Submit Your Camping Stories

The best camping stories don’t usually come from the biggest expeditions or the most luxurious campsites — they come from those nights spent in tents and lean-tos, telling stories before bed, swapping life experiences with new friends, and waking up to the sound of a nearby bird. Stories about campfires, not electricity; about steak on a stick instead of filet mignon; and about getting dirty instead of staying clean.

Stories about running into friends and family at the local campground, or the smell of fresh-baked bread in the morning. Your Stories about modern conveniences, not ancient styles of outdoor living.

Man Preparing Bonfire in Camping

The first step in your “blogging journey” will be to create a blog post about yourself and why you’re interested in pursuing this task. Please feel free to share some personal anecdotes with us to give us a better understanding of who you are and what your goals are.

Being a blogger is more than just writing entries. If you are chosen, we would expect two posts per week on our website Content may range from news updates to camping stories, and traveling as a whole (and anything in between).

Articles should be around 500-10,000 words, depending on what kind of post it is. You will be given leads by us on stories if you need inspiration for something to write about. We will expect you to be in contact with us if you have any questions about what kind of post is best for a specific lead.

We are looking for someone who can write well, has a good command of the English language and understands how to write news stories and opinion pieces. If all goes well, this person could become a member of Outdoor Lines‘s team on a full-time basis.

How to be a part of Outdoor Lines

If you want to be a part of our website, please send us your camping story and those “memories”, which you would like to share with others.

It can be about your own camping experiences. Please, don’t think in terms of a classical form (like A/B) for your story, just as free-float prose is more welcome than formal essays.

You should know that every submission received will be put under review and will pass a moderation process before it gets published on the website. Below are our minor requirements for your story submission.

Bushcraft shelter

If you are camping in a bushcraft shelter, share your stories about how you made it, any problems you ran into, and advice about what to do before leaving for your next trip.

Hobo Camping

If you have ever spent time living in a hobo camp share your stories, insights and suggestions.

Signal mirror

On a hike or camping trip have you ever been forced to use a signal mirror to alert possible rescuers? If so share some advice, tips and tricks when using this survival tool.

Fire poker

It is always a good idea to bring a fire poker with you on your camping trip, but have you ever had to use it for any purpose other than tending the fire? If so let us know about it.

Camping in Bushcraft Shelter

Campfire cooking

Campfire cooking is an art-form in itself, which may be why it has become a lost art. If there are some good stories out there about what is the best way to cook over an open campfire then this would be the place to start.

Camping with kids

Because children make up the future of our camping trips let’s share some thoughts about camping with kids and also some tips for doing so.

Camping in Winter

In winter camping can be a whole new experience, especially if you are used to summer time camping. So, if you have any tips or advice to share on winter time camping please take advantage of this opportunity to share your experience and knowledge.

From the plains of Africa to the Arizona desert, explore the many different types of camping. Show off your photos and stories in this site and let everyone know about all the different ways to camp.


Create two posts per week for our website. All content must be original and adhere to copyright policies.

Answering questions from fans and readers in the comment section. Also, connecting with our Facebook, Twitter and send us a email on to promote your own articles.

We expect you to use clear writing, proper grammar and good spelling in all posts. If we notice a decline in the quality of your work, you may be asked to discontinue your internship.

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What are the best stories you’ve heard? What greatest camping experience have you had? Do you have any camping tips and tricks? Share your thoughts with us.

Please tell us about yourself and why you think you would be a good fit for this role! If you have any questions for us, feel free to ask.

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