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Old 06-07-2016, 04:15 PM   #31
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Another FYI...Allstays is a great app for finding campsites. Also campsitephotos.com for a photo of most campsites so you can see the dumpster next to the site, or the steep incline, etc.!
If you like non commercial campgrounds, the Ultimate Campground Project has apps for iPhones & Androids, as well as a POI collection that can be added to your GPS.

While Allstays does have a filter that lets you search for non commercial campgrounds, the Ultimate Campground Project seems to include many that Allstays doesn't. I use both...
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Old 06-07-2016, 06:58 PM   #32
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If you like non commercial campgrounds, the Ultimate Campground Project has apps for iPhones & Androids, as well as a POI collection that can be added to your GPS.

While Allstays does have a filter that lets you search for non commercial campgrounds, the Ultimate Campground Project seems to include many that Allstays doesn't. I use both...
I use The Ultimate Campground project, they also have a Canadian version. It's brilliant for the price.

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Old 10-03-2016, 01:10 AM   #33
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If you like non commercial campgrounds, the Ultimate Campground Project has apps for iPhones & Androids, as well as a POI collection that can be added to your GPS.

While Allstays does have a filter that lets you search for non commercial campgrounds, the Ultimate Campground Project seems to include many that Allstays doesn't. I use both...
awesome.

purchased.

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Do you folks use the app or POI's. I had the app but the subscription ran out, then the phone crapped out.
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Do you folks use the app or POI's. I had the app but the subscription ran out, then the phone crapped out.
We bought the Allstays app for $10, good for 1 year. It went to our cloud and is available to all our devices.
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Old 04-19-2017, 05:35 PM   #36
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On the other end of the state a very pretty waterfall is the centerpoint of Palouse Falls State Park near Starbuck, WA. While only dry camping, you have a choice of a couple of tent sites that have room for a small trailer in the parking area or setting up in the overflow parking area.

I was lucky - there was no host, so I got the full hookup host site. Some photos start here.

Probably not worth going to the other end of the state just for the falls, but if you are in the Walla Walla area it is worth a stop.
The website shows this as tent-only. I take it that if you fit, you can stay?
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