The last resource I have to mention is, always carry a hardcopy map with you. Electronic devices can and will fail and having the ability to go old school can save headaches and strife.
Earlier, I mentioned products that I consider to be deceptive and self-servicing. These are products offering programs promoted as saving you money and enhancing your RV experience. Here are a few of them and a brief summary of why I see them in this light.
KOA: Their locations are typically priced high than all others in the area. Their discount card helps bring the cost down a little, but seldom enough to compensate for the higher than normal initial price.
Good Sam: This organization promotes itself as an RV club but is clearly designed to add revenue to the bottom line for its parent, Camping World. In addition to identifying only a fraction of the available campgrounds, most are those who have paid Good Same thousands of dollars each year to be listed and show up in search results.
I hope you have found this insight beneficial and that it saves you time and money, so you can direct it toward more RV time.