Create Mobile Interpretive Tour and Wayfinding Apps for the National Park Service
OnCell has given us the opportunity to connect more people with Virgin Islands National Park. Our app is a 'ranger-in-your-pocket" experience that helps guide visitors, engage youth and inform locals about their park in real-time. We love OnCell for making it possible for our little organization to think big in the 21st Century!
- Tonia Lovejoy, Development Director, Friends of Virgin Islands National Park
Allow your visitors to easily explore your park’s history, discover historic sites and points of interest, and locate trailheads or amenities.
Provide the Most Current Information, at Any Hour
With instant, unlimited updates, an OnCell mobile app for your park can answer the most common questions your staff receives, such as hours of operation, entrance fees, or trail info.
Orient Your Visitor
GPS-enabled mobile phone tours have a location-awareness feature that helps create a custom experience for your visitors depending on where they are within the park.
Multi-language support allows you to reach more visitors and serve international travelers.
Instant Visitor Notifications
Push time-sensitive custom messages to visitors, such as road closures, weather alerts, or special events.
OnCell mobile tour apps work with accessibility options on most devices for the visually and hearing impaired. Learn more.
Multiple Points of Access
With OnCell, visitors can access your tour via web app that is available for all smart devices, native iOS and Android apps, a local phone number, Google Field Trip, and our own unique NPS Portal App that houses all of our NPS tours.
Gather Visitor Feedback
Give your visitors the opportunity to share their thoughts to improve the visitor experience, alert staff of issues at your site, and allow them to easily contact your staff.
Saratoga National Historic Park partnered with OnCell to launch their newly redesigned mobile tour app. Our teams worked closely together to create a custom branded app to achieve the iconic National Park Service look and meet their strict design standards. The self-guided audio tour serves to educate visitors about the pivotal 1777 Battles of Saratoga during the American Revolutionary War.
The app features over 30 points of interest, including images and an audio tour for the battlefield. An additional hiking trail tour provides an immersive soundscape with two distinct paths, one for adults and a student-narrated one for children. Visitors can discover points of interest with location aware GeoAlerts and GPS-enabled maps.