We also use our phones/iPads as internet hot spots, but are limited to 45 GB’s a month (between all three). With Joe’s heavy video upload needs it’s a must that we find fast WiFi at least 1 day a week.
If you’re building an RV or van working setup… you should checkout our Working from the Road post.
As of right now this is a fairly limited list because we didn’t have the foresight to keep track of this from the beginning of our van life journey.
***THIS LIST WILL BE UPDATED REGULARLY***
30 down / 55 up
74 down / 22 up
– Sitting outside
27 down / 33 up
8 down / 33 up
– This didn’t perform like 33 up.
Whole Foods Market
45 down / 43 up
South Suburban Brand Library
49 down / 49 up
– You can enter the library with a mask on.
47 down / 43 up
– This was from the parking lot of the library.
4.36 down / 1.53 up
– From courtyard in back.
19 down / 12 up
– From parking lot.
– It seems like this isn’t the actual speed. It’s slow.
– Crazy people hangout near the library.
81301 Coffee Shop
75 down / 11 up
– Great people work at this coffee shop!
Aspen Street Coffee Co.
– Speeds were not bad, but I forgot to grab a test.
Grand Junction CO
CO National Monument Campground (Loop C)
Verizon – 6 down / 0.14 up
AT&T – 1.9 down / 0.99 up
37 down / 17 up
– This was outside of Whole Foods parked as close as we could get.
42 down / 7 up
– This is from the parking lot.
La Verkin UT (near Zion)
River Rock Roasting Co
5 down / 4 up
– Good coffee, food, pastries, and lots of places to sit and work.
100 down / 100 up
– For some reason we could only get phones to connect to the WiFi. Computers wouldn’t connect.
– Outdoor seating only
– No power
The fastest internet we’ve found in the area, but seating closed during COVID :-(.
Moab Grand County Library
37 down / 7 up
*Not as fast but usable from parking along the street.
Moab Coffee Roasters
***INTERNET IS NOT USABLE***
Good coffee but not worth stopping if you need WiFi. Don’t be fooled by all of the people outside with their computers. They are on hot spots because the WiFi doesn’t work.