Williamsburg Virginia parking for 34 hour reset?

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  1. CptJackRabbit

    CptJackRabbit Bobtail Member

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    I’m looking for anywhere in Williamsburg VA that I can park for my 34 reset once a week. I’m turning up basically nothing. I can’t find anything. If there’s anyone in the area that knows the area, please let me know! I’m moving there fairly soon and I’m starting to get a little desperate.
     
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  3. kemosabi49

    kemosabi49 Trucker Forum STAFF Staff Member

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    Check self storage places and also sometimes small trucking companies will let you park there for some $$.
     
  4. nikmirbre

    nikmirbre Road Train Member

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    Closest places are about 25 miles away. There’s a Walmart there that USED to allow truck parking but, idk if they’ll allow you to park overnight multiple days… otherwise there’s a huge rest area around MM 210 or the truck stops next exit down Loves and that small Pilot!
     
  5. CptJackRabbit

    CptJackRabbit Bobtail Member

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    I saw the pilot and loves. They’re my backup at the moment. I don’t like parking at a truck stop and leaving and I have the issue of if I get in at 4am.
     
  6. sbaumann14

    sbaumann14 Road Train Member

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    Also try the truck dealers. $50 and you should be good to go for your 34. Talk to the service manager
     
  7. DRTDEVL

    DRTDEVL Road Train Member

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    Williamsburg is too snooty to allow trucks inside city limits for anything other than delivering and getting out. You'll probably have to hit something in Newport News or Hampton... or head the other way out to the BP at Barhamsville (SR 30) and Richmond (US-60) in Toano? They might let you park out back if you buy fuel at the diesel island (not a true truck stop, but the island *is* big enough to handle truck traffic. Its only about 10 miles NW of Williamsburg proper.

    EDIT: The Junction (Now called JB's Gallery of Girls) and its neighbor, Headlights both look to still have plenty of room for trucks to park. Its right outside the gates to Ft Eustis (I was stationed there in the 90's, hence knowing the place as "The Junction"), and I'm willing to bet you'd be left alone if you parked there and bought a dance or two every now and then LOL. Google street view shows no truck parking signs on the Headlights side of the complex, but not on the JB's side.
     
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