Hipcamp Is the Airbnb of the Outdoors
Camping with the perfect sundown or around a bonfire with drunken friends can be one of the most erotic or fun evenings of your life. The problem though is that 60% of America is privately owned which means that most of the beautiful wilderness places are off limits, but not for long.
One company named Hipcamp thought of a solution for you who are interested in such events. What Hipcamp do is that they allow you to book privately owned areas for you and your friends to spend the night in.
How Does This Work?
Hipcamp has turned the idea Airbnb came up with and changed it for private land or public parks. So basically all you have to do is to search for a specific area or state and all available lands pop up on your map of the screen, the same principle as if you search for porn but maybe not as exciting.
Afterward, you click on the land you're interested in and a description of the land shows up, on there you'll also see the price and the owner of the land ship which you have the fortune to contact in beforehand if you haven't decided yet if you got any questions.
Get the Freedom You Always Wanted
The great thing about Hipcamp is for the time you've booked it will only be you and your friend's place for the time unless you manage to burn up the whole forest then we’re pretty sure you'll not be interrupted. And no other people or crazy hobos will be able to come and steal all your fun or take that sweet tent place you were thinking about.
The concept of Hipcamp was born when the founder Alyssa had a pretty disappointed New Year's Eve, she and some friends were going to celebrate at a park on the coast of Big Sur. Unaware that the park was also home of an amazing point break and she hadn’t brought her board. The frustration that she had no clue about this lead to her creating this kickass startup.
So Much Room for Activities!
They have got some really nice search filters such as activities, features, and amenities. Unfortunately, nudity beach isn't part of any of those options, so I guess you have to take matters into your own hands. However, if you are interested in let's say a place with a waterfall or a swimming hole just go into activities and choose that option and the site will direct you to all places who have access to one.
Right now Hipcamp has over 280,000 campsites around the U.S and they claim to be the most comprehensive guide to camping across the country, which we totally agree on. You can tell they put a lot of time and effort on their idea and they provide a lot of guides and information, so there's no question about why they’re growing so rapidly.
There's still a lot of people who owns private lands but have no clue about who Hipcamp is. That’s why Hipcamp offer anyone $100 if they manage to recruit someone with a private land to their site. So start being a pain in the ass and call everyone who owns an interesting land and get yourself some free money.