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Old 09-07-2011, 05:11 AM   #1
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I hate my gps. It is usless for an RV except for basic driving.
For finding campgrounds and services I found an app for my Android phone. I rarely buy apps bit this one is worth every penny.
Check out Allstays Camp and RV.
It will find all those State and Fed campgrounds along with parking and services like PP gas.
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Old 09-08-2011, 08:18 PM   #2
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I use my Magellan gps in the mh, but the campground selection is pretty sad. I've been looking at the all-stays app for my droid phone. I hate to pay for apps, but if it is as good as the reviews say, it is worth every penny and more. Does anyone else have experience with the All-Stays app?
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How about adding a Campground POI to your GPS?

I haven't used these as I use Trailer Life's Campground Navigator for mapping out our trips but I have used other POIs and they work very well.

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Campgrounds in the United States - Accommodation GPS POI data directory for TomTom, Garmin, Navman, Destinator and other GPS devices. - GPS POI Data
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I use my Magellan gps in the mh, but the campground selection is pretty sad. I've been looking at the all-stays app for my droid phone. I hate to pay for apps, but if it is as good as the reviews say, it is worth every penny and more. Does anyone else have experience with the All-Stays app?
I have the All-Stays app on my iPad. I find it very useful in planning. It is easy to filter what you are looking for and has a large database of campgrounds, fuel, suppliers, etc. Definitely worth the cost for my needs.
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I have found that there is no one process where you can get all the campgrounds in an area, so i use several sources.

The better one I use is Bing Maps - driving directions, routes, and traffic, then I put in the locations in their search pane, then I put in the words - rv park - and it populates the map with rv parks, and some others, but that is where the check of other sites comes in. It's a quick and easy for finding something along a route for overnighters, and in some cases longer stays.
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