At Tentrr’s new backcountry sites, campers can now bring their own equipment to private camping sites that have no existing infrastructure. Sites can be booked online and feature secluded spots alongside lakes and rivers, on sandy beaches, or on top of mountains.
According to a press release, for those who might need to rent an extra tent or forgot their cooler at home, CampKeepers can rent camping equipment such as pop-up tents, sleeping pads, coolers, kayak or bicycle rentals, or farm fresh eggs and vegetables for an additional fee with “Tentrr Extras.”
In addition to new backcountry sites, Tentrr is also adding partner sites to
its platform that will still offer privacy and seclusion but are perfect for campers who want a little more luxury. Partner sites offer numerous glamping amenities from a personal chef on your own island, ensuite bathrooms, and a cooler full of farm fresh goodies waiting for you in your tent.
Founder Michael D’Agostino said, “We were inspired to add backcountry sites to our platform because we ran across so many incredible places to camp but for one reason or another we weren’t able to install our signature fully-equipped campsite. However, we still wanted our campers to have access to these incredible camping spots.”
Currently, Tentrr has over 200 backcountry and partner sites on its platform that start at $25 per night. Over the course of the summer, Tentrr is on track to add another 1,000 over the course of the summer.
Backcountry and partner sites are in addition to Tentrr’s existing network of signature sites that come fully-equipped with an elevated wood platform with a canvas-safari style tent, queen-sized bed, wood stove, Adirondack chairs, picnic table, benches with storage, fire pit, grill, sun shower, camp toilet.