America’s Best Hipcamps of 2019

After casting tens of thousands of votes on your favorite 2019 Hipcamps throughout America, the Hipcamp community has spoken and the results are in! Check out where Hipcampers recommend pitching a tent, parking an RV, or glamping in our official Best of 2019 winners list. Pro tip: Be sure to save your favorites to make 2020 adventure planning even easier.

Nominees were chosen based on trip reviews, camper feedback, bookings, and other factors that support a great camper experience. States with higher listing volumes were given a maximum of 25 nominations, and states with fewer listings received a maximum of 15 nominations.

While this list highlights this year’s community-voted favorites, we’d like to wholeheartedly recognize the positive impact of each and every Hipcamp Host who shares access to their land get more people outside. Every Hipcamp Host enables deeper and more plentiful connections with nature and each other, and directly supports our vision to leave the planet better than we found it.

Thank you for being a part of our community! We can’t wait to see what adventures we’ll experience together in the year ahead.

Alabama: Lakeside Pigs Pears & Fishing

Alaska: Camp in Alaska’s Last Frontier

Arizona: Friendly Pines Cabin

Arkansas: JB Trading Co

California: Oceanview Couple’s Corner

Colorado: Get Lost at Glen Isle: Tent Sites

Connecticut: Meadow’s Edge @ The Forest Garden

Delaware: Between the Ponds

Florida: Grateful Hammock

Georgia: Black Creek Retreat

Hawaii: Laule’a Lotus Retreat

Idaho: The Cabin in the Meadow

Illinois: Wine Trail Wilderness

Indiana: Vintage 1850 Log Cabin Camping

Iowa: Tipi Camp-Walking Stick Adventures

Kansas: Camping on the Farm

Kentucky: In the Corn Fields by the Lake

Louisiana: Cajun Retreat Campsites

Maine: Riverbank Tent Sites

Maryland: Edible Landscape Farm

Massachussetts: Just Be Cabin

Michigan: The Copper Cabin

Minnesota: P2 Rendezvous Adult Resort

Mississippi: Creekside Farm Co.

Missouri: Midwest Shipping Container

Montana: Primrose Meadows

Nebraska: The Sanctuary

Nevada: The Handlebar Ranch

New Hampshire: Paca Hill Farm

New Jersey: Fiber Farm, Your Tent & More!

New Mexico: Tortilla Bus

New York: Boulder Point Tent Camp with baths

North Carolina: Pisgah Forest Mountain Meadows

North Dakota: Binford farm

Ohio: R&R Ridge

Oklahoma: Gates Nature Preserve

Oregon: Art, Spirit, & Nature – Ffynnon!

Pennsylvania: Oh! Pear Orchards

Rhode Island: Queen’s River – Historic Grist Mill

South Carolina: Table Rock Tea Company

South Dakota: Solace Farm

Tennessee: Glamping at Deer Camp

Texas: Boulderdash Site#2 RV

Utah: Water Canyon Cliffside Tent 1

Vermont: Glamping on the Farm!

Virginia: Blackwater Birds and Bees

Washington: Tent Camping @ConTenTment Acres

West Virginia: The Byrds Nest on the River

Wisconsin: Purplehaze Acres


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