MAP OVERLAY FILES
Download the map overlay files: - Click HERE. The megafile of includes all pushpins on this site. Unzip and open the file in MS S&T. Also, see the new instruction for importing and updating this file HERE and a short video about this.
GARMIN GPS USERS - Click HERE for downloads and instructions for adding all WalMart (WM, SuperWM, WM locations with fuel, and WM locations that prohibit overnight parking) and Pilot Flying J POI's and icons on your Garmin GPS. Note also that additional information regarding WalMart is available by clicking a link in the menubar at the top of this web page.
ICONS - Download the ICON file if you need it for your GPS.
RECENT UPDATES (Reset 1/01/2017)
OVERVIEWHere is where you can find a lot of map overlay files for your mapping software or stand-alone GPS. Most of our files are RV-related and compiled by fellow SKP?s ? without their help, this project would not be possible.
All files are on the DOAI server, hosted by Fleetwood. All files are zipped, so you will need to unzip them before you can use them.
The file download page contains a column for the email address of the person that is maintaining the file. Please email that person with any changes or new information. Also, there is a README column. Many files have a README file that you should review as it contains information pertinent to the map file.
There are five specific files you can download for each map overlay (such as Passport, FlyingJ, etc):
Microsoft Streets and Trips
POI Management tutorial
STAND-ALONE GPS OR OTHER MAP SOFTWAREGPSBabel is an easy-to-use program that can convert almost any map file from one format to another. If you own a stand-along GPS and would like to use these files, or if you own a different map software program, GPSBabel is for you. Download GPSBabel HERE. Consult your owner?s manual for the type of file your device or program supports for import
MISCUpdate notifications are sent via email to members of the Yahoo Group escapeeboondockers. You may want to join this group as it is also a great place to get help.
Would you like to contribute a map file or volunteer to update an existing file? Contact Bob Cook.