If you need to stop for 10-12 hours, need space to walk around, relax, perhaps have a camp-fire and relaxed dinner then it will be worthwhile to pay the 450-$75 fees and stop at an RV Campground.
However if you need to stop just for 6-8 hours to sleep and get back on the road then rest stops are a better option for you.
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