Can you sleep at a Wyoming rest stop?
We’re taking a road trip across the country and just curious if anyone knows we’re allowed to nap at a rest stop or Walmart in case we get too tired as my friend can fall asleep at any given moment during anytime anywhere. I saw on WYdot you were allowed to but unsure how old it was maybe could’ve been recent but unsure.
- LynnmarieLv 75 months ago
I would assume so. .................
- D JLv 75 months ago
Most rest stop do not allow overnight camping, but you should not be hassled for a short nap, 10 to 15 minutes. You should also think about stopping for coffee.
- Karen LLv 75 months ago
Yes. That's why rest stops are there, so drivers can rest, and rest includes sleep. You're just not supposed to camp there, like stay overnight.
- W.T. DoorLv 75 months ago
Sleeping at rest areas
Camping is prohibited at rest areas, but drivers who
need rest to safely continue their travels can sleep in
their vehicles in the parking lots. The National Sleep
Foundation recommends a nap of 15-20 minutes to
improve alertness and driving skills.
If you need more than a nap, you can sleep in your
vehicle for a longer period, but don’t pitch a tent,
extend your RV’s slideouts or otherwise set up for an
Travelers who want to camp will find 175 public
campgrounds around the state.
More information about campgrounds and other
lodging options can be found in the Wyoming Vacation
Directory available online at www.wyomingtourism.org,
or by calling (800) 225-5996 or (307) 777-7777.
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- 5 months ago
I don’t know if you can
- Anonymous5 months ago
Yes, short naps would be allowed, but may not be a safe move. You would be better off getting a hotel room, for a proper rest.