 states. Plus, all Wal-Marts with their own gas stations that sell diesel fuel (save money) are indicated, along with pharmacies, auto service centers and GPS coordinates. Most RVers stay at a Wal-Mart when they need a place to get a night’s rest and a campground isn’t handy. They don’t mind the price tag either: free. Others plan their travels to include an overnight stop at a Wal-Mart. Saving the $20 or $30 (or more!) they would pay at a campground can help offset high fuel prices. The Wal-Mart Atlas includes state maps showing store locations. From there, RVers can pinpont specific stores with information about which exit to take, and where to go after that. The directory also includes store Zip Codes for use in aiming TV satellite dishes. Second edition. Published, 2011. 264 pages.
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