A Roadpass Pro membership unlocks premium features on Campendium plus three of our favorite RV apps!
- Plan unforgettable journeys with up to 150 stops on Roadtrippers.
- Enjoy in-app RV GPS and unlimited access to 15,000+ overnight RV parking locations in Togo RV.
- Get automatic Gold status on RVillage, the largest social network for RVers.
Plus, enjoy up to $5,000 in member savings.
Here are the great benefits you’ll get while using Campendium:
1. No More Ads
While we love our advertisers, we must admit banner ads can be distracting from the content that we all want to focus on. If you are not a Roadpass Pro Member, you probably see a bunch of ads on this page.
And to those of you who are Roadpass Pro Members, the only thing you need to do is log in to your account to make those pesky ads go away.
2. Filter by Reported Cell Service
When someone writes a review on Campendium, they can also report how many bars of cell service they had at that location. All users can see that data on the campground detail pages, but what if you wanted to know earlier in the search process if people had usable cell service at a location? Well, Roadpass Pro Members can do just that by filtering their search results. Current carriers include Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile.
How do I filter by cell service on the Campendium Website?
Search for a location you would like to camp by entering a city or place into the search box. Once you are on the search results page, click on “More Filters” (on a desktop), “Filters” (on a tablet), or the filter icon (on a phone). Scroll down to the “CELL” section and select the carriers you would like to see.
How do I filter by cell service on the Campendium app?
Search for a location you would like to camp by entering a city or place into the search box. Once you are on the search result screen, click on the filters icon in the top right corner of the screen. From there, you will scroll down to the “Cell” section and select the carriers you would like to see.
3. Filter by Elevation
Filtering by elevation is useful if you are looking to go to higher ground for cooler temps in the summer or the opposite in the winter. Some people find it hard to breathe at higher elevations or may have other health concerns and wish to steer clear of locations over a certain elevation.
On the Campendium website, you can dial in how high or how low you want to go in the filters panel on the search results page. Click on “More Filters” (on a desktop), “Filters” (on a tablet), or the filter icon (on a phone). Scroll down to the “ELEVATION” section and drag the slider to the left if you want to remove the higher locations or slide it to the right to eliminate the campsites at lower elevations.
4. Coverage Maps
In addition to cell service reports from Campendium reviewers, Roadpass Pro Members can view an overlay of the Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile coverage maps on the search results page! Simply navigate to the search results page on the Campendium website, click on the cell bar button in the bottom right corner of the map and select the carrier(s) you would like to see.
Wireless service providers’ network coverage map data is provided courtesy of the Federal Communications Commission. Data is for general information purposes and “actual coverage may vary.” You should be aware that service breaks can occur even in areas that appear to be covered.
5. Public Lands Maps
When planning to camp on public land, sometimes it’s nice to see the boundaries. Navigate to the search results page on the Campendium website, click on the public button in the bottom right corner of the map and select the public agency you want to see.
Public lands map data is provided courtesy of the National Park Service, National Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Arizona State Trust Land. Data is for general information purposes only. Please note that private land may appear within a public land overlay. Please contact the appropriate management office to verify boundaries.
6. Smoke Maps
iOS & Android app
The Smoke Map feature allows campers to check for wildfire smoke conditions in the areas they’re planning to travel to in real time.
Selecting the Smoke overlay offers a way to monitor smoke conditions while planning for your next campsite – or knowing when it’s time to leave your current campsite. Light, medium, and heavy smoke coverage are contained in a single overlay. While smoke maps are updated regularly, wildfires and smoke spread rapidly. Do not rely on overlay map for precise coverage. Contact local authorities for the most up to date information and advice.
7. Favorites on Search
website & iOS app – Android coming soon!
You can save campgrounds to your favorites by clicking the heart on the campground page. All users can view them in their profile, but only Roadpass Pro Members can see them on the search results pages.
Navigate to the search results page on the Campendium website, click on the heart button on the right side of the map and select “Favorites Only” to see the favorites you have saved on the map. Note that if you don’t have any favorites in a particular area, there won’t be any pins to see.
If you want to see your favorites mixed in with all the campgrounds in the area, click on the heart button in the bottom right corner of the map and select “Show All.”
8. Trail Maps
Have you ever wondered if there was a hiking trail near your campground? Roadpass Pro Members can now turn on trail maps by clicking on the new layer icon. (Hint: On search results pages you’ll need to zoom in to see trails). Learn more.