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Bring Home a Story!

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Category
Travel & Lifestyle
Current version
1.0.9
Price
Free
Size
43 MB
Last Update
Oct 15, 2019

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Reviews 2 388 Avg. Rating 4.8
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smclaren1955
Apr 10, 2019

This is an obvious evolution of the desktop version and I have been waiting a long time for this! So great to see something we needed materialize. Too hard to use my laptop on the fly and now we have it. Thank you for making this happen. Now as a suggestion can’t we get all States and Local Government parks added into this app? Sure would be and excellent “one-stop-shop” for all.

Bob c Shaw
May 21, 2019

I have used the new app to make several reservations at a couple of COE parks, and wow what an improvement. For the most part, it’s easy to navigate and I like the way the photos and maps are integrated. I wish it could store my Golden Age Passport number, do I don’t have to keep re-entering it, but that’s minor.

Breezy171819
Sep 03, 2019

I was feeling a little anxious since a lot of sites were not available so I made a reservation without checking what my husband wanted. I made the reservation and called back 1.5 hours, after to make a change. I lost half my money because of this mistake. I understand this is my fault, but I also am just use to booking hotels where there is a ton more leeway. It’s frustrating that you don’t have any leeway with this site/app. I wish they had a better grace period. I did like the representative I spoke with but not enough to ever want to book through them again.

Detlew
Oct 05, 2019

When the new app first rolled out, it was NOT ready for “Prime Time”. It was unstable, it wouldn’t hold dates. It wasn’t user friendly. It was easy to get lost in the rigid and cumbersome “procedures”. Now, it has gotten better. The supporting park maps still need work. There could be more, better, and more representative photographs of the camp sites. But it is moving in a good direction.

Iowaonegalippe
May 18, 2019

I have a hard time getting round in it to see campsites that are available on certain dates Just hit and miss to find a campground map or satellite view. I loved the old website of a year or too ago. When I look at owls reservations I can’t click on it to make a new reservation at same site or campground. I find it hard to navigate around and I don’t usually have that problem with website or apps. A 2 is generous.

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Get out there, experience America, and bring home a story!

The Recreation.gov mobile app is your on-the-go solution for reserving thousands of incredible camping destinations. Return to your favorite

spot or discover a new one by searching for the campsite that’s right for you.

The Recreation.gov app helps you find and book campsites, review location details for your trip, and quickly access information on existing camping and ticket reservations from almost anywhere.

The current release does not support making reservations for tickets, permits, and day-use facilities or purchasing passes.

Features:
• Search unique campgrounds and individual campsites across the country
• Discover personalized recommendations based on your location
• Filter search results by what’s important to you and your trip (price, amenities, site type, and more)
• View photos and maps of campgrounds and campsites
• Seamlessly switch between interactive maps and search results
• Check real-time availability and location information for individual sites
• Review important details on activities, attractions, and experiences for your next trip
• Conveniently access your account information and your camping and ticket reservations

Whether you’re booking a weekend getaway or planning your next cross-country road trip, federal recreation activities and outdoor adventures start with Recreation.gov.