During our tiny house travels, we’ve parked in a wide variety of locales, from RV parks, boondocking campsites, backyards to rest areas. When in transit from point A to point B, especially during long trips, it is essential to know where you can pull over when the need arises.
With a big tow vehicle and tiny house on wheels, this is not always easy. Research your planned route before each leg of your trip to look for opportunities to fuel up or stop for rest. For instance, RV-friendly businesses can be convenient for an overnight stay. Options include:
- Cracker Barrel
- Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s
Also, there are many helpful camping sites with extensive listings, free or fee-based. One of our favorites is Campendium.