“No Tent? No problem” is a multipart series highlighting Hipcamp properties designed for an easy-in and easy-out. No one said camping had to be hard? Hipcamp offers a variety of camping experiences – from primitive campsites to cabins like these, Hipcamp’s mission is to help people get outside.
Photo: Julian Bialowas
“The loft is through the garden and attached to an ancient live oak tree. It has lake views, water, a single bed (can be a double if needed), and is perfect for 2 people.“
Photo: Nic Castellanos
“Wondernut Farm is an absolute gem. Not only is it within striking distance of Yosemite (who doesn’t love Yosemite), it is inhabited by a friendly collection of animals and people alike. The landowners are terrific and go out of their way to make you feel welcome and a part of the community.“
Photos: Alyx Schwarz
“Nearby is the game court, which can be set up for badminton, volleyball or croquet.“
Photos: Ryan and Bernadette Morgan
“The perfect mix of wilderness and refinement. A little bit like camping—with an outdoor kitchen (with two-burner camp-style stove) and fire pit, a compost toilet, and solar panels instead of electricity—but instead of a tent you’ll bunk in a restored homestead cabin “bunkhouse” and take a hot-water shower.”
Photo: Doug Gribble
Photos: Kelly Flournoy
Highlights include: plunge pool, working kitchen yurt, Yo-sem-i-te views!
Photos: Madison Kotack
“Open to hikers, bicyclists and equestrians. Pack a lunch and make a day of exploring! Or just hang out on the deck, read a book and listen to the sounds of nature all around you.“
Photo: Gianna Rankart
Photos: Nic Castellanos
“Peace and tranquility: that’s how I’d describe the ambiance at the Cottage and its area.“
“Located on 10 acres in picturesque Bonny Doon, this bed and breakfast is an enchanting place to relax, reconnect with nature, and experience life on a working farm.“
Photos: Kelly Flournoy
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“You can hear the seals and waves…We have a forty acre sustainable farm. You can pick veggies or a few eggs for breakfast from our forty five chickens. In the fall you are welcome to harvest some fruit to eat off our one hundred fruit trees.“
Photo: Sabrina Silk
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Photo: Staci Shepherd
“Cozy, rustic, romantic cabin completely renovated tucked away in the rolling hills of wine country.“
Photo: Aubree Larson
Photo: William Reveley
In just 11 steps and 20 days, you can have this heavenly cabin on your land too.
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