We’re excited to announce the unlocking of free data coverage maps—for everyone—now available on Hipcamp.com.
At Hipcamp, we believe in free access to public data that makes it simple for everyone to get outside.
“We’re proud to be the first outdoor stays company to offer free in-platform access to this data,” says Hipcamp CEO Alyssa Ravasio. “During the past several years, we’ve seen a tremendous increase in the number of digital nomads using Hipcamp to find incredible places to work from nature. Placing public mobile coverage data behind paid membership walls or costly subscriptions greatly limits who can be confident about planning their outdoor stay, and we’re pleased to offer all campers richer information about what they can expect when they get outside with Hipcamp.”
Find Hipcamps and public campgrounds that have cell service.
• AT&T LTE coverage
• T-Mobile LTE coverage
• Verizon LTE coverage
• U.S. Cellular LTE coverage
• Starlink coverage
Explore public lands to help plan your adventures.
• 423 National Park Service units
• 150+ National Forests and Grasslands
• 700+ Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Monuments and Wilderness areas
• 500+ US Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Refuges
• 200+ National Wild and Scenic Rivers
As of today, maps are available at hipcamp.com/search on any desktop or mobile web browser. Map layers are coming to our native iPhone and Android apps soon!
Yes! We’re working hard to unlock access to public land and cell service maps in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Stay tuned for more.
No. Too often outdoor industry apps take advantage of publicly funded open data and obscure it behind “pro” memberships or subscription paywalls. Hipcamp is made by Outdoor Enthusiasts for Outdoor Enthusiasts, and we don’t seek to capitalize on this open data.
We’re always looking for fun ideas and feedback from you—check out the maps and let us know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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