Hipcamper of the Week: Heidi H.

Each week, we’ll be choosing a Hipcamper of the Week who inspires us to get outside. Hipcampers of the Week win a sweet MiiR x Hipcamp mug, and of course, bragging rights. How to enter? Simply share your adventures with #Hipcamp.

Our very first Hipcamper is Heidi H. who recently visited the Treehouse at Swallowtail Studio in Petaluma, CA. Congrats, Heidi!

Hipcamper: Heidi H.

Total Hipcamp Visits to Date: 5

Highlight from the Treehouse at Swallowtail Studio:

My boyfriend and I were fortunate enough to snag a night at the Swallowtail Studio tree house on New Year’s Day, which was a phenomenal place to begin 2018, and a great place to end our week-long Northern California road trip. The highlight of our treehouse stay would have to be hanging out in the treehouse at night, playing games, listening to music, and reminiscing about some of the highlights of our trip. After staying in a yurt at Bothe-Napa State Park, camping in Humboldt Redwoods State Park, sleeping in a cabin in Hendy Woods State Park, and taking in a concert and spending New Year’s Eve in Downtown Petaluma, there was possibly no better way place to cap off the trip than spending our last night in a treehouse 30 feet up in a Eucalyptus tree. I would also recommend enjoying a nice bottle of wine and watching the sun set over the rolling hills from the deck. The hosts, Bill and Michelle are beyond gracious for be sharing this beautiful treehouse.

Heidi’s Favorite Thing about Camping:

Re-connecting with nature through the various forms of camping. Whether it be car camping, backpacking or glamping, each form is built upon the same premise; to get off the beaten path, away from the everyday grind to engage in a euphoric experience surrounded by natural beauty that serves as some of the best medicine around. The experience typically sends me back into the routine recharged, yet also has me craving the next trip!

Next on Heidi’s Bucket List:

Backpacking The Narrows in Zion National Park.

Follow Heidi’s adventures on Instagram: @_adventurestateofmind_

More photos from Heidi’s Trip:

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