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Tentrr announces new camping pass option for more than 200 locations

Tentrr, in partnership with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, has launched the Tentrr Pass (State Park Edition). This allows campers to buy an annual pass good for camping at Tentrr sites with no overnight fees for the year.

Tentrr’s passholders can stay at Tentrr sites in three Nebraska’s state parks while also having access to Tentrr’s 200-plus state park locations across the United States.

Tentrr offers camping sites at Nebraska’s Ponca State Park, Louisville State Recreation Area and Sherman Reservoir State Recreation Area. It plans to expand to other state park areas in Nebraska.

The Tentrr passes provide campers year-round access to preferred locations, a spacious canvas wall tent with a queen size bed, Adirondack chairs and a fire pit.

The Tentrr Pass is available in two options. The Tentrr Flex Pass offers full access, while the Weekday Pass is valid Monday through Thursday. Both passes have no blackout dates, can be used at Tentrr state park locations nationwide and are valid for the passholder and up to three guests at no additional cost.

“Tentrr is committed to making sure everyone can experience the outdoors by making camping easy, hassle free and economical,” said Todd King, Tentrr vice president of marketing. “The new Tentrr Camping Pass (State Park Edition) delivers on this commitment. Tentrr is in the unique position to connect state parks, providing ways to increase visitation while delivering value to Nebraskans through the Tentrr Pass.”

Tentrr, the leader in ready-to-go camping accommodations, has a limited-time pricing offer for Nebraska. The offer can be found at tentrr.com/tentrr-pass.

“The Tentrr Pass will provide a great opportunity for our park visitors,” said Jeff Fields, Game and Parks’ parks administrator. “Our partnership with Tentrr has provided an innovative and easy way for people to experience our great park areas.”

For more information on Tentrr, visit tentrr.com. To learn more about Nebraska’s state parks, visit Outdoornebraska.gov.

About Jerry Kane

Jerry Kane is the news manager with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. He can be contacted at jerry.kane@nebraska.gov or 402-471-5008.

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