There are some nice trip planning tools on the market some free and some paid. I tried them all and ended up using RVTRIPWIZARD as the most feature rich tool. The only draw back s that you need internet connection to use it. However we still have a paper campground book and a road-atlas we can use during the trip.
I’m currently planning a trip to Washington DC. See the circles there? I have set them to 100, 150 and 200 miles, the maximum distance I want to drive on a travel day. I also added Good Sam and Passport America as preferred camping grounds. These are just a few of my favorite features of the tool.
Some other features;
Over 17,000 Campgrounds
Browse from ALL Campground Affiliations (Good Sam, Passport America, etc…). No Restrictions like other tools.
Over 57,000 Points of Interest
The fun of travel and exploring is finding unique places. We have an ever-growing list of locations to choose from.
A Visual Trip Planner
See the Route you are taking, with Campgrounds, Gas Stops, points of interest and more.
See the Cost of your Trip
The Wiz will help to estimate the cost of your trip with Gas and Campground Fees. Updated as you update your trip.
Set Driving Times and Distances
Set your Driving Distances and the map will show you if you may have stretched yourself too thin on a leg of your trip.
Web Based, No Installation
Have a web browser? Of course you do, so don’t worry about downloading any applications, or applying updates. Its all built on the web.
t has great features to plan your trip, see the below video;
For a demo go here: https://www.rvtripwizard.com/demo.php
To subscribe (In 2017: $39 a year) go here: https://www.rvtripwizard.com/members/index.php?page=join
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