Campspace, a new Dutch sharing economy startup, is like Airbnb but for the outdoors. Rather than offering travelers access to rooms inside apartments and houses, the company lets users rent out spaces like roofs and balconies for urban camping expeditions.
Through Campspace, users with extra outdoor space are free to offer it up on the site (for significantly lower prices than indoor accommodations, naturally.) People happy to enjoy the outdoors while exploring a city then have the option to rent out these spaces through the Campspace website.
The company is set to offer its full and growing catalog of urban campgrounds in the coming months, with a special publicity event to kick it off. This event will feature some of the service's most appealing campsites, including tents in the Amsterdam Olympic Stadium.
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