Originally Posted by landtrawler
We are new to land cruising. Picking up our rig next Wednesday in Fla and will be traveling this first time for 2 months From SC to the Northeast - Montreal and back. Not staying anywhere more than a few days.
What apps and or web based services are you'all using.
Boon-docking, low bridges, Steep grades, sights of interest, scenic routes, route planning / Camping parks and sites / recommendations reviews / dog friendly / fuel stops / weather / restaurants with rig parking etc.
We just got off a boat (trawler) after a couple of years on and off cruising the East coast and Bahamas. I had a handful of apps that became my go-to references. Hoping the RV community has a few good apps for us.
Steve & Linda
Here are a few that you might find useful ...
for Truckers, RV, and Motorhome Drivers
$39 per year
Designed specifically for RVers. RV Trip Wizard makes planning RV trips
ROAD TRIP PLANNER Furkot is free to its users
America's most popular app for truckers. Right now thousands of
truckers all over the country use the app to discuss the best truck
stops, available parking nearby, weigh stations status, fuel prices,
Allstays - Campsite Information
Allstays has Low clearance & Covered bridge locations
There are dozens more, but this should be a fairly good start.
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