Hipcamp Launches Android App

Earlier this summer, Hipcamp introduced its first-ever mobile app for iPhone. Since releasing the app, more than half of bookings on Hipcamp now take place on a mobile device through the app and mobile web. It’s clear that Hipcampers are itching for ways to quickly and easily book campsites on the go, and we’re excited to announce that the Hipcamp app for Android is now available in the Google Play Store. 

“Camping, by its very nature, is an on-the-go experience. Now, Hipcamp can go with campers wherever they are. Hipcampers have been asking when we’ll have an Android app to help them plan their next adventure, and we heard them loud and clear! We’ve been working hard to get this app out into the world, and we’re so excited to be a part of the greater Android ecosystem to support people to get outside as often as possible,” said Hipcamp Founder and CEO Alyssa Ravasio. 

Hipcamp’s mission is to get more people outside, which is why we continue to prioritize building products and services that make it easier for people to find outdoor destinations for every occasion. With first-hand, community-sourced descriptions, photos, and reviews spanning 300,000 camping, glamping, and campervan sites, Hipcamp is the most comprehensive resource for unique outdoor stays in the US, Canada, and Australia.

Key features you can enjoy while using the Hipcamp app for Android: 

Unique outdoor experiences curated by local experts: Hipcamp showcases one-of-a-kind, undiscovered outdoor experiences curated by local landowners across the country. From camping on private orchards to glamping in cozy cabins, Hipcamping is personal, unique, and memorable. 

Comprehensive filtering for every travel need: Looking for a pet-friendly cabin in the woods this weekend? RV camping near the Great Smoky Mountains? The Hipcamp app filters campsites and lodging according to your travel needs, including price, group size, structure type, pet-friendliness, amenities (from toilets to WiFi to outdoor kitchens). You can even filter by your favorite activities, such as hiking, fishing, and surfing.   

Detailed campsite information: With community-sourced photos, reviews, recommendations, and campsite details, we’ve compiled the most relevant information to make sure you’re equipped to choose the best possible destination for your outdoor getaway. 

– All of your Trips in one place: Here you’ll find all the information you might need about any past or upcoming trips, including directions, your Host’s contact information, any rules for your stay, and a way to cancel a booking—but we really hope you won’t have to do that last one! You can also utilize in-app messaging to get in touch with your Host.

The Hipcamp app is now available on Android in the Google Play store and on iOS through the App Store. If you have questions, please visit our App FAQ. We hope you find yourself outside soon!

Hipcamp is an online marketplace where you can list, discover, and book campsites and accommodations on private and public land. Hipcamp is your go-to guide to getting outside. If you’re a landowner, Hipcamp creates new revenue streams for your business, which can help conserve your land and keep it wild. #FindYourselfOutside #LeaveItBetter

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