Drive the Great River Road 4+

Pilch & Barnet

Designed for iPad

    • 1.8 • 32 Ratings
    • Free



Explore the Great River Road National Scenic Byway, America’s best scenic drive. Use the map to follow the path of Mississippi River on a beautiful route that stretches 3,000 miles through 10 states. Find dramatic scenic overlooks, intriguing museums and fascinating historical sights. Discover wineries, gardens, farm markets and more. Get valuable state travel information. Drive the Great River Road today!

What’s New

Version 2.1

• Update to support iOS 13
• Fix "no internet connection" bug
• Update to use Mapbox v5.9.0

Ratings and Reviews

1.8 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

cddayton ,

Great idea but doesn’t work

This app is a great idea but it needs bugs fixed. No matter how many times I deleted and reinstalled the app the map portion never did work. It would load the river road, but none of the state lines, other roads, or any other information - just two squiggly lines on a blank page which wasn’t helpful at all. Some good information in some of the menus, but I had to go look at other maps to figure out where they were. I hope the developers fix this app because it would be great if it actually worked!

Minhala ,

Crashy and a pain to navigate.

I love the idea of this app, and the map is very nice. However, when you look for attractions such as wineries, instead of displaying the results on the map it gives a list. All well and good, except if you click on the website there is no way to get back to the list when you're done other than going back through the menu and redoing your search. Same if you use the Show Location on map button. Which, btw, is not displayed for all attractions. So I tried copying the website link and opening it in Safari. Except then when you try to go back to the GRR app, it crashes and you have to redo your search AGAIN. It gets old quickly.

sf38374 ,

Good idea but needs update to fix issues

The app is useable but one entire menu section “State Travel Information” is broken. The links will take you to the state’s website and as soon as it loads a box pops up and tells you that you need to be online. And of course you do and of course you ARE, but the app is blocking you from accessing the info you downloaded the app to get. Not cool.

The other menu options DO work and so it’s still worth getting, it just is not as good as it could be or pretends to be.

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