Real Men Use Maps

And evidently so do real women.  This new app, MAPLETS, boasts map downloads in the millions.  
Do you use Google Maps in your travels?  MAPLETS, compliments Google Maps with 10,000 offline maps in the US and worldwide including Yosemite, New York Subway, London Tube, Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, State Parks, and more! 


This is great for RVers because you can download maps when you have online access at your campsite so that when you are traveling and online access is not guaranteed, the maps can be at your fingertips.

There is an initial cost of $2.99 to download the app.  Then you can download and store maps of national parks, state parks, metro, subway, bike maps, ski resorts, college campuses, zoos, theme parks and more! Never a charge for any map downloads.

It was surprising to see that even campgrounds had their site maps in there.  One of the reviewers raved that they called to get a map they wanted into the app and within a week it was there.  (Think I'll call and submit Hidden Valley RV Parks site maps.) You can see a list of all available maps at Here are some examples: 


1000+ National and State Parks, including:
Yosemite National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Grand Canyon National Park
... in fact, ALL the US National Parks, National Monuments, National Seashores are available
State Parks in every state
Local parks such as Central Park, Prospect Park, Griffith Park …


300+ Metro, Subway, Bus and Train system maps
New York City Subway
London Tube Map
Paris Metro
Washington Metro
San Francisco Muni

… and many more!
I've never even heard of many of these but it seems there is NO map unavailable.  


500+ maps for bike routes, rail trails, ATV, OHV or snowmobiling, including:
San Francisco Bike Map
Portland Bike Maps
St Louis Bike Map
Washington DC Bike Map
Many rail trail maps
… and much more!

And then there are SKI RESORTS, UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES, ZOOS, THEME PARKS … There are just too many maps to list!


Every map download is free, with a continually updated source of maps.
Fast Display – Much faster than viewing the equivalent PDFs
Once maps are downloaded, they are stored on the device for quick access even if you have slow or no internet connection at the location.
GPS location for supported maps (see website for complete list)
The app remembers the last map you used and what you were looking at
Notification of new map updates
Hotlinks to get up-to-date information such as weather, snow report. Requires live internet connection.

Check out the app description pages available at the download links above to view the many reviews, mostly 4 or 5 stars.  I was impressed.  

Any travel apps that you can't live without?  Please share them in the comments.

Teri welcomes you to Hidden Valley RV Park

Teri Blaschke is the RV Park operator of family owned HiddenValley RV Park in San Antonio, TX and writer of the park blog “A Little Piece of Country in San Antonio.” Teri contributes to various other blogs with a focus on either travel or social media and how it relates to the outdoor hospitality industry but her passion is serving the RV travel community by providing a memorable RV camping experience and growing the Hidden Valley RV family.  Connect with us on Google+, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter@HiddenValleyRV

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