No-Park Walmarts in Oregon

Below is a list of Walmart stores in Oregon where overnight RV parking is not allowed.

Albany

  • Walmart Supercenter, 1330 Goldfish Farm Rd SE, Albany OR 97322 / 541-971-4052

Cottage Grove

  • Walmart Supercenter, 901 Row River Rd, Cottage Grove OR 97424 / 541-942-4600

Eugene

  • Walmart Supercenter, 4550 W. 11th Ave, Eugene OR 97402 / 541-344-2030

Eugene

  • Walmart, 1040 Green Acres Rd, Eugene OR 97408 / 541-343-6977

Grants Pass

  • Walmart Supercenter, 135 NE Terry Ln, Grants Pass OR 97526 / 541-471-2822

Happy Valley

  • Walmart, 10000 SE 82nd Ave, Happy Valley OR 97086 / 503-788-4748

Hood River

  • Walmart, 2700 Wasco Ave, Hood River OR 97031 / 541-387-2300

Klamath Falls

  • Walmart Supercenter, 3600 Washburn Way, Klamath Falls OR 97603 / 541-885-6890

Medford

  • Walmart Supercenter, 1360 Center Dr, Medford OR 97501 / 541-772-2060

Medford

  • Walmart, 3615 Crater Lake Hwy, Medford OR 97504 / 541-770-2010

Newport

  • Walmart Supercenter, 160 NW 25th St, Newport OR 97365 / 541-265-6560

Portland

  • Walmart Supercenter, 1123 Hayden Meadows Dr, Portland OR 97217 / 503-205-8844

Portland

  • Walmart Supercenter, 4200 SE 82nd Ave, Portland OR 97266 / 503-788-0200

Redmond

  • Walmart Supercenter, 300 NW Oak Tree Ln, Redmond OR 97756 / 541-923-5972

Roseburg

  • Walmart Supercenter, 2125 NW Stewart Pkwy, Roseburg OR 97470 / 541-957-8550

Salem

  • Walmart, 5250 Commercial St SE, Salem OR 97306 / 503-378-1336

Sherwood

  • Walmart Supercenter, 21320 SW Langer Farms Pkwy, Sherwood OR 97140 / 503-825-4050

St. Helens

  • Walmart, 2295 Gable Rd, St. Helens OR 97051 / 503-366-5866

Tigard

  • Walmart Supercenter, 7600 SW Dartmouth St, Tigard OR 97223 / 503-268-5270

17 thoughts on “No-Park Walmarts in Oregon

  1. I think I Eugene you can legally park on the street so long as you move every few days. Check as the local regulations have changed but it was not illegal last time I checked.

  2. We’ve had to park “quietly” in Walmart’s Lots a couple of times when out on the Road. Once when our “Refer” went OUT.. & of course SPENT $$$ at Walmart; (the Next Morning) on New Large ICE Chests.. & Blocks of ICE ~to save our food.. We’ve never seen anyone abuse this privilege.. Sometimes Late at night when it is NOT safe to keep Driving, one is in Strange cities.. & this was such a lovely convenience.. to lay our head down for 6 hrs. in a safe place. We hope that they will still let those going ‘on’ to continue this service.. thanks Walmart

  3. I have traveled the US in a class A motor home since September 2017 and until today (Medford) parked overnight at MANY Walmarts with no issues. MOST Walmart managers are gracious and SMART enough to realize it makes good business sense to allow courteous RVs, campers, vans, etc to park overnight since the majority shop as a way to repay Walmart for the privilege. The managers that don’t have the wherewithal to allow folks to stay aren’t savvy enough to actually be managers!!! The end.

    • Great post:-) Which Medford Walmart, do you recall? One near Harry and David on Southern end of Medford (closer to Ashland, Talent, Phoenix) and one on the Northern end–Crater Lake Hwy closer to the airport.

      Passing through there Monday.

      Thanks.

  4. Walmart is bound by local ordinances so if the city says no, so does Walmart. The trashy looking junk people call RVs has impacted life for everyone. You know, RVs that look like the Clampetts are in town.

  5. Don’t blame Wal-Mart or the managers; they’re merely complying with local restrictions, usually the result of local campground owners lobbying local government.

  6. I just spoke with a manager at the Woodland Village Wal-Mart and she said th walmart would be ok with people staying but wood village does not allow overnight camping at Walmart or any other parking lots or on the street. They actually have patrol vehicle’s that come around to check and log the time a vehical, camper, rv or anything else arrived (or when they 1st notice) and if a vehicle stays longer than they like…..from my understanding its they will give you a verbal notice to vacate and the next time I do believe the police get involved.

    So as far as….no camping at ANY Wal-Mart? There is some truth to that. Portland has been over run by homeless people. People that move to Portland to be homeless dont get me wrong every group of people have good and bad eggs: however, its the bad ones that ruin it for every one. So many of the outlining cities no longer allow you to park more than 24 hours unless it is parked on the street in a residential area in front of owners home. Even then it cannot be there more than a couple of days.
    So to all Good Luck! This wont be an easy task.

  7. Woodburn , Oregon just changed there rules today 8/4/17 NO overnight parking . Had stay there before but today as soon as we pulled up here they come telling us NO

  8. Has anyone tried/ had any luck at the Redmond Wal-Mart lately? I have a smaller size four door EV and may need to stop there for just one overnight on my road trip north, I’m a student on a very tight budget. Please post any experiences, whether good or bad.
    Thank you 🙂

  9. For those who can’t stay at the Walmart in Redmond, the one in Bend does still allow overnight parking; when I pulled in yesterday evening the far half of the parking lot looked as if it were a campground, with at least 15 RVs of various sizes and types there.

  10. The nice security guard just went around the parking lot in Coos Bay and told everyone that they had to leave. I personally have been staying here a week and this was the first time anyone had said anything. And yes the back 40 looked like a camp ground. A mixture of junkers and clunkers, to the fancy coaches. I’m not sure what the city ordinance is but Coos Bay isn’t listed on the No Parking Map.

  11. If Walmart do not allow you to stay overnight then pass the word and Boycott them. Make sure they know. They must be made realise we do not shop if they do not allow us to stay overnight and I support overnight not prolonged stays.

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