There are so many apps out there for just about everything imaginable now. I’m going to keep this list short and sweet because when you are RV’ing, you are wanting to get back to the basics, right? Here is our list of the best apps for RV travel.
I remember when we all used a good ol’ road atlas for getting from point A to point B. We currently have one and it’s our nostalgic way of planning road trips.
But with technology brings more convenient ways of getting places than the road atlas.
But with technology brings more convenient ways of getting places than the road atlas. Here are our must-have apps for RV travel.
Camp & RV
A very popular camping app that gets better all year long. It is the revolutionary app that lets you find and filter both places and services with or without internet. From resorts to parking lots, extensive filters help you find exactly what you want year after year for a one-time price and no ads.
- Over 30,000 campgrounds: (US & Canada)
- National & State Forests
- State Parks
- National Parks
- County/City Parks
- Army Corps of Engineers
- Military famcamps
- KOA, Good Sam, Escapees, Passport America, 1000 Trails, ROD, RPI, AOR, Coast to Coast, Elk
- Even primitive hike-in/boat-in/rough spots that other apps exclude
Save money and time by locating the lowest priced gas around you.
- Locate gas stations with the lowest priced gas around you
- Filter the search results by price, location, brand, and amenities like car washes, restaurants, and restrooms
- Get price hike alerts so you can fill up before the increase
Oh, Ranger! Park Finder
Find the parks nearest you with the activities you want to do. Included in the database are thousands of national parks, state parks, national forests, wildlife refuges, BLM sites, US Army Corps recreation areas and many more public lands. Each location contains information on the available activities, so you can search for the park nearest you with the activities in which you’d like to participate.
Truck Stops & Travel Plazas
If this is your first time driving an RV or you’re taking a new route, you’ll want to download this app. Knowing facts like which roads have low clearances and pull-outs for runaway trucks can be crucial to your safety.
Also, travel centers and truck stops are listed in this app, making refueling easier for RVs and trailers. This app helps you make the most informed decisions possible when planning your next trip.
There are so many other apps out there, but we have trimmed down to these few. The last thing we want while road tripping is to be overwhelmed with technology.