Boondocking usually refers to free camping in remote areas. This app shows over 1,410 boondocking locations (and growing), most within the US. The number of locations continues to increase as more users submit boondocking locations. - No Internet needed as the boondocking locations are contained with the app. - Shows driving distance and time from your current location to the boondocking location. - View multiple map types such as Open Street Map. - Get info about each boondocking location, even when offline. - Mark locations as Favorite locations. - Get the local weather for the location. - Find nearby hiking and biking locations. - View Flickr photos for the location (when available). - Filter the locations (water, toilets, etc) so you only view the locations you what to see. - Send location data directly to our Road Trip Planner app. - No login or subscription necessary. Just start the app and use it! Happy Camping!
What a waste
Ive been looking for an app like this forever. It makes the drives across the country sooooo much easier to handle. In the era of corona virus it makes it a lot safer too
This app is great, but we all need to contribute sites to improve number of sites.
Does anybody know if you can put the coordinates in to get directions to some of the sites?
I’ve been traveling through the PNW, there are so many places to stop that are not listed on this app, same it’s not really accurate to what is available out there, waste of an app.
Well, this was a waste of $.99. It showed two remote campsites in the Adirondacks. Sigh.
I asked though a email twice for help and never got it. I had difficulty navigating.
the app is hard to use and yet it seems easy to see that it encourages the use of illegal sites for camping — I can’t think of any other reason “abandoned buildings/houses” and “neglected property” would be listed under available sites.
V good idea