So in about a year I'm taking my kids on the long promised Disneyland vacation...essentially I'm out of excuses as to why we can't go anymore so we're going. Anyway, anyway, as part of my searching for maps/guides, etc. for that area I came across this site:
...and thought I'd share. Looks like a good addition when visiting one of these places.
Looked at their site, and I was wondering if the maps work on a C5xx or C3xx or Nuvi for that matter? I see that they work for the handheld units. Does anyone know?
Yes they work for the: Nuvi 300, 310, 350, 360, 660
and the StreetPilot c310, c320, c330, c340, c510, c530, c550, c580
they list all the compatable GPSr here:
They say their maps are compatable with mapsource also.
I missed it. Will probably use them.
Thanks for the link. Went there and got all the info. This is a great idea! Just wish it had been around 20 years ago when my son was little! Oh well it will probably come in handy for the grand kids.
Thanks again for the link.
Just trying to do my part.
It's been long time...life has kept me away something about kids growing and keeping me busy.
Anyway sorry for dredging up this old post, but I want to report back regarding these maps since I'm the one who originally posted about them...
I just purchased the Disneyland/California maps for a trip next month and made a discovery. For all garmin GPS units made for use in a car...street pilot, nuvi, etc...all the rides are not truely searchable. Here is a part of the email response that I got from StoneMaps support when I asked why I couldn't find the rides via a search:
"Rides are found under "Geographic" or "Manmade Places"
I don't have Street Pilot in front of me right now, but I am pretty sure that Garmin has not included a search category for "Geographic". However, you can still find the rides by doing something like the following:
Where to? >> Spell Name >> (don't type anything) >> Done"
So if I'm at the park entrance and trying to find say Splash Mountain I can either browse the map or search a list of everything for it. A little disapointing.
I assume that this would not be an issue for handheld GPS's that are for outdoor use like hiking.
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