Updated January 2022
I love and use the RV trip planner, Roadtrippers when I’m planning my RV travels. I find it easy to use, but powerful. I love the detailed maps it develops as I plan.
Google is Watching You
Each January I like to write a yearly post about the previous year’s travels. I recently got an email from Google about my travels. This was a big surprise to me because I had no idea my location history was turned on and exactly what it does.
I find this tracking a bit creepy but here it is, in my inbox. I have since turned this feature off.
RV Trip Planner – Roadtrippers is My Favorite
During our Fall 2019 and Winter 2020 trip, we visited 35 states. I was able to plan and map out my significant stops, places I had reservations, and sites I had decided to see along the way. This allows me to have a loose itinerary and fill things in as I go along. After it’s all completed, I have a great record of my trip including dates, stops, attractions, miles traveled, etc.
The maps show attractions I had never heard of so it opened up my options for places to see along the way. I love a good roadside attraction. This is how I found out about the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum.
I love that I can go back and see this trip on my RV trip planner (Roadtrippers) whenever I need information.
During our seven-month trip, we towed the trailer 10,773 miles. We hit all four “corner” states, Washington, Maine, Florida, and California. We drove many more miles without the trailer. We visited these National Parks and Monuments;
- Acadia National Park, Maine
- Badlands National Park, South Dakota
- Death Valley National Park, Nevada and California
- Devil’s Tower, Wyoming
- Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
- Saguaro National Park, Arizona
- Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
- Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming and Montana
Give an online travel planner a try. You’ll find you love them as much as I do.
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