Originally Posted by Flyrotor
Not sure what you mean it is not recommended, Walmart welcomes it where city code allows it, it's good for business as they expect you'll buy groceries before you depart.
There is actually a list out there called No Park Walmarts, you can google it and it lists the cities/stores where it is not allowed.
Personally I don't think it would be much fun, but for a night time holdover, it could come in handy if located in a safe city.
I believe the thinking is that when you "park" at a Walmart its supposed to be just a stopover. Like arrive in the evening and gone by daylight, or shortly thereafter. If the slides are extended then what comes next?
Lawn chairs and outdoor carpet out?
Have some friends over?
Why not stay a couple nights?
I think you can see the problem. People will be people and start to take advantage of a good thing then, the next thing you know, Walmart says, "no more camping (or parking) overnight".