Be Sure To Download These Apps

I love having apps on my iPhone and my iPad. I’m pretty sure that if I tried to download one right now, I’d have to delete another one just for the space! I especially enjoy a good app that helps me when I’m out on the road. When venturing into unknown territory, it’s always good to know that an app has your back and can provide you with the info you’re looking for, whether it be the nearest grocery store or whether or not the RV park you’re headed to has wi-fi. Here are a few new apps I’ve recently downloaded and I can’t get enough of.

Allstays Camping & RVing

This one is more information that I know what to do with. You could honestly buy this app (it’s pricey at $9.99) and never buy another one again. Thousands of RV parks with details about each and every one. You can also set your course on it and see truck stops, rest stops and RV repair shops along the way. If you’re planning on spending a night boondocking, you can search for Wal-Marts and places that allow overnight parking so you don’t have to check into an RV park for just a few hours.

RV Owners Community

Screen Shot 2014-05-11 at 10.45.52 PMThis one is great resources for RV owners. It’s a social media outlet designed for people like us to chat and ask questions about living the RV lifestyle. Make sure you don’t get stuck out on the road when all you really need to do was ask an expert or a few people who have done it before.

 

RV Parks

Screen Shot 2014-05-11 at 10.52.38 PMIf you don’t feel like spending $10  on the Allstays app, this one is a functional replacement. It may not have as many bells and whistles, but it’s still a good resource for over 20,000 RV parks all across the country. Best of all, it’s free!

What apps do you use to help you when you’re out on the road?