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Overnight parking for an RV in adjacent lots?

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  • HIX

    Was thinking it would be fun to load up a bunch of nerds into an RV for a roadtrip and do a TechEd tailgate...well that and we get the majority of our tickets from vendors and all the hotels close by will be full by the time they give us the partner registration info.  You know how it is. Any chance someone can pull any info on if any of the adjacent lots allow overnight parking?  

  • DBegley

    @HIX: I can see what the rules and regulations are re: RV parking in the area. Let me contact our team at Visit Houston and find out for you. 

  • HIX

    @DBegley: I appreciate you looking into this for us.   To be clear we would not be interested in staying at an "RV" lot on the outskirts of Houston.  Just looking for a spot in a walking distance parking lot where the RV can be parked for the duration of the conference  I would assume there are some provisions for overnight parking at the conference center given the requirements of the companies that put on traveling conventions as many of them travel with the debris and stay in RVs at the venue.  Obviously we would be willing to pay any fees required.

  • DBegley

    @HIX:Totally understand. You had me at "tailgate." :)  Let me see what I can find out.

  • HIX

    @DBegley: Actually I was finally able to get ahold of someone who could answer my questions.  Thanks again

  • HIX

    Just incase anyone was curious....I spoke with the Republic Parking Convention Center District office. In most lots adjacent to the GRB you can park overnight.  You have to pay 10 dollars per day for each space you take up and you must pay for the duration of time you will occupy those spots up front. 

     

    There are obviously no connections so you need to be prepared to boondock it in the city

  • DBegley

    @HIX: My contact at Visit Houston said that the best option for you is indeed the Republic Parking and the charge per space per night is correct.

     

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