When writing a blog post to share advice and tips for finding success while hosting with Hipcamp, we thought we’d turn to the very best — current Hipcamp Hosts. Hanging hammocks so campers have just the right view of Mt. Shasta, sharing extra produce and eggs to instill a deeper connection to the land and, at the very core of Hipcamp, opening up their land to others, Hipcamp Hosts are the real experts.
For now, let’s dive in:
1. Clarity is best
Put this into action
Keeping the availability of your calendar up to date is a great way to make sure campers know what to expect when they first interact with your listing. Whether you have chosen to accept Direct Bookings or Requests to Book, frequently updating your calendar will save you time and from having to decline or cancel bookings. If you Host on any other platforms, is also a great step.