Thanks for wanting to share your campsite with other Adventure Know-How members! Your submitted campsite(s) will be featured on the Submitted Campsites Map here on the site. Fill out the information below to submit your spot. Please read through everything before you submit. Thanks! Get in touch if you experience any difficulties. Non-members are welcome to share their campsites and be featured on the Wall of Thanks, but only logged-in members will be able to see the map. To submit more than one campsite, simply refresh this page after you’ve submitted one and seen the little green “Thank you” box.

NOTE: We are currently accepting only free campsites that you can drive to. No hike-in campsites, no paid campsites.

If you clicked YES above, you have the option of entering a URL here to get a link back to your website, Instagram account, YouTube channel, etc.
If the campsite or camping area already has an established name, use that name. If not, name the campsite after a nearby place name (i.e., a road, creek, valley, etc.) or prominent feature of the campsite (e.g., Giant Boulder Campsite, Fallen Tree Campsite, etc.). Note that we will use our best judgment and may not use a name that you submit.
How many nights did you spend here?
If possible, give us the month and year that you camped here. The exact date is not necessary. Examples: "October 2020" or "Summer 2016"
Give a general idea of where this campsite is. Some examples would be "Bighorn Mountains in north-central Wyoming" or "10 miles west of Moab in eastern Utah."
Please list your GPS coordinates above. Any format is acceptable. Information about finding the coordinates on various devices through Google Maps can be found here (clicking will open the page in a new window).
If you know the elevation of the campsite, list it here to the nearest 50 or 100 feet (e.g., 3,450 feet). If you don't know the elevation, that's fine. It's not required (and we can quickly figure it out).
Factors that could affect how you feel about a campsite include views, crowd level, nearby traffic level, amount of trash present, size, etc.
How good is the road to the campsite? Is it paved? Is it suitable for any vehicle? Is medium clearance (e.g., an SUV) required? Is high clearance (e.g., a lifted truck or SUV) required? Is 4WD required? Is it suitable only for cars, SUVs, vans, and trucks, or can big motorhomes or trailers use it? Have these questions in mind when you describe the road quality.
Describe how you found the campsite. Did a friend tell you about it? Did you see it listed in a Facebook Group or on some other website? Did you just stumble across it on your own? Did you scope it out on Google Earth?
How good was the cell signal here, and what carrier were you using? For example: "Weak AT&T" or "Strong Verizon" or "Spotty T-Mobile from the hill behind camp."
Is it BLM land? National forest land? National monument land? Private property? Be as specific as you can (e.g., Tahoe National Forest). If you don't know, don't worry about it. We'll figure it out.
Describe the campsite. What's it like? What are the good and bad parts of it? Are there any views? How crowded or busy was the area?
If you have anything else to say about this campsite or area, or if you have notes for the Adventure Know-How admins, write it all here.
Click or drag files to this area to upload. You can upload up to 2 files.
Photos are not required but are recommended if you have them. Up to 2 photos (no more than that) are allowed. Upload high-quality images when possible (there is a 36 MB per file size limit). Allowed file formats include .png, .jpg/.jpeg, and .heic. If the image uploading doesn't work for some reason, you can email your photos separately as attachments to We will blur any license plates and faces (unless you tell us otherwise).