Rent a tent

Rent a tent

Startup matches landowners with campers
Michael D’Agostino, right, sits with Robert and Sally McCracken at their Tentrr campsite in Sand Lake, N.Y., on June 29. D’Agostino, CEO of Tentrr, says it’s like Airbnb or Uber for the great outdoors, providing a platform for landowners to earn some cash by sharing secluded and scenic sites for camping.
Michael D’Agostino, CEO of Tentrr, sits in front of a tent at one of the startup’s campsites on private land in upstate New York on June 29.
A picnic table and cabinets at a Tentrr campsite on a 200-acre organic farm in Berlin, N.Y., near the Vermont border. The dining setup is standard equipment provided by Tentrr, along with a safari tent, Adirondack chairs and other gear.
Michael D’Agostino, left, sits with David Derstine at his Tentrr campsite on a 200-acre organic farm in Berlin, N.Y., on June 29.
Sally and Robert McCracken relax at their Tentrr campsite in Sand Lake, N.Y., on June 29. Michael D’Agostino, CEO of Tentrr, says it’s like Airbnb or Uber for the great outdoors, providing a platform for landowners to earn some cash by sharing secluded and scenic sites for camping.

Rent a tent

Michael D’Agostino, right, sits with Robert and Sally McCracken at their Tentrr campsite in Sand Lake, N.Y., on June 29. D’Agostino, CEO of Tentrr, says it’s like Airbnb or Uber for the great outdoors, providing a platform for landowners to earn some cash by sharing secluded and scenic sites for camping.
Michael D’Agostino, CEO of Tentrr, sits in front of a tent at one of the startup’s campsites on private land in upstate New York on June 29.
A picnic table and cabinets at a Tentrr campsite on a 200-acre organic farm in Berlin, N.Y., near the Vermont border. The dining setup is standard equipment provided by Tentrr, along with a safari tent, Adirondack chairs and other gear.
Michael D’Agostino, left, sits with David Derstine at his Tentrr campsite on a 200-acre organic farm in Berlin, N.Y., on June 29.
Sally and Robert McCracken relax at their Tentrr campsite in Sand Lake, N.Y., on June 29. Michael D’Agostino, CEO of Tentrr, says it’s like Airbnb or Uber for the great outdoors, providing a platform for landowners to earn some cash by sharing secluded and scenic sites for camping.
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