No Tent? No Problem: The Rest of the Lot

First we gave you the Tipis, Yurts and Glamps and Cabin Porn Editions of our No Tent? No Problem Series. Now, we’re you bringing you the rest of California’s unique, no-tent abodes. From treehouses to geodesic domes, these digs will make your next camping trip a cinch.

Shasta View Treehouse

Photo: Alyssa Ackerman

  • 1.5 hours north of Redding
  • Accommodates 4 Hipcampers
  • Perfect for…rustic lodgings and clean views

Treehouse at Wondernut Farm

Photo: Nic Castellanos

“It will take a lot to dethrone this as chillest seat of 2016”

  • 2.5 hours east of San Francisco
  • Accommodates 2 Hipcampers
  • Perfect for…elevating your camping vibes

Live Oak Loft

Photo: Julian Bialowas

  • 3 hours east of San Francisco
  • Accommodates 2 Hipcampers
  • Perfect for…hiding out after a trip to Yosemite

The Domes at Oz Farm

Photo: Julian Bialowas

  • 3 hours north of San Francisco
  • Accommodates 10 Hipcampers
  • Perfect for…a getting the gang back together

Camp Cruz Group Camping

Photo: Jay Kijai

“Generally amazing fung shui and coolness abounding. Gorgeous gardens, the sweetest dog, Cody, hammocks all over, so many beautiful touches…

  • 30 minutes from Santa Cruz
  • Accommodates 40 Hipcampers
  • Perfect for…your company or classroom’s next retreat

Pawnee Camp at Camp Navarro

Photo: Dan Braun

  • 3 hours north of San Francisco
  • Accommodates 20 (without tents), 40 (with tents)
  • Perfect for…reliving your Boy Scout days

The Gypsy Escape Cabin

Nash&Kim Finley

“The views are breathtaking and the little spaces of the Gypsy Escape are designed with so much love and care that feeling at home is the easiest thing to do. Leaving on the other hand proved to be quite difficult.

  • 30 minutes west from Los Angeles
  • Accommodates 4 Hipcampers
  • Perfect for…a girlfriends only weekend

The Ranch at Sky Valley

Photo: Morgan Ayres

  • 2 hours east of Los Angeles
  • Accommodates 4 Hipcampers
  • Perfect for…a pre-Joshua Tree rest stop

The Star Bed

Photo: Katherine Van Hengel

  • 2 hours east of Los Angeles
  • Accommodates 2 Hipcampers
  • Perfect for…literally sleeping under the stars

Colorful Baja Camper

Photo: Veronika Pottasch

  • 3.5 hours east from Sacramento
  • Accommodates 3 Hipcampers
  • Perfect for…viva la vida baja

Magic Bus, Russian River

Photo: Michelle Bertram

  • 1.5 hours from San Francisco
  • Accommodates 5 Hipcampers
  • Perfect for…a groovy family vacay

Sage a 1967 Silver Streak

Photo: Maureen Barley

  • 1.5 hours north of Los Angeles
  • Accommodates 3 Hipcampers
  • Perfect for… casual wine country comforts
  • Nearby: Sage’s bus-cousin, Tiffany

Dream in a Vintage Caravan Tonight

Photo: Morgan Ayres

  • 2 hours east of Los Angeles
  • Accommodates 2 Hipcampers
  • Perfect for…bathing and stargazing outside Joshua Tree

Gorgeous 1950s Airstream

Photo: Casey Massimino

  • 1.5 hours north of Los Angeles
  • Accommodates 4 Hipcampers
  • Perfect for…breezy afternoon naps
  • Nearby airstream: Sweet 1970s Airstream
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