It's time you enjoy the journey. The most complete and popular camping app of all time helps you do that as you find and filter places and services with or without internet. Tents, RV resorts, parking lots, fuel, rest areas, repairs, tunnels, even inclines. Extensive filters and thousands of points unique to this app for a one time price, free updates & no ads. "Packed with comprehensive information. For those with more discerning tastes in campsites & RV spots. " - NY Times "Whether you're looking for RV grounds with full amenities or far-flung campsites for a rough getaway, Camp & RV has you covered." -MacNewsWorld Starbucks featured app Has data seen in "Harvard Business Review" & rated Excellent by Wired Mag "The essential camping app - This is a must have app." -appadvice.com "Camp & RV app is a must." -Womans Day "Best iPhone App for a Road Trip" -Techlicious "By far the best of the camping apps" -Motorhome Forums "When looking for a place to camp, nothing beats AllStays." -padgadget.com "Travel", "Summer", "Sun", "Road Trip" & "Great Outdoors" featured picks on App Store Why is it the top camping app? +See at a glance right on the map if a place accepts RVs or tents, is hike-in or is dispersed +One touch to check availability and book at over 4,000 public campgrounds +Thousands more places than other sources. +A true universal app for iPhone, iPad & Touch. +Map adds points on the fly as you scroll. +Filter the map by type and by over 30 amenities. Hundreds of possibilities. +Want to see only campgrounds or tenting and no extras? One touch does it. +Data is on device for speed and accessibility. Including text directions. +Lookup data by type, state & city without service. +Photo and review searches that use the power of the entire web, not just one source. Add your reviews. +Check NOAA Weather by GPS, not at some city airport +Extras all in one app: Truck and rest stops, dump stations, supplies, RV service, & road grades +Quick resources for road conditions, emergencies and various state laws. CAMPING: -Over 32,000 campgrounds: (US & Canada only) -Private -Public Lands -National & State Forests -National & State Parks -County/City Parks -BLM -Army Corps -Military famcamps -KOA, Good Sam, Escapees, Passport America, 1000 Trails, ROD, RPI, AOR, Coast to Coast, Elk, Moose -Primitive hike-in/boat-in/rough road spots that other apps exclude. CAMPGROUND DETAILS: -Official website, booking, phone, directions, reviews, open season, elevation, rate range, sites, hookups, amps, big rigs, tents or no tents, clubs, water, showers, toilets, tables, pool, playground, laundry, propane, pet-friendly, RV dump station, age restrictions, storage, firewood, boat launch, GPS decimals and more. EXTRAS: + Walmarts (with overnight parking reports), Sams Club, Costco + Overnight Parking like casinos, Elk & Moose Lodges and more. + Truck Stops with amenities. + Stores (Camping World, REI, Cabelas, Dicks, Bass Pro Shops, Big 5) + RV dealers and services + RV Rentals (Cruise America, Road Bear, El Monte) + Rest Areas, Welcome centers and turn outs by heading. + Road grades FILTERS: See only tent places with showers; RV parks with a club discount, 50 amp and LP; cost club stores with gas; truck stops with a Subway. NO SERVICE? Much of this app will always work. The data is stored on your phone while the app uses GPS, so constantly calling out for information is not necessary. App is fast even in remote places. Offline maps. Scan your route ahead of time to load maps into memory. They will be there when service is not. SAVE YOU $ $$ Find a overnight in a parking lot. $$ Find a dispersed or forest site beyond the $40 park your book lists. $$ Lighten your load, save fuel by not buying as many books year after year. SUPPORT ** Explore it. See much more at http://www.allstays.com/apps ** US & Canada data only. Requires internet to load maps into memory. Questions/requests? Email: email@example.com for a real reply.
The only improvement would be to add additional options like links to Havest Hosts, Boondockers Welcome. It’s a great app and I use it first
This app has allowed us to travel all over the US and stop in many interesting places. Information is complete and accurate. User reviews are trustworthy. It has replaced my navigation app for finding rest stops and what is at the next exit. It is frequently updated and improved. Thanks!
We have been using this app for over 6 years. It has been perfect. It has saved us lots of time and money. I recommend it To everyone on the road.
I have been using the app and pc version for the last seven years in my travels across the United States. This is the best tool I have found to help plan my trips.
My husband and I traveled for a year in our RV. We are seasoned world travelers and found this app to be absolutely critical in our daily plans and safe travels. We do not even recommend any other app. It has so many important features that a traveler who makes no reservations needs. We are not the type of travelers to go to RV parks so the features with being able to know where BLM land is are invaluable. We literally make no plans when we travel because all stays is so helpful in every aspect. The Adventure Travelers
Have found the app to be useful, comprehensive and informative. Especially like the feature that allows you to view park specific images. It expedites Her Majesty’s approval or rejection of any given stop, planned or unplanned. I have two other campground apps on my phone that are rarely used other than to see if Allstays missed anything.
Essential app when traveling. The user reviews are good.
Awesome app but, wish there was an easier method to submit corrections. As a full time RV’er I don’t always have access to email. Snowflower RV camp is NOT open year round. We just happened to get there before the end of the season. However, that might not be the case for others. But, with that said the app is extremely valuable for finding a spot on the fly for overnight, stores, propane, dumps, etc. Thank you for your efforts.
This is a very useful app. I also use Alston’s Pro online. The only minor complaint I have is the map scaling. As one zooms in and out the scaling changes, as you’d expect,but the highway identifiers are lost so it can be hard to follow a highway to a destination, choosing sites along the way. One has to try and remember physical changes such as bends or geographic features to know what road you’re following. I suspect that the road identifiers are imported from a commercial database and the developer has no control over where they are located. As it is, if you zoom in to find a campground you’ll lose the highway identifier and you’ll have to zoom back out to see it.
Great database app