Remote Hipcamps can be some of the most beautiful and private experiences that help people get outside. That said, we require a few things to ensure Hipcampers have the safe and comfortable experience in nature that we are promising them.
- Clearly communicate road conditions and vehicle requirements to safely access your land
- Specify how campers should communicate with you the day they are visiting your land
- If there isn't service on and en route to your land, ensure campers are aware of emergency procedures
- Provide at least one sign to indicate campers have arrived at the right place
Safety is our number one priority at Hipcamp, which you can see in our Host Standards. If we determine that your property is unsafe for the majority of campers to visit, we may have to sleep your property.