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Other jurisdictions: When I was younger I would drive part way from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada to Lake Louise. I'd go to 2 o'clock Creek which was on Abraham Lake. There I would pull off the road, throw a sleeping bag on the ground. Next morning I'd drive the final hour to the ski hill, have breakfast on the hill... Travelling across Canada I was near ...


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In practice what is permitted will depend very much on the attitude of local law enforcement and your perceived intention. Clearly camping without permission is not the crime of the century but if you do it as way to get around a bylaw where camping is posing a persistent nuisance then expect trouble on the other hand if you sleep in your car because you ...


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If you are allowed to drive there, and the land is not privately owned, you are allowed to sleep there, although different state have their own law. Everyone may enter public forests and you may sleep there too, as long as you don't leave any trash or harm the environment. Sleeping under a tarp is okay, but you may not use a tent with ground sheet. - some ...



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