Wednesday, August 31, 2016

The 8 Best Apps For Your Next RV Road Trip

Roadtrippers – FREE - 4/5 stars (Based on 893 Apple App Store Reviews)

You will love this app! It is a simple, easy to use tool that allows you to plan your entire route, including meal stops, bathroom breaks, and where you will re-fuel along the way. Search from thousands of locations along your route, complete with honest reviews and photos from people just like you.

Google Maps – FREE - 4/5 stars (Based on 584 Apple App Store Reviews)

Stay on track and up to date with live traffic conditions along your route with the Google Maps app! Automatic rerouting and voice-guided navigation will keep you on schedule no matter where your travels take you.

GasBuddy – FREE - 4/5 stars (Based on 304 Apple App Store Reviews)

Search the cheapest gas prices along your route with the easy to use GasBuddy app. With over 50 million users reporting gas prices around the country, you're sure to save money and time on your next road trip.

Camp & RV - $9.99 - 5/5 stars (Based on 112 Apple App Store Reviews)

The Camp & RV app has a great comprehensive listing of over 30,000 campgrounds around the United States. There is no longer a need to carry around a book directory; simply plug in your route and search for the best place to stay based on up-to-date reviews, pricing and photos. You even have the option to book your stay with over 4,000 campgrounds right from the app!

RV Parky – FREE - 5/5 stars (Based on 47 Apple App Store Reviews)

If a free campground directory is more your speed, then the RV Parky app is perfect for you! The app, built by a full-time RVer, is filled with what you need most while out on the road. Search over 25,000 listings and reviews of campgrounds and camping destinations around the country.

Roadside America - $2.99+* - 4/5 stars (Based on 131 Apple App Store Reviews)

Do you ever find yourself looking for something more than a rest stop or gas station to stretch your legs while on the road? Look no further, the Roadside America app allows you to search out popular roadside attractions along your route! World's Largest Ball of Twine, here we come!

*Disclaimer: For $2.99 you will receive (1) region of the United States filled with attractions. However if you'd like to upgrade to the full United States, the cost will be $5.99.

PackPoint Packing List Travel Companion – FREE* - 4/5 stars (Based on 110 Apple App Store Reviews)

For those Type-A RVers out there, this app may be your dream come true! Taking into consideration your destination's weather, duration of your travel, and any activities you may have planned, the PackPoint app will put together the basics of what you may need with you in your rig.

*Disclaimer: There is a free version available for download, along with an extended version that costs $2.99.

States and Plates – FREE - 4/5 stars (Based on 38 Apple App Store Reviews)

Entertainment while on the road is key, and the States and Plates app will keep drivers and passengers alike engaged during the trip! Pass time and have some fun while searching out the different state plates as you make your way along your route. Lear more here

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Saturday, August 27, 2016

We hold these truths to be self-evident; that all men and women are created equal.

Today is Women’s Equality Day, a day of celebrating such incredible leaders who fought long and hard for our civil and human rights. There are various parks and museums around the country where you can learn more about such women as Alva Belmont, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and others who have positively contributed to our mark on history, politics and the arts.
Women’s Rights National Historical Park
While you’re in Seneca, don’t miss this hall of fame, where you can learn about more women who have made a difference, including Bella Abzug, Louisa May Alcott, Madeline Albright, Lucille Ball, Maya Angelou and more. Created in 1969, The National Women’s Hall of Fame is the nation’s oldest membership organization dedicated to recognizing and celebrating the achievements of great American women including those in the arts, sports, business, education, government, humanities, philanthropy and science...Read more