RVing is the ideal time to unplug and enjoy the peace, quiet and serenity of nature. Several apps for RVer enthusiasts can make your adventures even more enjoyable, productive and exciting, though. Consider the benefits of 13 Canadian camping apps as you enhance your next RV trip.

Learn to Camp

Whether you’re a newbie to camping or have camped all your life, the Learn to Camp app will introduce you to Canada’s national parks. The free app also offers advice, tips, checklists, and tons of other information that help you plan and enjoy your next trip, whether it’s a last-minute adventure or in the works for months.

Coleman Camping

Simplify your camping trips with the free Coleman Camping app. It includes packing tips, expert gear recommendations, ways to repel critters, and checklists for every trip. Use the app to search for campsites across Canada, too.

Wikicamps

One of the must-have Canadian camping apps, Wikicamps allows users to share pictures and enter information about campsites, roadside rest areas, and points of interest. The app also includes an active forum. Discover content that helps you plan your next road trip and share facts about each adventure when you use this app.

Canadian Red Cross First Aid

In an emergency, you may not remember how to perform CPR, treat blisters or handle other common first aid challenges. With the Canadian Red Cross First Aid app, you get step-by-step instructions and videos. The free app gives you confidence whether you camp close to home or explore the backcountry.

SAS Survival

Be prepared to survive in a variety of conditions with the SAS Survival app. Create a survival checklist, use the sun compass, and access the photo gallery to identify animal tracks, edible plants, snakes, and knots. While there is a cost to buy the SAS Survival app, you can use most of its features even if you don’t have an internet connection.

Flashlight

Whether you’re hiking, biking or relaxing by the campfire, a flashlight will come in handy and could save your life. Download a Flashlight app and improve your visibility in all conditions and any time of year.

Weather Network

Of all the available apps for RVers, the free Weather Network app could be one of the most important. Use it to check weather conditions so you’re not caught by surprise during your next hike or cross-country drive. The free app also includes a long-range forecast that helps you be prepared for every trip.

All Trails

Search over 100,000 trail maps and get reviews along with driving directions when you use the free All Trails app. Filter by trail difficulty or search for trails that are wheelchair accessible, kid-friendly, or dog-friendly. You can also save your favourite trails, record your distance, pace and GPS location, and share your activity with family members and friends.

Spyglass

Navigate RV parks, backcountry trails and urban settings with the Spyglass app. The toolkit includes an advanced compass, GPS, maps, augmented reality navigator, and coordinate converter. You can also track, find, save, and share your location in real-time.

Sky Guide

Hold your phone to the sky, and the Sky Guide app will identify stars, constellations, planets, and satellites. The app works with or without an internet connection, making it useful for educational or entertainment purposes anytime and anywhere you travel across Canada.

Audubon Birds

Bird lovers and RVers who are interested in identifying and/or learning about birds can use the free Audubon Birds app. This educational and entertaining app includes pictures and notes about the appearance, habits and location of various birds. You can search by bird name and shape, play bird calls, and save and share bird sightings, too.

iTrack Wildlife

Identify over 71 North American mammals with the iTrack Wildlife app. Try the free Lite version or upgrade to Pro as you identify animal signs and tracks around your campsite, during hikes and in your backyard. As a bonus, you can access information about each species without an internet connection.

Geocaching

Discover the wonder of high tech treasure hunting and stay physically active with the Geocaching app. First, find a geocache, then share your experience on the app’s logbook. The app is useful as you explore Canada and when you return home.

Before your next adventure, download these 13 Canadian camping apps. They each serve a unique purpose and can help with everything from packing your bags and hitting the trail to identifying the birds and animals around your campsite. We also invite you to share other apps for RVers as we enjoy the great outdoors together.

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