Take a look at our favorite Eat See RV resources for RV life, international travel, hiking, digital nomad life, and sustainable living.
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The Dyrt is the #1 rated camping app on the market with over 1 million+ user-submitted campground reviews. They have fun monthly contests with great prices, allow you to download maps for offline use, plus their route planning tool is super helpful for planning a big trip. Get 90 days free by using code “ESRV”!
Boondocker’s Welcome allows you to camp for free overnight on private property. This has been a major help in or near large cities. While there is a small annual fee, it’s made up for with just three nights of camping. Properties are located in Canada and the USA.
Campendium is our go-to website for finding RV camping. It’s free to join (with an option to upgrade) and has user-submitted reviews and helpful information about thousands of RV campgrounds across North America.
iOverlander is new to our camping arsenal but has become one of our go-to resources for finding free camping around the WORLD. Designed for off-grid, iOverlanding rigs more than RVs this free resource can be a helpful way to find stealth camping or beautiful off-the-beaten campgrounds. We used iOverlander almost exclusively to plan our Mexico trips.
Enjoy wine, golf, farms, fresh fruits & vegetables, or historical places? Then you will love camping at them!
Harvest Hosts is a membership website that allows RVers to camp at unique locations throughout North America for free. This is one of our favorite ways to stay on long trips across the country. Get 15% off when you join by clicking the image above.
Tired of trying to book campsites to discover everything is full? Arvie allows you to book campsites with ease even at sold-out campgrounds. Its SOS (sold-out-search) feature will automatically search for cancelations based on your travel dates and RV needs. If one opens up, it will book it for you automatically! This has helped us score amazing spots at hard-to-book campgrounds even in peak season!
RV parts and accessories
If you’re looking to camp off-grid, a quality solar setup is a must. We’ve used Renogy’s solar panels and charge controller on all 3 of our RVs. Visit their site to see their lineup of solar panels, charge controllers, inverters, and more! If you don’t know what any of that means, check out our RV solar series here. Get 10% off using code “RenogSolar10”.
Carrying a motorcycle with you? Mototote’s motorcycle carriers are of the best quality with an intuitive design. Our Mototote carrier has traveled 30,000+ miles including 10,000 miles through Mexico holding up extremely well. Get 10% off your carrier with the link above and code EATSEERV. Discount applies on the payment page.
E-trailer is a one-stop shop for any and all RV parts and accessories. From new sink faucets, hitches, windows, awnings, steps, and more E-trailer’s got you covered. Plus E-trailer is backed by incredible customer service and offers free shipping on orders over $99.
Starlink is a lifesaver for digital nomads. This device allows us to have great connectivity in even the most remote places.
The set-up of the device every time we move is a bit annoying but it’s 100% worth it and our main way of getting internet on the road.
If you’re looking to upgrade your RV mattress look no further than Plushbeds. We love that it’s free of chemicals that can cause serious health risks, birth defects, and even cancer – chemicals that, believe it or not, are commonly found in most mattresses.
E-bikes are such a fun way to be able to travel. We love our Lectric e-bikes. Not only are they affordable, but they are lightweight, foldable, high quality, and get up to super-fast speeds.
Miscellaneous RV memberships and resources
Choosing the right extended warranty for your RV can be tricky. While there are lots of options with different plans and prices, we feel confident recommending Wholesale Warranties. Think of it as peace of mind for big costly expenses down the road!
Thrive Market is an online store that has an extensive selection of healthy, organic items to fit any diet. They will ship your market items directly to you wherever you are in the US. Their prices are 25% – 50% off normal store prices and allow us to have our favorite products no matter where we are traveling.
Need a domicile? Escapees is one of the largest networks of full-time RV’ers. Their membership offers a monthly magazine (which is great), the opportunity to meet up with other RV’ers, and crazy discounts for insurance, tires, and more. They also offer “clubs” which allow you to meet up and caravan with fellow full-time RV’ers.
General travel resources
RV travel is our preferred way to explore, but sometimes renting a home, apartment, room, or villa is easier (and cheaper). When family comes to visit or we plan a trip abroad Airbnb is our preferred way to stay.
Traveling full-time in a van or RV means you go through a lot of fuel. That’s why we love Upside a free app that gives you cash back when you fill up. They’ve partnered with thousands of gas stations across the USA to help you save. Can you say CASHBACK? Use code “QSB5P” to get $0.15 back PER gallon on you 1st fill up!
Amazon Prime is an annual membership that allows you to get FREE 2-day shipping on most products on Amazon. Considering we don’t stay in places for too long, this is a lifesaver. We also love having Amazon Prime for streaming movies and shows and discounts at Whole Foods.
Get 30% off your first order here.
Want to learn a new language or simply brush up on basic speaking and listening skills before your next trip? italki offers one-on-one language lessons with native speakers from over 150 different languages. Liz used italki to brush up on her Spanish in Mexico and the weekly lessons helped tremendously. Classes start for as little as $5.
Whenever we travel internationally, we make sure to secure travel health insurance with SafetyWing. Their plans are super affordable and offer fantastic coverage with a low deductible. Get a quote with the form above or click the link before your next trip.
Revolut is a financial app that makes traveling SO much easier and safer. Their debit card allows us to withdraw cash with ZERO AMT fees and offers a much better exchange rate than most banks and credit unions.
You can also do domestic and international transfers with little to no fees. It’s my go-to travel card now and has saved me so much money.
We prefer to use miles when possible for booking flights. I mean who doesn’t love a free flight. But if we are going to pay for a flight we make sure to book our flights through Going. Going constantly searches for flight deals alerting you when prices are a steal. It’s how we scored tickets to Panama for 60% lower than their normal rate this year. Or how we locked in tickets to Spain for less than $400 roundtrip!
Need to make a cover image for your youtube videos? What about a beautiful post for facebook, instagram, email header, and more. Canva allows you to create visually appealing images for marketing or your website from pre-created designs or with your own creation. We use a lot of their royalty free images too as a part of their Pro membership.
Music makes or breaks a video. It can evoke emotion or it can turn a viewer off. If you’re a creator on Youtube there’s nothing more important than having high quality, royalty free music.
Epidemic sound is by far the best resource for amazing beats that to accompany the perfect scene and setting for every video. It has a massive library or royalty free music to set the mood.
Musicbed is another fantastic resource for royalty free music. One thing I love about this subscription is that it sources music from more well-known artists. The cost is a little more than Epidemic but it’s diversity in music makes it well worth it.
Navigating the world of Youtube can be incredibly intimidating. And at times, down right difficult to decipher. Tube Buddy‘s tools help me do things like tag research, SEO ranking, and even split test thumbnails and titles to see which performs better.
Being Mac users, we chose to edit our vlogs with Final Cut Pro X. It’s a professional editing software that allows me to make our vlogs come to life. I love that it’s also a one time payment for the program for life.
Wordpress.org is the suggested platform for bloggers who want to make money from their site. But using .org instead of .com means you will need to self-host (aka choose a hosting company). I previously used GoDaddy hosting, but recently switched to SiteGround.
Improved speed, larger storage space, fantastic support, and easy to use interface are just a few of the reasons I switched. If you’re interested in signing up for Siteground hosting click here.
Lightroom from Adobe’s creative suite is our go-to resource for editing photos. All of the photos found here on this blog and additionally on Instagram, Facebook, or other social platforms have been tweaked with Lightroom. Lightroom helps him make a good photo into a great one.
If you’re uploading photos to your blog you need to compress them. It helps the load time of your website, retaining viewers, and making your website in general run better. Tiny PNG allows you to upload up to 10 photos at a time for free or unlimited uploads if you join their annual membership. Also their logo has a panda. We love pandas!
Staying in touch with your audience is crucial in building a following. We use Convertkit for our email correspondence and love how we can create specific email series for our different audiences. We’ve used other services in the past, but have moved all of our business email to Convertkit because of it’s ease and functionality.
Uber makes it super easy to catch a ride wherever you are. Clean cars, friendly conversation, cheap fares. We use both Uber and Lyft to see who has better rates, quicker pick up times, or a discount for the month! If you’re new to Uber, use code Xergu when you sign up.
Lyft makes it super easy to catch a ride wherever you are. We love using this to get to and from big cities. We use both Uber and Lyft to see who has better rates, quicker pick up times, or a discount for the month! If you’re new to Lyft, use code LIZ 663987 when you sign up!
We cut cable a long time ago. Now we use a smart TV to stream our favorite shows on Hulu. We still get all of our favorite cable TV shows, and even movies. The best part…no commercials! At $13.99 per month, it’s hard to say no.
Audible allows you to download and listen to books. For full time RV’ers that love a good story, this is a definite must. We love listening to books on the road and you can choose from millions of books.
Podcast addict is a free app (for android users) that allows you to listen to your favorite podcasts. There’s nothing like a good podcast to help pass a long drive. If you have an iPhone, iTunes or any other podcast app will work. This is just the one we use since we’re android users.
We love that a good book can bring us comfort, joy, hope, passion, or knowledge on the road. And we’re so excited to have found Bookshop.org that allows us to order and get great books shipped to us while supporting independent book stores! 75% of profits go directly to writers, publishers, and stores across the nation. You can see our favorite books here!