Tech Talk-Camping Apps

Tech Talk-Camping Apps

Don't the let shutdown shut you out
        For starters, check out the app for iPhone, iPad and Android devices by Allstays.  It lists more than 22 thousand campgrounds.  It has state, county and national parks.  Wilderness spots too.  You'll find everything from recreation areas to state and federal forests that are still open.  It even lists the best spots where you can see wildlife.
        If you had planned a national park camping trip, try Free Campgrounds for RV's.  It has a huge database sorted by state.  You'll find state, federal and county land open to camping, most without hookups or services.
        Though rangers aren't on duty, most national forests are still accessible.  The U.S. National Forest Campground Guide will help you find them.  The research was done by a couple of avid campers.  They've spent the last 20 years visiting almost 3 thousand federal forests and campgrounds.  The result is this very detailed directory on each one that will help you get very close to nature.


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