National parks are being added to Hilton’s list of destinations.

License Global

March 4, 2024

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Hilton AutoCamp Yosemite.
Hilton AutoCamp Yosemite.© 2024 Hilton (Aaron Leitz)

Hilton has announced a new exclusive partnership with outdoor hospitality company, AutoCamp, to offer Hilton guests an experience that blends the spirit of an outdoor adventure with the hospitality and design-forward thinking of a boutique hotel, in spectacular settings that include properties adjacent to popular national parks. 

AutoCamp stays will be bookable on Hilton’s direct channels in the coming months, giving Hilton guests direct access to outdoor hospitality that goes beyond “glamping.” Hilton Honors members will be able to earn and redeem points and enjoy exclusive member benefits while experiencing locations across the U.S., such as Yosemite, Joshua Tree and Russian River in California; Zion, Utah; Cape Cod, Mass. and Catskills, NY; with Asheville, NC and Sequoia, Calif., opening this summer and Hill Country, Texas, next year. 

“We know today’s travelers are craving adventures when planning their next trip, and that’s why we look for innovative and like-minded partners like AutoCamp,” says Chris Silcock, president, global brands and commercial services, Hilton. “This is the first time a major hospitality brand and outdoor lodging company have come together in this way to create even more choices for travelers while redefining the outdoor hospitality experience.” 

Each AutoCamp location creates an experience that provides a comfortable and simple way for guests to immerse themselves in nature. Through an exclusive relationship with Airstream, AutoCamp offers custom-designed Airstreams, cabins, luxury tents and other unique accommodations. Located at the heart of each AutoCamp is The Clubhouse, the social hub of the property, which serves food and beverage options from The Kitchen, and offers grab-and-go merchandise and retail items from a boutique market. Appointed to reflect its locale, each Clubhouse is designed by notable architects with a mid-century modern aesthetic. Surrounding The Clubhouse, sprawling grounds are punctuated with multiple common areas, including communal fire pits, trails, swimming pools (at select locations), group meeting spaces and other outdoor amenities. 

“Our mission at AutoCamp has always been to reconnect people with the outdoors and each other,” says Neil Dipaola, founder, chief executive officer, AutoCamp. “By partnering with an incredible global brand like Hilton, we’re able to introduce Hilton Honors members to a new hospitality experience rooted in nature – bringing them closer to the country’s most iconic national parks and explorable outdoor destinations without sacrificing the highest caliber of hospitality and comfort they expect.” 

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