Top Van Life Sites

Top Van Life Sites


iOverlander is a mapping website and app that allows its users to located areas of interest for overnight camping, water, dump stations, parking and many others needed essentials for vanlifers. Users give locations and comments on these essentials services throughout. It’s a community based project started by Sam Christiansen and Jessica Mans. This is the main site for many vanlifers on determining where they are going to spend the night. 

The Dyrt

The Dyrt is a campground website and app that details almost all o thef campgrounds in America. Although there are multiple campsite apps out there, The Dyrt seems to be one of the easiest website to navigate making it perfect for Van Life.  


Outly is a digital platform that provides you with the tools you need to get outside. It provides you with a map overlay of all the landownership of a particular area. That landownership included Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land, State, local and private property. This allows Vanlifers the ability to determine where they can spend the night.

It’s an excellent website that shows, you guessed it, free places to camp. It’s a community based platform similar to iOverlander. Free campgrounds can be hard to find in Southern California. The website helps by giving you a simple, map based search engine to find free and cheap camping areas. Community reviews and ratings provide you with up to date information and help you select the best camp site for your next camping trip.


Campendium is a webasite and app that provides it users camping information. The information includes the loaction on RV parks, boondocking, free campgrouns, national and state parks. It’s users provied comments on each location. It’s a great resource for any van lifer.

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