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My ‘Top’ Choices of Best RV Travel Apps

  • Roadtrippers
  • iExit (offers detailed interstate exit on everything from cheapest gas to — more importantly — where to find coffee on our way to and from the south!)
  • Boondocking (love this one because we’re planning on a lot of boondocking on this trip)
  • Campendium
  • iOverlander
  • US Public Lands (this is the only paid app I have on my list, but it offers offline access to BLM lands for free dispersed camping)
  • GAIA GPS (navigating app with maps for backpacking, hiking, camping and exploring backroads — all things we personally love to do!)
  • AllTrails
  • Trailforks (always on my phone, it’s an excellent resource for finding mountain biking trails)
  • GasBuddy (again always on the phone, this free app lets us find the cheapest local gas prices around when it’s time to fill up)
  • NOAA Weather Radar Live
  • Day One (thx RV Lifestyle for the tip on this digital journal app!)

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Freelance writer with a passion for travel, hiking, history and the outdoors. Home base is Canada. Adventure base is either the tent or our Rpod trailer!

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Megan Kopp

Megan Kopp

Freelance writer with a passion for travel, hiking, history and the outdoors. Home base is Canada. Adventure base is either the tent or our Rpod trailer!

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