skiP.E.I.I wouldn't ask because you probably aren't allowed, but I doubt anyone would notice, Especially if they can't see into where you're sleeping. If you aren't allowed to park in the lot, find a sheltered spot to park nearby. Also try to park out of the wind, use a thermarest to sleep on, wear long thermal underwear, a toque and your boot liners inside a good sleeping bag. Also, lighting a lighter for a minute inside your sleeping bag will warm you fast if you wake up cold in the middle of the night.
shotveti usually park in a hotel parking lot. continental breakfast and the occasional hot tub access if you are sneaky
SounderYou're just setting a tarp up in the bed of your truck? That sounds super sketch... But most places seem chill about or will have a separate RV lot that you can go and camp in. Just remember to layer up and keep warm. Personally I'd be sleeping in the cab so if it gets to cold I can always fire up and run the heater for a while to get things toasty.
TrickyDick470It depends on the place really. For instance, I believe at A-Basin there are signs specifically prohibiting overnight parking (at least in the lower lot).