We’re happy to host winter campers at select Tentrr campsites. You don’t need to have experience winter camping to camp with Tentrr. Be aware that winter camping is an adventure, you aren’t renting a cabin this is still tent camping and you should be prepared. Your tent will have either a propane heater or a wood stove. Either of these options keep the tent warm, but you’ll still need to bring lots of extra blankets, warm clothes, firewood and plenty of food and drink.
Contact your CampKeeper before you arrive and inquire about roads and snow conditions. Remember, Tentrr doesn’t give weather-related refunds. Our tents are hospitable to any kind of weather.