Camping: Life’s Great Adventure

Camping: Life's Great Adventure

Camping is one of life’s great adventures. You get to hike in the wilderness, kayak, bike, and read in nature. It’s rejuvenating to take a break from the city, to say the least. But what’s the last time you turned a road trip into a camping expedition or pitched a tent somewhere along your travel route? It’s probably near-impossible to pinpoint. Why?

Campsites on public land often book up to six months in advance. Even if you want to take a trip to connect with nature, you can’t.
Luckily, a new startup is on the scene to fix this unfortunate problem. With 3.5 million users, Hipcamp creates new campsites by unlocking access to beautiful private lands such as nature preserves, farms, and ranches. It’s launching all over America to give residents a totally new way to camp, even if it’s at the last minute. (Of course, that makes it perfect for a last minute addition to your adventures!) The best part? Most of its campsites are on land previously inaccessible to the public and waiting to be explored.
Here’s how Hipcamp is augmenting America’s travel plans this summer:

1. Each Booking Gives Back to the Land

While enjoying nature, you can also be confident that you’re helping sustain it. Each Hipcamp booking allows landowners to share their corner of nature with the world while generating the income they need to keep the land in their hands. It’s great for the environment and a gift to future generations of nature-lovers.

2. Users Can Book Campsites at a Moment’s Notice

Hipcamp offers 10,000 private campsites nationwide—and, adding thousands more every month, it’s enabling Americans to opt outside, no matter how last minute. Most private campsites can be directly booked from its site, offering a convenient way to track a night of camping onto a fun road trip.

3. It Provides Unmatchable Experiences

Each private Hipcamp booking offers a unique experience that goes far beyond traditional camping. Want to explore your own private waterfall, pet baby farm animals, or learn how to harvest grapes? It’s all accessible through Hipcamp. No tent? No problem. Stay in a tent, a yurt, a treehouse, a tiny home, a glamping tent, and more. This is especially convenient for baby boomers, who might not appreciate sleeping straight on the ground!
Adventure is out there—and it’s waiting for you and your family to come explore. Browse Hipcamp listings here, and we’ll see you out there!

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