iOverlander allows you to search for a specific city, town, state or using GPS coordinates to find established campgrounds, informal campsites, wild camping and approximately 30 other traveler friendly amenities in the area.
Roadtrippers is used for anyone planning a trip with a detailed route from one destination to another. You can choose to narrow things down by selecting “camping & RV.” The map will show you the open campgrounds along the route you’ll be traveling. You can save your trip route to know exactly where you will be stopping before heading out.
Rv Parky is not just limited to RV parks and campgrounds. It also shows travelers other overnight RV parking friendly locations such as Walmarts and truck stops. You simply type in your destination and a map appears pinning their locations.
The Dyrt keeps it simple by featuring only campgrounds for tents, RVs and those looking for cabins. This site is also affiliated with various parks across the country offering discounts when upgrading to their PRO package.
HipCamp mainly features privately owned lodging, campsites and RV parks in the area. You have the option of searching for a specific RV park or using a general destination. You will also find visitor reviews under each of their listings to explore what other people are saying about the site.
If you are in need of finding WiFi on your trip, WiFi Map features free WiFi hotspots in your area. They list nearly every location, including restaurants, bars, cafes, hotels and casinos with free WiFi.
Gasbuddy is specifically designed to show gas stations where you can fuel up on your trip. They provide both the locations and the price ranges in the area.