AutoCamp Expands to Four New Locations in 2023

The Company's Upscale Glampsites are Coming to Texas, North Carolina, and Two Popular National Parks

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Travelers looking to experience AutoCamp’s premium glamping service will soon have four new locations to add to their bucket list. The company has announced that it is expanding operations with plans to open four additional sites in 2023. As its other locations, these campsites will feature a blend of upscale amenities and a deep immersion in nature.

The new campgrounds include AutoCamp Asheville in North Carolina and AutoCamp Hill Country, located in Texas, about 80 miles west of Austin. The other two new destinations will be national park-adjacent, with AutoCamp Zion coming to Utah and AutoCamp Sequoia opening in California. These locations join existing sites in the Catskills Mountains, on Cape Cod, and near Yosemite and Joshua Tree National Parks.

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As with AutoCamp’s existing sites, the new locations will allow visitors to book a stay in a luxury tent, a premium cabin suite, or a renovated Airstream travel trailer. An onsite clubhouse serves as a gathering place with plenty of activities, games, snacks, and opportunities to socialize. The company even offers organized “experiences” that make it easy for guests to explore the local area while going on hikes, kayak tours, bike rides, and other adventures.

Glampers looking to visit AutoCamp’s new locations will need to be a little patient. According to the company, the Zion site won’t open until the spring of 2023, with AutoCamp Asheville following in the summer. The Hill Country retreat—the largest AC campground yet with 110 total accommodations—is scheduled to open in late 2023, with AutoCamp Sequoia following suit around the same time.

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AutoCamp already has dedicated web pages for each new location with beautiful photos and hints of what to expect from each campsite when they open next year. Travelers can also sign-up to receive email updates on the progress of each site, including when the company will begin taking online reservations.

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