The guide to all your favorite outdoor activities, OuterSpatial connects you with other like-minded adventurers and the organizations that protect and manage your favorite open spaces!
Use OuterSpatial to discover new places, navigate while on the trail, and connect with others who love to play outdoors. OuterSpatial makes getting outside easy by putting information about amazing destinations – including curated content, featured events, campgrounds, directions, photos, maps, and brochures – right at your fingertips.
- Browsable, up-to-date library of outdoor recreation information maintained by our partner organizations
- Beautiful maps designed specifically for outdoor usage
- Offline support for easy GPS navigation while you’re out and about
- Transit, biking, walking, and driving directions to trailheads, campgrounds, and other points of interest
- Information about events and challenges
- Real-time updates about on-the-ground conditions, along with the ability to submit your own reports
- Community tools so you can see what others are up to and share your own photos and stories
# Partner Organizations
We got our start in California, but are now actively expanding to other parts of the US. The newest OuterSpatial community is New Hampshire. Keep an eye out for more!
Some of our current partner organizations include:
- California Department of Fish and Wildlife
- California State Parks
- City of Napa
- City of Santa Maria
- Friends of Stevens Creek
- Mat-Su Trails & Parks Foundation
- Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District
- Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority
- Napa County Regional Park and Open Space District
- Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation
- Sonoma County Regional Parks
- Tahoe Donner
- Upper Valley Mountain Biking Association
Interested in partnering with us? Shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you!
Welcome to our newest community, New Hampshire! Also:
- You can now view photos for all of an Outing's stops in the photo carousel
- And, as always, many other design improvements, bug fixes, and minor enhancements
Ratings and Reviews
I downloaded this app because the CA state park I was visiting said it was being tested. So I gave it a try. I probably didn’t use it to its full ability. I’m a map geek and really liked the map part. Keep in mind, we drove into an area without cell coverage and the only part of the map we could see is where we had zoomed into from earlier in the day. I like that it keeps showing my location even when not in cell service area.
A bug: I have to tap the icon 3 times before it will open. I tried to locate tech support contact info and couldn’t find anything inside the app. In the App Store there is a link to a website but again, couldn’t find any contact info.
I don’t see the utility
This is a very awkward app. I honestly can’t see how I would use this as an avid hiker. It’s just not useful. Deleted.
Hello, and thanks for the feedback! We're working hard to make OuterSpatial more useful for avid hikers like yourself. We'll be rolling out new trail-specific functionality soon, and we're partnering with more local organizations to improve the coverage and quality of the recreation data available in the app. We hope you'll give us another try in the future!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.