Yes! If your property has a lot of wildlife activity, you can still sign up to Host through Hipcamp. With that in mind, setting expectations in your Property description is key. When setting up or editing your Property, we recommend that you be very clear about the possibility of encountering wildlife in your area.
- Require that campers keep all food stored away in a bear box or a vehicle while not in use.
- If you allow pets to accompany campers, consider adding a rule that pets be kept on a lead while on the property to prevent them from chasing or encountering wildlife.
- Provide examples of the types of wildlife in your area. If there are any potentially dangerous animals, be sure to make that very clear in your description.
The Hipcamp Insurance Policy protects you if a camper were to be injured on your property. The best insurance is avoiding incidents altogether - be thoughtful about implementing proper safety measures and setting clear rules to help Hipcampers have safe trips.
Still trying to decide if your property is a fit for Hipcamp? Check out this article: Is my property right for Hipcamp?
Click here for more information about what to add to your description.
Read this article to learn how to add rules to your property.
If you have any questions along the way, don't hesitate to reach out to our Support Team!