Camping Made Easy with Tentrr
Ready, set, camp! Meet Tentrr, the ready-to-go, camping made easy experience that is like having your own camping personal assistant. If you’re looking for a glamping excursion, this probably isn’t your thing as it is more traditional rustic camping. For those looking to get away and recharge in the great outdoors, read on!
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What makes Tentrr badass?
Private land, secluded space, and hassle-free camping so you can refresh, rejuvenate, recharge, and regroup.
The land owners (Camp Keepers™) are there to help! They love sharing their space and are very accommodating when it comes to providing info. and extras that will enhance your time camping. Plus, most hosts are Fido-friendly.
No electricity so you can actually unplug (don’t try to sneak those battery charger packs in your sleeping bag, we see you).
Camping Made Easy
Your tent is ready to go and they even provide a second one if needed! You have an awesome CampBox for food prep and a table for eating, a grill for easy camping meals, a not-as-scary-as-it-sounds “Tentrr Loo”, an outdoor shower, and a fire pit for s’mores, ghost stories, and bonding. Hassle-free happiness.
It’s totally reasonable. Prices start at $100+ fees per night. Plus, sign up on their website as a VIC (Very Important Camper) and score 15% off.
Current locales are in New York, Maine, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut, so if you’re NE based you can feel like you’re in another world just a few hours away.
You can sort by price, location, activities like hiking and kayaking, and other features (including four “Zombie-proof” sites, yay) so you can snag the campsite that works best for you and your crew or family.
They even provide a Recommended Packing List of camping trip essentials just like a real PA (though they won’t come to your house and pack for you, sorry about that). Hopefully that will help you avoid taking your entire life and wardrobe with you. Plus an easy guide for starting a fire, using the equipment, and more once you’re there.
You can have a nudist experience if that’s your thing. Probably leave the kids at home if you’re into that. Just saying.
They have wood-burning stoves so if it’s chilly so you can snuggle up and get cozy!
The Tentrr season starts again in May and runs thru Thanksgiving, so you can start planning your low-key, camping made easy experience now. Happy camping!