Philanthropy at AutoCamp

Every stay at AutoCamp supports our partner organizations, who work to protect the places we inhabit.

A dollar from every stay at AutoCamp goes back to local nature preservation organizations.

Woodstock Land Convervancy

Catskills, NY

Woodstock Land Conservancy (WLC) is a non-profit accredited land trust committed to the protection and preservation of the open lands, forests, water resources, scenic areas and historic sites in Woodstock and the surrounding area.

WLC fights climate change’s impacts to biodiversity by conserving forests which absorb carbon, preserving fields, mountains, wetlands, clean air and water streams. This work supports a vibrant and sustainable tourism ecosystem and safeguards important habitats for wildlife and plant ecosystems.

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Joshua Tree, CA

Mojave Desert Land Trust (MDLT) plays a crucial role in preserving public lands and in its 15 years of existence, has protected 100,000 acres across the California desert.

The organization’s work is made possible through collaboration with local community members, desert visitors, and other crucial agencies. Part of MDLT’s efforts include offering hands-on, interactive learning and volunteer opportunities to both residents and visitors.

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Russian River, CA

Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods (Stewards) partners with the Russian River Sector of California State Parks to promote, restore, and protect the natural and cultural resources in our parks. The sector includes Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve (outside Guerneville), Austin Creek State Recreation Area (a park Stewards is now operating), Sonoma Coast State Park (from Bodega Bay to Jenner). State Parks depends on Stewards to provide funding for the Volunteers in Parks program, facilitate educational and interpretive activities, oversee resource management and stewardship projects, and assist in the development of interpretive facilities and displays.

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Yosemite, CA

NatureBridge connects young people to the wonder and science of the natural world, igniting self-discovery and inspiring stewardship of our planet.

Through their overnight, hands-on environmental science programs, they take more than 35,000 children and teens each year into national parks to explore the outdoors, connect with their peers, discover themselves and develop a lasting relationship with the environment.

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Cape Cod, MA

CARE (Creating A Responsible Environment) for the Cape and Islands utilizes a solutions-based, engaging approach to develop and support sustainability activities for the coastal community of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket. Since 2012, CARE has funded over 60 unique projects that preserve our past, steward our present, and champion a sustainable future for the Cape and Islands. Some projects include installing water refill stations, developing a pollinator path, and creating an American sign language/deaf heritage trail.

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Zion, UT

The Zion National Park Forever Project engages in collaborative efforts with federal agencies, gateway communities, and guests to create connections to the Zion Regional Landscape leading to lifelong stewardship.

By establishing business and agency partnerships, encouraging collaborative innovation, expanding educational opportunities, funding tangible projects, and leveraging resources, the Zion Forever Project is building the next generation of leaders and stewards.

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National Partnerships


For Earth Month 2023, we partnered with the Sierra Club to further foster and promote a love of the outdoors. Together, we hope to inspire the protection of wild places through travel and outdoor recreation.

Sierra Club is one of most enduring and influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States. Founded 130 years ago by famed Sierra conservationist John Muir, the organization has expanded to amplify the power of millions of members. The Sierra Club has roots as a social and recreational society, and throughout its history, the club has lead hikes and outings, maintained trails, and built huts and lodges in the Sierras. Today, the Sierra Club is powered by national community of volunteers, advocates, and grassroots activists and regional Sierra Club chapters working on addressing climate change, pollution, environmental justice and the right for everyone to clean air, water, and a healthy environment.

We’re proud to unite with the Sierra Club through our shared love for bringing people together in the outdoors, and we’re excited to join forces with the Sierra Club’s supporters, in an effort to defend everyone’s right to a healthy world.