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Escapees launches new travel planning map

Escapees launches new travel planning map

LIVINGSTON, Texas — Escapees announced today the launch of a new and enhanced mapping tool. It is currently in the testing phase while the group works to resolve any issues an enhance overall functionality.

New features will be rolled out during the next several months.

This tool will help RVers find parking and activities along their travel routes. Below are just some of the main things RVers will be able to find when utilizing the resource:

  • Discount parking– Nearly 1,000 discount parks offer members 15 to 50 percent off.
  • Commercial members– Need to find a service or product? Escapees’ commercial members are there to meet RVers needs.
  • Boondocking and free camping– Looking for a boondocking location or a free campsite? These listings are created by fellow Escapees members.
  • Things to do — Find a place to eat, a roadside attraction, or something to do.
  • Jobs– Escapees even integrated its job board so people can search for jobs that meet their travel needs.
  • Overnight parking– In this section, RVers will find overnight parking offered by members.

When viewing destinations, people will get important information such as directions, discount amount, rates, contact information, amenities and reviews.

Escapees’ goal is to provide members with a simple and easy way to not only find a location but also to provide details they need to know about the location. People who need help getting to where they’re headed can simply click “get directions,” and Google Maps will open to provide turn-by-turn navigation.

The best part of all will be that members can submit and share their own treasured destinations with fellow members.

For more information, visit Escapees Maps by clicking here.

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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