Overnight Parking Rules

Alabama

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Arizona

  • Overnight parking permitted; no camping.

Arkansas

  • Overnight parking for safety reasons only; no camping

California

  • There is an 8-hour stay limit. No overnight parking or camping.

Colorado

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Connecticut

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Delaware

  • There is a 4-hour stay limit. No overnight parking or camping.

Florida

  • There is a 3-hour stay limit. No overnight parking or camping.

Georgia

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Idaho

  • There is an 8-hour stay limit. Overnight parking permitted. No camping or sleeping outside of vehicle.

Illinois

  • There is a 3-hour stay limit. No overnight parking or camping.

Indiana

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Iowa

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Kansas

  • Overnight parking is limited to one night; no camping.

Kentucky

  • There is a 4-hour stay limit. No overnight parking or camping.

Louisiana

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Maine

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Maryland

  • There is a 3-hour stay limit. No overnight parking or camping.

Massachusetts

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Michigan

  • There is a 4-hour stay limit. No overnight parking or camping.

Minnesota

  • There is a 6-hour stay limit. No overnight parking or camping.

Mississippi

  • Overnight parking permitted; no camping.

Missouri

  • Overnight parking permitted. No camping or sleeping outside of vehicle.

Montana

  • Overnight parking permitted. No camping or sleeping outside of vehicle.

Nebraska

  • There is an 8-hour stay limit. No overnight parking or camping.

Nevada

  • There is a 24-hour stay limit. Overnight parking or camping permitted.

New Hampshire

  • There is a 4-hour stay limit unless emergency conditions exist. No overnight parking or camping.

New Jersey

  • Limited overnight parking; no camping.

New Mexico

  • There is a 24-hour stay limit. Overnight parking permitted. No camping or sleeping outside of vehicle.

New York

  • No overnight parking or camping.

North Carolina

  • There is a 4-hour stay limit. No overnight parking or camping.

North Dakota

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Ohio

  • There is a 3-hour stay limit. No overnight parking or camping. Overnight RV parking permitted in some areas on toll highway.

Oklahoma

  • Overnight parking permitted; no camping.

Oregon

  • There is a 12-hour stay limit. Overnight parking permitted; no camping.

Pennsylvania

  • There is a 2-hour stay limit unless otherwise posted. No overnight parking or camping.

Rhode Island

  • Overnight parking permitted; no camping.

South Carolina

  • No overnight parking or camping.

South Dakota

  • There is a 4-hour stay limit. No overnight parking or camping.

Tennessee

  • There is a 2-hour stay limit. No overnight parking or camping.

Texas

  • There is a 24-hour stay limit. Overnight parking permitted; no camping.

Utah

  • Overnight parking permitted; no camping.

Vermont

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Virginia

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Washington

  • There is an 8-hour stay limit. Overnight parking permitted. No camping or sleeping outside of vehicle.

West Virginia

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Wisconsin

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Wyoming

  • No overnight parking or camping.

Find out what services are available at each exit with the Next EXIT guide.

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