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Harvest Hosts – A paid resource for complimentary overnight places like wineries, museums, farms. Some of our favorite places to stay have been through Harvest Hosts. We have stayed at more than 100 Harvest Hosts locations so far. You get a 15% discount using our link.
RV Trip Wizard – This is the main resource we use. We plan and map out all our travels using this fantastic program. A paid subscription service that allows us to see the route we are taking, with campgrounds, gas stops, points of interest and more. We’ve customized RV safe routes to the height & weight of our Airstream. Over 20,000 Campgrounds with reviews by Real RVers. We couldn’t do what we are doing without RV Trip Wizard. Well OK, probably we could, but it sure makes it easier.
Overnight RV Parking – One of the top resources you should have, this paid subscription service lists free and “under $20/night” places to stay for a night in your RV, and also advises you of places where Overnight RV Parking isn’t allowed. More than 14,000 listings, constantly updated. Get 3 extra months free when you subscribe using our link.
All Stays – A paid resource for campgrounds, free parking at places like Walmart and Cracker Barrel, Rest Areas, Propane, RV Dumps, Washes, Road hazards. We use this all the time!
Boondockers Welcome – Have you heard about this awesome community of RVers that can also save you money? Boondockers Welcome is not just a service that allows you to camp on private property for free but it’s also a great way to connect with other RVers or learn more about the RV lifestyle. Use this link to find out more about this great community. A paid subscription service.
Gas Buddy – We use this free App all the time to find the closest and best price on our fuel. We have it set to find Diesel fuel, but you can set it for gasoline as well.
Dyrt – Plan 5-star camping road trips with PRO Trip Planner. Find free camping on public lands with PRO Map Layers. Roam freely with PRO Offline Access and PRO Map Downloads. Save on camping reservations and camping gear with PRO Discounts. A paid subscription service.
Hipcamp – Discover and book tent camping, RV parks, cabins, treehouses, and glamping—everywhere from national parks to blueberry farms.
Campendium – A great free resource for honest reviews of campgrounds, including boondocking sites.
CampgroundReviews.com – Another great free resource for honest reviews (previously called RV Park Reviews)
iOverlander – Overlanding is self-reliant travel to remote destinations where the journey is the principal goal. iOverlander is a free tool, by and for overlanders, which enables its users to submit, amend and find information and opinions, primarily about places that are essential for the act of overlanding.
Passport Ameerica – Join The “Original” & World’s Largest 50% Discount Camping Club! Only $44 a year. Save 50% at Over 1,450 Quality Campgrounds
Campsite Photos – A free site that allows you to search photos of each campsite in over 1,600 State Parks, National Parks, U.S. Forest Service, BLM and other campgrounds throughout the USA.
Casino Camper – A free site listing casinos that encourage RVs to spend the night at no cost.
FreeCampSites.net – This service is one of the best free resources for free camping.
Living In Beauty Campground Reviews – Here is a list of campgrounds we have enjoyed and written extensive reviews about their details.
Moble RVing – This free site is a growing movement of RV travel enthusiasts that continually try to improve the outdoor experience for all of us interstate gypsies. Their platform is intended to keep in touch with the “road family” by sharing and generating content that is useful to those that enjoy the nomadic lifestyle.
NPS.gov – A listing and resource for the National Park Service
NPS App – This brand new app for you phone just came out in 2021. It is FANTASTIC! A game changer. Check it out! It’s FREE!
ParkAdvisor.com – This website was developed to help people find great RV Parks in North America (USA, Canada, Mexico). Completely FREE with NO ADS. Commercial RV parks are sorted by rating and can be viewed in list mode. If you zoom in far enough, you will see gas station, rest areas, stores, etc.
Recreation.gov – Reservations at Federal land reservations from 12 Federal partners
Reserveamerica.com – Reservations at almost all State Parks
Ultra Nomadic – Streamline your planning process by using this simple, one of a kind, and free RV Travel planner. Works on a laptop, tablet and phone. The free site is limited in features, but they offer a $36 a year Pro Version which is filled with great features like road directions that avoid low clearances and other hazardous roadways.
RV Buddy – This free service gives visitors the opportunity to post their campground and RV park experiences, good or bad, for other campers. With hundreds of quality reviews covering campground and RV parks throughout the United States, you’re sure to find what you need to know before you go.
RV Parking – This free service lists as much information as they can collect on every RV park they can find. Over the past four years, they’ve compiled detailed information on over 20,000 RV parks. In addition to listing all of the standard information about a park (location, number of sites, etc.), their listings include valuable, real-world insight submitted by users.
RV Parky – A free RV Park directory built by a full time RV’er with the help of the RV community to help fellow RV’ers on the road. Here you can find information, images, and reviews for the most complete collection of RV Parks and campgrounds in the United States and Canada.
RVillage.com – RVillage is a social platform for RVers, RVer “wannabes” and dreamers, campers, and otherwise “nomadic” people looking for friends, activities, and others to connect with on their journeys. RVillagers can find other travelers based on their current location, any destination or along their route and remain connected through smart mapping technology and social interactive tools.
Sanidumps – This free service includes recreational vehicle dump stations include: private, public, RV park, non-park, municipal, truck stop, rest stop, campground, camping, resort, commercial, pay, donation, and free.
USCAmpgrounds.info – This free service promotes themselves as the most comprehensive guide to Federal, State, Provincial and Local campgrounds.
Ultimate Campgrounds – This free service is a consolidated and comprehensive source for public campgrounds of all types. This list does not include private/commercial campgrounds.
Wandering Labs – This free program, designed by Tim Watson at Watsons Wander, checks popular campgrounds for availability within a particular window. Since a lot of people cancel their reservations at the last minute, this program allows RVers to find campsites in hard-to-reserve campgrounds. There is a premium membership that costs $30 if you want some additional features.
Milsim (Military Simulation) Camping Guide – Emma and Olivia, some kids who reached out to us, wrote this guide for a sport they enjoy. As a courtesy, we are including a link to it here. Here is what they said about their guide. “If you’re an airsoft enthusiast and you haven’t been to a MilSim event yet, you have no idea what you’re missing. With the squad-based game play, multiday missions andmuch more it’s no wonder so many airsoft players aspire to participate in these events. Some MilSim events can run anywhere from 24 to 48 hours if not longer. That means you’ll need to bring some camping equipment along to help you weather the cold nights. If you come ill prepared, you’ll likely find the experience very unpleasant indeed. We’ve prepared a guide to help get you on the right track when it comes to bringing along the proper camping gear.”