The USA Sticker Map on our camper starts more conversations than almost any other piece of flair on our RV.
It shows where we’ve been and where we need to visit.
Today we’re not only sharing where to get an RV sticker Map for your RV, but also the definitive rules for using it!
Let’s dive in.
Did We Make the Map?
Yes and No. We didn’t make the actual sticker map, but we did manufacture the metal plate that it’s applied on. We placed the metal plate over an old & broken vent cover.
Our 1979 Airstream Argosy has an interior map. It was a little too distracting to stick on the outside.
It just happened to be the perfect size for the sticker map.
However, you don’t need to make any special place to adhere the sticker. It’s made to be applied on the inside or outside walls of your RV.
Where Did We Buy the RV Sticker Map?
We bought ours on amazon after searching “USA RV MAP”. There are a number of different options, but this was our favorite design.
You can also find them at your local Camping World.
Unlike the sticker map pictured above, this version is a little more traditional. Keep in mind, if you don’t like stickers on your RV, you can place it on your RV fridge.
What are the Rules for Using an RV Sticker Map?
The best part about the sticker map is that you make your own rules for it!
For us, we only apply stickers for states we stay overnight in with our camper.
This means, during our road trip across the US in a rental car, we didn’t get to add any new stickers. It also means a Hawaii sticker might be very expensive to add!
Here are the other RV Sticker Map rule variations:
- Driving through a state.
- Sleeping in the state (RV, hotel, or AirBnB)
- Bumpin’ Uglies in the state
- Must Boondock (free camping) in the state.
- Every new RV starts a new map (no transfers).
Let us know if you have a unique rule for applying the state stickers!
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