Grab ahold of your hiking boots because Harvest Hosts, the RVers’ holy grail of unique camping, just dropped CampScanner! Now, RVers, tent campers, and all outdoor lovers can access a database of 12,500+ campgrounds at 4,900+ parks, helping them snatch up elusive spots at sold-out campgrounds and receive notifications when the camping stars align.
How does CampScanner work?
Planning a summer trip to National Parks can be challenging due to the high demand for reservations. However, CampScanner simplifies the process by scanning Recreation.gov, CA.gov, and Reserve America for cancellations. The handy tool will notify campers when new spots become available at their desired parks and dates. When an alert appears, campers can quickly book their spot through the campground’s booking system.
CampScanner offers three pricing tiers: Basecamp ($39/year), Trailhead ($49/year), and Summit ($79/year). These tiers differ in scan frequency and the number of scans available, covering destinations like Yellowstone National Park, Zion National Park, Glacier National Park, Yosemite National Park, and many others. Scans are conducted every five minutes, matching CampScanner users with thousands of daily last-minute cancellations.
Campsite FOMO is officially a thing of the past with CampScanner – just make sure your notifications are turned on and keep your fingers flexible for speedy clicking when the opportunity arises.