And, of course, tap into the wealth of knowledge such communities nurture no matter the camping enquiry.
Such self-help environments are empowering for you can often get quick replies from people with firsthand experience.
Community engagement is vital to encourage and help people to learn those skills that we believe actually define a camper. And this is something we are keen to promote amongst our community.
While there the following question was raised: Sitting in the sun on a good campsite may be relaxing but does that make you a camper or someone who holidays in a tent? Our thought is that it is learning camping skills and gaining experience in a wide variety of conditions is what makes a camper. It builds the confidence that helps you get the most out of your outdoor life as you realise you can cope with any problem. This is why we am pleased to introduce the Outwell Community
Stories to help all Outwell campers develop these skills. We love seeing Outwell campers helping Outwell campers. It is this desire to see campers get the most out of camping life that drives us keep innovating and developing.
If you would like to tell us about a favourite campsite and feel that you can write a review and send pics following our format then drop us an email and let us know. We are also always on the lookout for Outwell volunteer community reporters who are able to write more than five reports a year. Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org