Road atlas helps campers safely arrive at their destinations
If you're traveling in an RV to a campground that you've never been to before, the last thing you want to do is get lost. Although GPS systems can be helpful for navigating, they may have trouble receiving satellite signal out in the woods. For this reason, it's best to have a hard copy of a map to help you along the way.
One option for campers who don't want to get stuck looking for directions on the side of the road is the 2011 Good Sam Road Atlas. This spiral-bound guidebook has easy-to-read maps for travelers who want to make sure they're on the right path while driving to their desired destination.
"I like this Road Atlas because the page to the maps are [on a] spiral ring," wrote one Camping World customer. "The maps are easy to read and understand."
The 2011 Good Sam Road Atlas has up-to-date information on interstates and provides bridge heights for travel trailers. This product is a must-have, whether you want to use something other than a GPS or simply want peace of mind while on the road.