AutoCamp’s Dollar-a-Night-Program donates to local non-profit organizations AutoCamp, the premier outdoor lodging brand, announces over $60,000 in philanthropic donations from Dollar-a-Night-Program. AutoCamp’s Dollar-a-Night-Program contributes one dollar from each night a room is booked to an environmental-focused non-profit organization unique to each property. To date, AutoCamp Russian River has raised over $4,600 for Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods, a non-profit organization that partners with the Russian River Sector of California State Parks to promote, restore and protect the resources in the parks; AutoCamp Yosemite has raised over $44,800 for Yosemite Conservancy, the only non- profit dedicated to supporting Yosemite National Park, and NatureBridge, who connects with students to inspire stewardship of the planet; and the newest property which opened last April, AutoCamp Cape Cod, has raised over $11,300 for The 300 Committee Land Trust, who preserves the natural places of Falmouth. AutoCamp’s partnerships have totalled over $60,000 in donations across all three properties. “Building connections between guests, our team, and local community is a core value at AutoCamp,” says CEO and Founder Neil Dipaola. “Our Dollar-a-Night-Program partnerships signify AutoCamp's continued dedication to improving the environment in the communities where we have outposts and beyond.” This announcement coincides with the brand's recent expansion announcement of three new properties including Joshua Tree, Catskills, and Zion. AutoCamp Joshua Tree, opening December 2, has partnered with Mojave Desert Land Trust, a non-profit that protects the Mojave and Colorado Desert ecosystems, for its Dollar-a-Night-Program. About AutoCamp AutoCamp makes it easy for people to experience the outdoors. With stylish accommodations in modern Airstream suites and luxurious tents, the outdoor hotel lodging company has locations in the Russian River Valley, Yosemite National Park, and Cape Cod. AutoCamp has revolutionized outdoor hospitality by bringing high-end, boutique-style amenities, mid-century modern design, and welcoming hospitality to some of the world’s most beautiful natural places. The company has been recognized by TIME as World’s Greatest Places 2019 and by AHEAD as New Concept of the Year 2019.