As far as Walmarts go for overnight RV parking, the location at
We pulled into the shopping center where this Walmart is located and found it very busy with cars. There are more buildings here than what Google Maps Satellite View had shown us. In fact, the traffic getting off the I-15 freeway and to the shopping center was very busy as well. If you’re pulling a long rig, just be patient and you’ll get there.
There is a RV parking lot up front, at the south-west corner of the traffic circle (behind the IHOP). Most RVers park here. We did not, however. We parked along the west side of the parking lot, near the Deseret Bookstore.
We arrived on a Friday, June 8, at about 2:00pm, and found the parking lot pretty packed with both cars and RVs. It took most of my skills to maneuver our pickup truck and trailer around the cars and tight turns to get into a strip of empty parking spaces. Once we got settled in, we stayed there for 2 nights and didn’t leave until 10:30am Sunday, June 10. No one bothered us the entire time.
But it’s not like we didn’t buy anything. We shopped at Walmart twice and ate at one of the restaurants in the shopping center.
Temperatures got fairly warm here, getting up into the high 80s and low 90s, enough for us to run our generator so that we could power the air conditioner. And again, no one from Walmart or the shopping center seemed to care. But, if you were stay for several days, or a week, I’m sure someone will say something.