Our Tentrr CampKeepers are at the heart of everything we do. These are the people hosting our campers on their beautiful properties, often earning thousands in extra income each year. Now you can become part of this rich community, too.
Tentrr Signature is our highest tiered option which offers the luxury of camping with our premium campkit. With this turnkey model, you'll have the ability to manage your own micro economy, from adding unique amenities and extras to connecting campers with local activities and experiences. Learn more about Signature
Tentrr Backcountry offers the ability to share your land for a more traditional camping experience. All you need is to provide a beautiful, cleared spot so campers can set up their own tents and enjoy. Learn more about Backcountry
Earn more with Tentrr Extras
Tentrr Extras allow you to offer your campers goods and services for their trip that you can earn additional income from. They could be small touches that make the difference, like firewood or fresh produce, or more adventurous items like kayak rentals or guided hikes.
Meet the CampKeepers
Tentrr is nothing without you, the CampKeeper, a private landowner with a little nature to share. See what attracted fellow landowners to Tentrr and how it could work for you.
“It was about being able to use what we were already sitting on which I knew was valuable.”
– Hall Smyth, CampKeeper
“Tentrr is a turnkey solution to using land that is otherwise just sitting there.”
– Owen Wright, CampKeeper
“I think it’s awesome to be able to share the land and nature with other people.”
– Clare Brettschneider, CampKeeper
“It was really wonderful... I felt that we weren’t just doing it alone.”
– Ritika Wahal, CampKeeper
“There is something special about sharing what’s personal to you with other people.”
– Chris O'Donnell, CampKeeper
To read more interviews with CampKeepers, click here.
Getting started is a breeze.
You could either invest in a Signature site, which is our iconic platform and tent (and everything that comes with it), or list your land as a Backcountry site, where campers would bring their own gear. Each have their benefits and both are easy ways to earn income from your land.