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outdoordb

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Posted: 01/09/18 03:51pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Has anyone used the free camping at the Connecticut welcome center Exit 2 off 84E

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Check out this website for free camping info. It's pretty good.
https://freecampsites.net/#!Connecticut&query=region


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No reviews
http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions/connecticut/danbury/connecticut-welcome-center-danbury-249674


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Never heard of it being open for camping or overnighting, but then it's close to home so I wouldn't need it for such anyway. They did/do have a dump station. The last time I stopped there the parking area was under construction of some sort. There is a truck/RV parking area just past the restroom building.


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Yes. Excellent overnight parking. Water, dump and satellite friendly. Overnight security and separate RV as well as separate truck parking.


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Thanks w4phj, that's just what I was looking for. A safe overnight stop to split up our trip.

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According to Free Campsites, there is also a park & ride lot a couple of exits away (probably 8 or 9) that also allows overnights and has no trucks.


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Yes I saw that one also. But they want you out at dawn for the commuters. We will only have about 200 miles left on our trip so I don't want to have to get up that early and then not be able to check in.

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Ummm, like I said yesterday afternoon?

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MDKMDK wrote:

Ummm, like I said yesterday afternoon?

No respect, I tell 'ya, I get no respect........[emoticon]


Try a "clicky". It will help you get the respect you deserve[emoticon]

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