My go-to app to find a place to park my RV

0

By Chris Guld, Geeks on Tour

We (Jim and Chris of GeeksOnTour.com) are currently at the FMCA convention in Perry, Georgia. We’re giving several seminars about smartphones, photos and other technology for travelers. If you’re here, come say hi!

If you’ve attended any of Geeks on Tour’s seminars at RV rallies, you know that our favorite app for RVers is Allstays Camp & RV. It is simply the most complete collection of information about places for RVs to park in North America. You don’t need separate apps for campground reviews, rest areas, Walmarts, Passport America parks, low bridges, Flying Js, and National Parks – all of that and lots more is included in the one Allstays Camp & RV. You can see them all with special icons in place on a map, or you can use the handy filters to only see the ones you want.

Allstays Camp & RV is an app for iPhones and it used to be available on Android as well, but it has been removed from the Play store. Don’t despair, there is a solution. Allstays is also a website that you can access for free on any web browser. Sign up for the Pro version (approx. $30) of the website, and you get added places like Elks lodges, Cracker Barrels, and RV Dumps, as well as added functionality like fullscreen maps on your computer, and filter by review.


Here is a video that shows how to use the Pro version of Allstays Camp & RV on an Android phone:

Chris Guld is President and Teacher-in-Chief at GeeksOnTour.com. She and her husband, Jim, produce a free weekly YouTube show called What Does This Button Do?  They have been Fulltime RVers, popular seminar presenters at RV Rallies, and regular contributors to RVTravel.com, for many years.

Special offer for RV Travel readers!
Visit the Geeks’ Store to buy a membership. Use the coupon code rvtravel and get a 20% discount off anything you order.


Leave a Reply

avatar

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

  Subscribe  
Notify of