While summer might be the best time for tent camping, fall’s brisker weather makes it the perfect time for no-tent-necessary experiences. Ever tried staying in a treehouse? In a micro cabin on an alpaca farm? Fall’s the time.
Enter Hipcamp [https://www.hipcamp.com/discover]—a startup that creates new places to stay in nature by unlocking access to beautiful private lands such as nature preserves, farms, and ranches. With 3.5 million users, Hipcamp helps campers enjoy the outdoors—in all seasons.
To celebrate the start of fall, Hipcamp has hand-picked the most unique nature stays around the country:
>> Vintage 1850 Log Cabin Camping: Indiana (near Kokomo) https://www.hipcamp.com/indiana/heritage-farm-stay-adventure/vintage-1850-log-cabin-camping Calling all alpaca-lovers: this cabin is in the middle of an alpaca farm.
>> Dockley Ranch Camp: Missouri (between Sparta and Ava) https://www.hipcamp.com/missouri/dockley-ranch/dockley-ranch-camp Get ready to hike to your own private waterfall.
>> Fern Creek Tiny House: South Carolina https://www.hipcamp.com/south-carolina/thus-far-farm/fern-creek-tiny-house Go fishing in the reservoir behind this farm—then snuggle into your cozy tiny house.
SEE HIPCAMP’S FALL FOLIAGE MAP HERE: www.hipcamp.com/discover/fall-foliage-map