The Coop Cabin was voted the best Hipcamp to visit in Alaska this year. Photo courtesy of Hipcamp
As of this writing, the CDC is recommending a pause in travel due to the Covid-19 pandemic, so consider this story as a way to plan for future trips.
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to rage on in the United States, camping has become a great way for couples, families and solo travelers to take a much-needed break from compact city apartments and get back to nature in a safe, outdoorsy environment while staying away from others.
Hipcamp—a popular Airbnb-like website where you can find and book anything from tent camping and luxury glamping experiences to unique accommodation options like treehouses, cabins and RV parks—recently conducted its annual Best Hipcamps to Visit survey, allowing readers to vote for their favorites in each state (except for North Dakota and Rhode Island). Here’s a look at the winners and their starting prices, listed below by state:
Alabama: Parksland Retreat, from $25 per night.
Alaska: The Coop Cabin, from $79 per night.
Arizona: Jason M.’s Land, from $55 per night.
Arkansas: Red Fern, from $25 per night.
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California: Madrone Tree Hill, from $48 per night.
Colorado: Glen Isle Resort, from $35 per night.
Connecticut: Mickelberry Forest Gardens, from $45 per night.
Delaware: The Draper Property, from $55 per night.
Florida: 4A River Camp, from $50 per night.
Georgia: RV camping at Brooks Lake, from $45 per night.
Hawaii: 9thWAVe #OffGrid on Maui, from $150 per night.
Idaho: Windbreak Farm Alpacas, from $40 per night.