How about the city of Reno now officially bans "camping" in casino parking lots. I've been going to Reno for years but have never "camped" anywhere inside the city limits. We have, however, "parked" our MH in many places including casinos. We have in fact "parked" at Boomtown, the casino that was owned by the present mayor of Reno. Funny that now he's not a casino owner, he's pushing a city ordinance that been on the books for 12 years. We will now bypass Reno. Have boondocked ("parked") while traveling in lots of places. Never "camped" in any of them. Never put out lawn chairs, started a BBQ or lit a campfire, toasted marshmallows, erected a volleyball net or anything else associated with the term "camping". I have parked my "vehicle" alongside of hundreds of other "vehicles" in lots of parking areas. I've never been told to move on or had any complaints offered from anyone. I don't leave crap or trash ever, in fact we usually pick up others trash because I don't like to see it either. If you want to see a mess, just pull into a Reno parking lot after a sporting evnt or a concert. How about all those fast food outlets with burger wrappers and drink cups all over! Never heard any Pols voicing any objections to those "parkers".