This app shows almost 5,700 United States Forest Service (USFS) and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) campgrounds throughout the USA. These types of campgrounds tend to be low cost or free. Each location displays the campground name, which agency administers it (BLM or USFS), the local weather, elevation, Internet images and searches of the campground, Flickr geotag search, rec.gov info, and more. Easily locate the campgrounds nearest you. Send location data directly to our Road Trip Planner app. Import routes from GPX files. This makes it much easier to find locations along your route. - Show a route between your location and the campground. - Map layers include Apple, Google, and Open Street Maps. - No Internet connection required to view campground locations and info. - View Flickr photos of each location (if they exist).
Shows campgrounds as stated but would be nice to show disbursed camping areas.
When I first started using this app it worked great. Now nothing works. Hasn’t for over a year. Anything USFS is awful. Website awful. All the offices closed. No one answers the phone. Nice.
no where is there any location areas to enter a trip???? no where is there a directions how to use???? completely useless garbage
Paid $.99 $1.05 after-tax yesterday today woke up got a text message that five dollars from my account was taken. last five dollars in my account. I never ever bought anything on Apple store except for this app and my account gets compromised buyers beware
I just bought this app. When I search for any area to camp it gives me zero results even though I know there is camping there. Waste of money.
Just discovered the website and plan to use it to find new places to share with my grandson.
Admittedly I am new to this app but: Just showing where campgrounds are to me is not enough. The app advertises on free or next to free public land campsites yet the first thing I see are a bunch of KOAs and then campgrounds within Stateparks et.al. that are at least $25 and up. And absolutely no info with it. E.g. Juniper Springs shows as USFS but it’s a State Park campground with limited facilities which does not let you run a generator at night - and this is in Florida with hot and humid nights. Important info I would say. If it was a boondocking area I could run my gen, or at least not expect anything. Anyway, for an app it is very very disappointing. Glad it was not more than a $ or I would have been really bummed. There are really MUCH better apps. If I just wanted a map I would have pulled out my FMCA road atlas. I have absolutely no idea how this app got 4.5 stars
Must be sponsored by KOA and it’s fine except I had to pay for the app.
I’m retired and look to go camping as often as possible. The Recreation.gov app not only facilitates making reservations, it provides weather and condition alerts. The photo selection is improved and the interactive campground maps help identify sites and inform which sites are considered more desirable.
Find your favorite campsites. This app couple with the Rec.gov app work sweet together to find campgrounds, cg info, prices and reviews.