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I love this app! It’s always been great and has never once let me down and I camp A LOT. Many of the sites are actually free campsites for tents and RVs the like. I happened on a really nice camping area on the Kilchis River that was far beyond any dreamy hopes or expectations. I use that forest constantly now and would never have known about it if it weren’t for this App.
The app has potential for being pretty good. But it’s not an app where the developers go and find spots for the app. It’s an user based app, meaning people have to report of a camping spot, either it be a campground (Not really what the app is designed for), free camping areas (getting a little closer to intent of app), but more importantly boondocking areas. It’s a scattering of users free camping/boondocking spots, just doesn’t have a lot of them. If you find a spot on this app and you camp there based on someone else’s work finding it and posting it, pay it forward and post a spot of your own on the app for others to be able to use to. That’s the only way it can get better. I can find numerous campground apps all day long. In the middle of nowhere free camping spot apps.... not so much.
It seems easy enough to use. As a new wannabe boondocker, I appreciate all the work that has been put into this app and those too who have contributed their information which is so helpful for newbies as well as those looking for a new place to explore. I have been doing research for my first roadtrip and this has already helped.
This app has been very helpful when camping, I travel all over the Pacific coast from Washington to Mexico. I enjoy having the ability to search new a different places each month. I recommend this app.
As opposed to the 6,000+ FREE campsites on other apps- this is by far the most pathetic data base. While only a handful of locations come up in Arizona alone, you can’t help but laugh. There are far better apps clearly developed by more passionate individuals who undoubtedly have a greater appreciation for the outdoors than this app attempts to portray. Accessing a more accurate database would a lone be a phenomenal service to this app- displaying just some of the lack behind this app.
Developed by the William Modesitt,
who have also released the following apps USFS and BLM Campgrounds, GPX-Viewer, Boondocking, Hot Springs of the USA, RV Dump Stations, Road Trip Planner™, Offbeat Attractions, Truck & RV Fuel Stations, Road Trip Planner Viewer, Ultimate US Mil Campgrounds .
Boondocking has 4 403 user reviews.
Boondocking has an average rating of 4.5.
The latest version of Boondocking (2.6.64) was released on Jun 09, 2020.
You can download Boondocking here:.
Boondocking usually refers to free camping in remote areas. This app shows
over 920 boondocking locations, most within the US. The locations were obtained (with permission) from www.boondocking.org.
- Shows distance from your current location to the boondocking location.
- View multiple map types such as Open Street Map.
- Get info about each boondocking location.
- Mark locations as Favorite locations.
- Get the local weather for the location.
- Find hikes around the location.
- Send location data directly to our Road Trip Planner app.
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