I have a Garmin Oregon, and while it is possible to load gpx files with custom points of interest using the Garmin Basecamp software (https://www.garmin.com/en-US/software/basecamp/), there are a couple of restrictions that make it less than optimal.
the software seems a bit outdated
sometimes it just doesn't work, but you don't get any good error messages
Short answer: yes, and I do this with my Inreach Explorer+. Garmin supports GPX files, among other file types. I have a monthly charge because I wanted the messaging/SOS functionality.
It seems you can do similar with a 65S and Base Camp and no montly charge.
And yes Garmin software is clunky. I have learned to mutter and shake my head.
You are supposed to be able to load custom points of interest onto Garmins from a PC. Here is a full set of instructions, though they may be rather dated.
Rather simpler is loading waypoints. On my old Extrex the name was limited to very few characters, but that was partly because of the very simple screen.
Many applications of GPS technology are now ...
OnX maps is a service that will allow you to add maps to a GPS either via a sd card or usb adapter. You are able to customize the layers that are displayed in the map.
The service does have a pricing depending on the number of states that you want.
There is: Garmin has it on a subscription based service called BirdsEye. It's not free, but is apparently unlimited on compatible devices. I am sure there are other ones out there too. All it took to find was a very quick google for "GPS with satellite view", and it was right at the top of my links.
Note that for most people interpreting a ...
Garmin offers a "BirdsEye" product which is satellite image files that can be loaded directly onto a handheld GPS receiver.
Use your BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription with BaseCamp™ to quickly transfer an unlimited amount of satellite images to your device, with frequent updates, and seamlessly integrate those images into your handheld’s ...