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Must Have Road Trip Apps

Shopping used to be one of my favorite pastimes and I was exceptionally good at!  So good, I got paid to shop for other people (I was a personal stylist).  And trust me; there is nothing more fun than spending someone else’s money!

best road trip apps

These days however, I rarely get the chance to gaze in fancy windows…much less go shopping.  Which is fine by me, I prefer being too busy rifling through nature to rifle through stores.  Although, a little shopping at a local farmers market is good for the soul!

But to tell you the truth I think I’ve shifted my shopping habits to online (I do love Amazon Prime) and specifically…apps, especially the free ones.  I’m always searching for that next time saver, experience enhancing or money saving app.

So, with all this time and research I’ve done, I thought it was high time I share my must have road trip apps!  Almost all of these apps are free and available for both android and iphone, just check your app store!

Amazon Music

Since having our Amazon Prime membership we have started taking advantage of the extra benefits (other than the free two day shipping) such as the free prime music and unlimited streaming video. With the amazon music app we can download playlists and songs on our phones and listen to them while driving down the road or anytime we don’t want to use our data to stream music.

Photo Sphere

When we first saw this app it blew our minds!!! Literally!!! You know those fun panoramas you can shoot on your phone? Well, Photo Sphere takes it to the next level providing a 360 degree view. The photo is completely interactive on compatible mobile devices with an accelerometer, it can also be viewed on a computer with a similar interface to Google Maps.

See all of our photo and camera gear here: Our Top Camera Gear for Travel Videos & Photography

iRecycle

Recycling is very important to us on the road. iRecycle can tell you how, where and when to recycle just about anything. Using your current location, ZIP code, address or city, get access to vital details for collection points, such as website, phone number, directions, hours of operation and other materials collected.

Road trippers

Roadtrippers is a fun app for finding unique stops along your route.  You can also use it to plan out your trips, estimate fuel costs and more.

UDisc

We love playing disc golf as its a way to enjoy the outdoors, explore an area and meet locals all at the same time (best part is disc golf is usually free!). This app has a long list of features but the biggest one for us is the ability to find and get directions to the closest course.

Untappd

If you haven’t noticed yet, we really love craft breweries! Not sure where to grab a pint? Untappd shows us popular bars nearby and what’s on tap. Share reviews, ratings and photos of the beers you drink with your friends around the world. The best recommendations typically come from our sophisticated, beer drinking friends, so we can find out where & what they drink.

Google goggles

Search by taking a picture: point your mobile phone camera at a painting, a famous landmark, a barcode, QR code, a product, or a popular image. If Goggles finds it in its database, it will provide you with useful information.  Goggles can read text in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Turkish, and translate it into other languages which is great when we head down to Mexico for Dental Work.

PDA.net

This app shares the Internet access of your Android phone with your computer or tablet.  PdaNet+ works on most Android phones. It does not require a tether plan, that will save you $10/month from most carriers. In USB mode it is capable of handling download speeds well above 35Mbps.

For more on how we stay connected, check out this post: Stay Connected on the Road – Phone, Internet, Free Wi-Fi

Gas Buddy

Find the cheapest gas on the go – for free!  Locate gas stations near you and see their current gas prices. We use this app all the time when we’re planning a drive.

Curious what our MPG is? Check out these posts: Monaco Vesta MPG – Fuel Economy of Fleetwood Excursion – Fuel Economy Fleetwood Bounder

US Public Lands

Finding state and national recreation lands for hiking, fishing, camping, boondocking, wild camping and just about any other activity can be difficult sometimes. This handy app helps you find nearby public lands and confirms that you’re in them with the GPS function on your phone. We have lots more about Wild Camping (aka, free camping/boondocking).

Ultimate Campgrounds

Another Wild Camping fave here! This app has more of our favorite free wild camping locations listed than any other source we’ve found. There are thousands of camping locations across the United States that are owned/operated by towns and cities, counties, states, and federal agencies including the National Park Service, Army Corps of Engineers, Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Fish & Wildlife Service, Bureau of Reclamation, Department of Defense and Tennessee Valley Authority. Also included are locations operated by Native Americans, utility companies and non-profit organizations.

State Lines

State Lines has all the basic information we need when traveling throughout the United States.  Whether by RV, car, train, bike, space ship, plane or boat. If you’re frequently crossing state lines you’re always under new regulations, taxes and bans.  Currently with over 55 pieces of travel relevant information including state sales tax, time zones, towing & RV specific laws, gas/diesel taxes, rest area overnight parking rules, default speed limits, alcohol sales laws, smoking bans, open container laws, state park camping entrance fees, leash laws, helmet laws, cell phones & texting while driving, left hand turns and more.

Wi fi finder

The new Honeycomb version features over 550,000 free and paid locations in 144 countries worldwide. Wi-Fi Finder is simply our favorite app for finding free or paid public Wi-Fi hotspots online or offline.

For more info: Stay Connected on the Road – Phone, Internet, Free Wi-Fi

Onavo

Onavo Count helps us better understand and budget our mobile data usage. With sleek and simple reports, real time alerts, and usage rankings, you will gain valuable insights into how you use your data, which is crazy important as most carriers are cancelling their unlimited data offerings. For more info: Stay Connected on the Road – Phone, Internet, Free Wi-Fi

Trover

Trover is the app for travelers. Satisfy your wanderlust with a stunning collection of geo-tagged traveler photos. Create visual bucket lists of where you want to go. Post photos and notes from your own travels, and inspire others to go where you’ve been. Showcase your stuff and watch the thanks pile in.

See how we use Trover here: A Date With San Diego

HearPlanet

Like a professional tour guide always by your side.  Instantly find out what’s nearby and create tours for longer excursions. Offline access avoids data charges.

PRI

PRI’s Android app offers live and on-demand access to our favorite public radio programs, including episodes and segments from national award-winning shows like PRI’s The World, The Takeaway, Studio 360, This American Life and more! Download it to hear, read and share  entertaining and insightful stories from around the globe.

fuel log

Track and log your mileage, fuel consumption, maintenance, services and costs of your car or motorbike and know exactly how much your car costs. FuelLog calculates a lot of useful statistics like fuel consumption and economy (e.g. mpg or l/100km) of your car or other vehicle, total cost and mileage, average cost per distance or gas amount, average cost per month, year and driven distances, expenses and a lot more. Everything is managed in a nice-looking and very easy to use interface.

Curious what our MPG is? Check out these posts: Monaco Vesta MPG – Fuel Economy of Fleetwood Excursion – Fuel Economy Fleetwood Bounder

Coverage

Coverage provides an at-a-glance “universal”  data coverage map by interactively overlaying the major nationwide USA cellular providers.  Coverage focuses on helping travelers keep connected as they roam, no matter what network (or combination of networks) they use.  Use Coverage to determine which direction is best to head towards, or which route is likely to keep you the most connected in your travels.

For more info: Stay Connected on the Road – Phone, Internet, Free Wi-Fi

SaniDumps

When RVs have to go… these guys know where to go!  Search for RV dump stations from your current GPS location while you are on the road, or search by a city of your choosing!

 

Whew, there you have it! All of my must have, most used and coveted apps.  Do you have a favorite I didn’t mention?  Tell us about it in the comment box below, as I mentioned at the beginning I love new apps!

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  • Barb Z.

    Hi, love your blog! In serious need of help though. How in the world do I find free rv camping in Texas? This is the hardes research project ever! We aren’t looking for Wally World Parking lots, but free areas close enough to the city to allow my husband to work but far enough to enjoy some peace and quiet. Apparently Texas doesn’t have any BLM land, making it hard for me to find free rv spots. Do you have the inside deets? Thanks, Barb

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    • Curious Minion

      In general I’d have to say that free + close to big city is a really tough thing to find. There are a lot of campsite finder apps out there, so if you haven’t tried them you could try Campendium.com, RVParky.com, ultimatervcamping.com, allstays.com, etc. If there is State or National Forest nearby, I’d also encourage you to go directly to the main office to talk to the folks there. They are very knowledgeable and can tell you which roads you should avoid and that kind of local knowledge. Good luck with it.

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  • Dave Lloyd

    Hi Nikki & Janson! “Alarmed” is a fantastic, free app for setting future reminders, things to do that you don’t want to forget. Its extremely versatile and will alert you with a tone of your choice.

    BTW, what Navigation apps do you use on the iPad?

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  • Sarah Smith

    I think you can also add an app that calculates tolls and gas for the road trip to your suggestions. TollGuru allows you to quickly look up the price of all toll bridges, roadways, and tunnels from start to destination.

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  • Diane Fulwiler

    How do you manage your mail when you are on the road?

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    • Curious Minion

      Most full timers use a mail forwarding service. They notify you when you receive mail and hold it until you tell them to send it to you.

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  • elizabeth

    I was trying to find an app that you mentioned over a year ago – an app that would tell you if your RV was moved (stolen). I could not find it among the apps here and a search of the sight did not lead me to it either. Can you tell me what that was please?

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      • Elizabeth

        Thank you for letting me know. I was making myself a little nuts looking for it. So happy to see y’all are having such a great time on your boat.

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  • Ken Gregory

    It would be helpful to have the apps marked with Android or Apple or website (free or paid would be good too). It would save me some time and disappointment.

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  • Chris Harwood

    I’m trying to plan our return trip from our first snowbirding adventure. I normally use google maps and the Good Sam planner. I’m looking for an app that could help me plan stop overs. I’d like to see something where I could insert a distance or travel time and the app would display possible stopover locations.

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  • Len Brawner

    You guys ROCK!!!

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  • My husband just launched a new score tracking and disc golf course finder app: dgchains.com. You guys should check it out (it also helps find local brews!) And let us know how it compares to udisc 🙂

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  • Marianne

    Love everything you guys do!! And because of you we joined Harvest Host and love it!! It is so much fun and we meet the nicest people….so thank you for the info on HH. I do have one question……..do you know of any apps out there for laundromats? Always on the lookout for clean ones as we travel full time.

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  • Bill Forsyth

    Thanks for the comprehensive list of must haves….I look forward to installing and accessing all that is out there! We are newbies and are stoked to get out there….Cheers!

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  • rollercoaster

    Wow, a very comprehensive list of apps, thanks! I would just add a great app that is truly underestimated -Spyglass. It supports different maps, depending on my current needs: google maps, apple maps, open street map and open cycle map. It’s also very important that the app can read pre-downloaded maps when offline. Besides, it has many useful features for those people that are not very good at orienting. The app shows your current position on the map, can save waypoints and locations, for example, your car or your hotel location. I personally find it very useful for traveling. https://itunes.apple.com/app/spyglass/id332639548?mt=8&at=11lLc7&ct=c

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  • Sherri

    This is a great assortment. My family enjoys camping, we have a travel trailer. I’m sure I’ll be using most of these apps. I always enjoy your videos and newsletters. Thank you!

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  • Juergen Loenholdt

    Hi Friends,
    your trip reports, etc. are great, keep up this great work.
    When traveling in our R. V. the Allstays Camp and R. V. app is a very big help. This in our opinion is the absolut most versatile traveling app.
    Safe travels to you.
    Juergen

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  • Stephanie Pehrson

    Don’t forget how helpful flashlight aps can be.

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    • ohhh, good call, we both have them but didn’t even consider mentioning them because they’re just always on our phones 🙂 Thanks for pointing it out.

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  • Which Wifi Finder do you use? I have an Apple IPhone. Thanks!!

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  • Valerie Mortensen

    Great list…working on it now. I emailed you sooooo long ago to tell you we hit your tip jar. Assuming you got it? Thanks for all the wonderful info you provide.

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  • Paul Johnson

    Brilliant as ever, thanks. No campsite locators? Have you tried fuel- finder “76”? (Think it was free…) What’s the advantage of Gas Buddy?
    Our East Coast trip starts in 8 days – fly into Augusta Wednesday: buying an RV online from the UK – now there’s a tale I should tell

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    • We use AllStays to find a lot of our camping – it has both developed campgrounds and wild camping locations. The app also has a ton of other helpful info, like LP gas locations, rest areas, overnight parking locations, some stores and gas stations, and more! The app isn’t free but it doesn’t cost much. It’s been our lifeline on the road.

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  • Steve Kass

    My favorite app is VIVINO. snap a pic of the label on a bottle wine and it tells you the rating and the price you should be paying.

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  • We go now!

    We use “Trucker Path Pro” to locate the nearest truck stops, TA/Petro, Loves, AM best, Pilot and Flying J, Walmarts, and Freightliner service centers for our Fleetwood. It makes it a quick in and out for our diesel coach They have DEF fluid pumps at Pilot/ Flying J’s that is much cheaper than buying by the gallon. Was very handy on our Florida to the Cape trip this summer. Very user friendly app if you have a long, tall diesel coach.

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  • Bruce Kane

    Thank you for this great information all rolled up into 1 page, you make this so easy for a newbie,,, Good Job,
    If we ever run into you guys on the road, the dinner and drinks are on me

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  • Mike Jacobs

    I’ve traveled across the country in my RV several times in the last year and a half and, without a doubt, the most useful app I’ve found so far has been Allstays Camp & RV. https://appsto.re/us/KwKgw.i
    Like you, I love new apps and I’m not shy at all about trying new ones but I always find myself going back to Camp & RV to plan my driving day.

    Love your blog. Keep up the great work! – Mike

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  • Mike

    Just uploaded the Road trippers app. and gave it a test here in Ireland looking for good places to dine. Failed big time. We are in Kinsale, which is known as “one of the best dining cities in Ireland “, and the app did not list any of the 6 or 7 best places in the area. Not sure if the users need to help out by giving the app ideas. I will continue to test the app as we continue our journey. We are on a Rick Steves tour so you can be sure the guides know the area.

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  • Sue

    We are full time travelers for over 3 years now. We use Allstays for public and private campgrounds, rest areas, RV parks Walmarts (and if you can overnight at them), casinos, costco, RV stores, etc. It is tremendous and works off line too. GPS enabled so you can always find the closest place. This is our #1 used app as we travel and plan.
    Also use the Ultimate Campground Project for Public campgrounds. It covers a lot of places that are missing from Allstays.
    Very important is NOAA Radarcast to keep an eye on the weather in real time. Shows lightening, storm track, tornado warnings and fires. Great tool.
    Whole foods/Trader Joes has an app that will show you where they are located….but the trader Joes is also on Allstays.

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  • LisaD

    Is this updated? Because this is nearly 2 years old.

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  • Edward Elbers

    For those of you who are Mac people I have found the equivalent appme App Store link for three of the apps mentioned by the Wynns in an app bundle, they are Public Lands, State Lines and Coverage. The bundle is called Technomadia App Collection by Two Steps Beyond
    https://appsto.re/us/V4Xg4.i

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  • Sherry & Bob Albert

    My name is Sherry. My husband and I have been following your discoveries for the last year or so. My husband and I used to live full time in our RV and 1 1/2 years ago, for financial reasons, had to take full time positions in Virginia. I was reading your site today and noticed that you are currently staying on Cudjoe Key. I grew up on Cudjoe Key. If you turn onto Sawyer Drive and continue to the very end point, there is an octagon home on the left side of the island and on the right is a large 70′ brick circular patio and off of the circle to the right is a 150′ boat dock. Anyway… My father built that house all by himself. It is beautiful. The inside is all sided with pecky cedar wood upstairs with 22′ ceilings. They owned the whole point. The large brick circle was for my father to park his Prevost Bus. He could just make it around the circle so he could be pointed out the gate – ready to hit the road at any moment.
    If you are standing at the house and looking out toward the ocean and away from the A1A bridge, the large island that is out in front of the house about 1 1/2 miles is called “Monkey Island”. As kids we used to throw food to them and they were so funny to watch. Also during mating season the sharks mate on the sandbar that lays on the house side of that island. You can also do some great fishing on that sandbar. If you are looking for lobster, swim the canal in front of the house, it is a public waterway. As a kid I stocked all those rocks with baby lobsters and they were so thick when I was a teenager that my mother just had to lean over the dock and scoop up their dinner. There are also some of the most beautiful Angel and Parrot fish that live in that canal as well. If you go thru the bridge into the back country there is a beautiful island with a small sandy beach. When you explore the island you will see that there is a canal the was dug thru the middle of the island with huge cement gates on each end of the canal. Old timers tell stories of how they used to trap all the shrimp in those gates on a full moon. Now its just an abandoned island.
    Wish my husband and I were down there to take you to some awesome places down there and do some diving and fishing.
    We have often thought of catching up with you on the road in the near future.
    We have started another business that we can do while traveling and we are hoping to hit the road within the next year. We will keep you guys posted and let you know what part of the country we are in and maybe we can meet finally.
    Before you leave the keys – stop and feed the Tarpon (fish) Robbie’s Marina on Lower Matecumbe Key – Islamarada.
    A must do in Key West. Mel Fishers museum. He and his family were salvage hunters looking to find the mother load on a Spanish Galleon. His son, unfortunately died on one of their vessels that went down because of a leak. He drowned while sleeping at night. The year that they hit the mother load, my parents had money invested and got some really cool coins, jewelry and gems. It was such a fantastic place to grow up as a kid. Wow, thanks so much for posting where you are located. You had me dig up so many great memories of growing up there. Have a great time.
    We cant wait to hit the road again. Take care and be careful.

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    • Thanks for all the recommendations, we had wonderful tour guides that took us too all the must-see sites in the keys. Can’t wait to share it with everyone.

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  • Thanks for listing us a resource for RV Blogs and I found several great Apps that I didn’t know about.
    Ron at hitchitch.com

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  • Terel

    I think it would be great if there was an app to help you find RV mechanics or service stations on the road. I’d hate to break down in the middle of nowhere, with no knowledge of the closest repair shops (especially for a vintage bus).

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    • Terel,
      We have this built into our RV GPS unit, we can find dealerships, service centers and truck stops along with a host of other RV/Bus/Truck frinedly features. You can find the GPS in our Awesome Travel Store under the “Favorite RV Upgrades and Gear”

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      • Kathleen

        Hi Jason, I didn’t see a GPS listed in your Travel Store. Please let us know which one you recommend (as a side note, I’m always on a budget, so if yours is particularly expensive but you have a budget friendly recommendation please share that as well). Thank you!

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  • Paulina

    Thank you!
    Just downloaded a few I didn’t have 🙂

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  • Thank you for this. I hate shopping…2 boys under age of 12 go figure. This will save me time and make our adventures even more fun!

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  • Great list! I always seem to be looking for the next rest stop along our route and have not found an adequate app for that. Any that you know of?

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  • concerned educator

    The Oh Ranger app hasn’t been updated in 2 years. Does that make the info too stale?

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  • Sherry

    Can you do exact same thing with the iPad as vs phone….point n shoot on the goggles thingy? (I know sounds like such a silly question,) we will be FTing in April ir Nay, want all of our ducks in a row so to speak! Yeah yeah, and the bulbs turned on (after ALL I AM blonde! *snort snort! 😉 JK (a bit)

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    • Sherry

      That says “or May” sorry for typo! 🙁

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  • Bob K

    I’d love to use my GPS enabled Samsung tablet as my navigation aid rather than purchasing a single purpose GPS device. Have you discovered any full featured Android GPS apps (free or paid) that adequately serve an RVer?

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  • trikepilot

    RV Parky is a free app that I use to locate walmarts, gas stations, and campgrounds. If I am dry camping I still need those services. I use the app on my laptop cause I can’t read the small text and the tiny map on my phone. Works well on that platform.

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  • Val

    Hi guys …… Hmmmm when I said about staying in Indio for the Coachella festival, I meant to say you should try out the INDIAN WATERS rv park which I think is on Jackson Street south of the highway.

    Have not been to Indian Wells yet, an old 1000 Trails venue, although they were at the Abbotsford RV Show, but they are up on the highway I think and I have no knowledge of good, bad or indifferent.

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  • Knot2common

    Nikki, I see you mentioned the sanidumps app. I thought you guys converted over to a composting toilet. Did that not work out and you convert back to the traditional water sourced tank? I am keenly interested in this alternative along with the solar technology you both installed. My goal will be mostly boondocking as long as possible before having to hook up to electricity or dump sewage. When your husband hooked. Up the composting toilet do you still need to off load at a sanidump? The toilet did not look to be hooked up to a storage tank. Am I right about that? If it was what is the time frame each time you must empty the tank? I see you have two cats, what litter do you use and where do you store the box? We have 11 rescue cats, three more I am babysitting four years now, a total of 15 cats and a big horse dog shepboxer who thinks she is a cat too! It has taken me years to talk my husband into the idea, now I must do research to see if it really is a viable option for retirement. Any help would be appreciated.

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    • We mention Sanidumps for the benefit of most RV’ers. We do not have a black tank however we do have a grey tank which needs to be dumped when we’re boondocking in a city (we can’t just open up the tube in the middle of a city, there are approved ways to get rid of grey water while primitive camping in nature).
      We love having our 2 cats with us in the RV, but I don’t think we can honestly offer you any advice on RVing with 15 cats. It is difficult to keep the cats entertained indoors, and with the great outdoors calling their names we can barely keep our 2 cats inside at campgrounds. Also many campgrounds have restrictions that won’t allow more than 2-3 pets in an RV.
      I wish we could help more, we just don’t have the experience with such a large amount of pets.

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  • Knot2common

    Thank you Nikki for the info. I am beginning my research on full time Rving and these apps will certainly make life easier!

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  • Knot2common

    Lol! Jacques mentioned about GPS, years ago we had no electronic equipment, cell phones included. Man that was rough at times! From recently using my daughters gps I have found that it is not fail safe either, but for the most part is easier that plotting from an old Rand McNally map.

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  • Great information for anyone who travels or just making a short road trip. I’m always looking for the best deal on gas and a good radio station to listen to. I saw gas for $2.99 last weekend, can you believe it?

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  • Jacques

    Great post, thanks. Have you ever tried AllStays? (http://www.allstays.com/apps/). We’ve been full-timing for 2+ years and when on the move I find their “Camp and RV” app invaluable to find local overnight spots, from Campgrounds to Walmarts to truck stops to highway rest stops. The database is constantly updated and also lists RV Dumps, fuel stops and which Walmarts allow overnight parking. I’m not paid a cent to promote them, but ever since I found the app I’ve hardly ever used my other hard-copy guides.

    Keep up the great website!

    Jacques

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      • Jacques

        Unfortunately, when we started full-timing the best GPS available on the market for RVing was the Garmin dezl 560. Sadly, it doesn’t give that much background info on RV overnight stay locations. It definitely doesn’t tell us which of the Walmarts allow overnight parking. After a few bad experiences, we found AllStays to fill the gap. Glad you got the Rand McNally!

        PS. Hope you enjoy BC. We’re heading up to Victoria next week for a few months by the beach before Christmas and Arizona.

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        • Jacques,
          Have a blast on the island…it’s one destination we still have not had the opportunity to explore. That darn ferry fee just makes it awfully expensive for any trip shorter than a few weeks.

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  • Maria

    (this is totally unrelated to your blog post…) I just happened to watch House Hunters today, and saw you guys shopping for the RV. I have seen the episode before, but today is my first time checking out your blog. Imagine my surprise when the little map showed that you are basically right across the river from where I live! I’m in Chilliwack, I live relatively close to the Fraser River. Welcome to my part of the world, I hope you’re enjoying our beautiful area!

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  • mike welch

    We also use the navigation app. as well as weather bug on our android phones.

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  • Randy Spencer

    I like Gas Buddy, I Love the Gas Buddy website’s trip calculator (http://gasbuddy.com/Trip_Calculator.aspx) allows you to strategically find the cheapest place along your route.

    For a fuel log I use Fuelly.com, they have apps for your phone, but then you can link the results to posts using BBcode or HTML: [IMG]http://badges.fuelly.com/images/smallsig-us/67186.png[/IMG] or

    I had not heard of Hear Planet nor State Lines, thanks for the recommendations!

    -Randy

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  • Just downloaded 5 of those — how have we been without them all this time??? Ha! Thanks Wynns!

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  • Heather

    Is Oh Ranger only available for iphone? I wasn’t able to find it in my apps 🙁 My husband and I are getting ready to become full timers (starting out like you two did) and this one would be very helpful.

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  • Not sure if you knew this, But you can become an affiliate with Apple and make a (albeit small) commission.

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  • Diana

    As full time rvers I really appreciated your suggestions and have downloaded several of them. Thanks. Diana

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  • AllStays Camp & RV may not be cheap ($9.99)…but has sure got us out of a pickle a few times. Pretty comprehensive. Thanks for the update on the apps. One other fantastic app is the iRV2 forum app.

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  • PRI is down right now, this is the message I got….. Our sincere apologies! We’re in the process of combining, moving and relaunching PRI.org and TheWorld.org. While we do that, your request has landed you solidly… in limbo.

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  • Juergen

    Great post, I use Gas Buddy since it came out, would not be without it.
    Happy Travels.
    Juergen

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  • Bill

    IExit by metrocket.
    I use this everytime I am traveling on the Interstate.

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  • paul van

    Great post Nikki, I downloaded Oh Ranger.

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