A Brooklyn tourism company focused on making nature-focused trips easier to access has announced an expansion that doubles the number of locations it operates.
Getaway has carved out a niche for itself by building tiny cabins—50 to 150 square feet—in relatively remote locations that are actually within two hours of a major city including New York. Its latest expansion includes nine new locations near Atlanta, Chicago and Washington. When complete at the end of the year, the expansion will bring its total cabin count to 1,000 from the current 784, it said.
The expansion also includes Getaway’s first two upscale campgrounds, one of which is in the Catskills.
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