Five Easy Steps to Submit Pictures 

Guy and Girl Enjoying Camping
Photographing Nature
Canoe Ride in the Canadian Rockies

  1. Take Pictures 
Step #1 is the fun part! What could be more fun than going outdoors and taking pictures?
But before you do, please note the following picture requirements and recommendations.

By submitted photos, you give permission to use the photos for website and marketing purposes.
  • Pictures must be at least 640 x 480 in resolution for landscape, or 480 x 640 for portrait.
  • There is an 8MB maximum file size limit.
  • The pictures must accurately represent the campground or campsite for which you are submitting.
  • No explicit, suggestive, offensive, or improper photos will be posted, and should not be sent.
  • The picture should be one you took with your own camera, and not from the campground's website.
  • Pictures should not be blurry.
  • Campsite pictures should be of vacant sites, or sites with no vehicles or people.

  • Recommendations
    Click here to download a photo checklist.
  • Good pictures of campgrounds will include signs, buildings, attractions, scenery, playgrounds, swimming areas, etc.
  • Widescreen shots are welcomed and encouraged.
  • Landscape photos are preferred over Portrait style.

  • The best way to take pictures of campsites is to:
    1. Take a picture of the campsite's identifying sign.
    2. Step back and take a distant shot to see the whole campsite and surroundings.
    3. Walk into the campsite and take shots from different angles and note items of interest such as fire pit, tent area, and picnic table.
    4. If the site is rather large, try to keep a pivot point in each of your shots such as the fire pit or picnic table so viewers can visualize how the campsite is laid out.

    Your camera should keep pictures in the order of when you took them.
  • To upload your pictures, simply use the picture of the campsite sign you took from step 1 and submit the photos for that site until you reach a photo of the next campsite sign. Now repeat the steps for that campsite.

  • Close-up shots of just a campsite sign may not get approved.
  • However, it will likely get approved if the sign is in part of the picture and the campsite or surroundings are also in the picture.

      2. Login to 
    Now that you have some great pictures, let's get ready to submit them. If want to donate your picture, you can skip to step #3. Otherwise you will need a free login account and be logged in. If you don't yet have a login account, you can Click Here to create one. Make sure you are logged in and then proceed to step #3.

      3. Select Your Pictures 
    To upload your picture, browse to the Campground or Campsite using the navigation on the top right of the site. Under the Photos section in the middle of the page you will see a spot to upload your pictures. Please note that if it is a private campground, only the campground owners can upload pictures. Next, click the Browse button and select your picture file on your computer. Enter in a caption describing your picture.

      4. Choose your Compensation 
    If you are logged in, you will get 3 compensation options to choose from.

    We greatly appreciate donated pictures!
    Donations help the community by providing content, as well as keeping our operating costs down.

    Perfect for professional or freelance photographers looking to get their name recognized.
    By selecting the Fame option, your name and Website will be posted under pictures you've submitted.
    This is a great way to drive traffic to your website and generate sales or recognition.

    Earn some extra money on your travels by selecting Fortune. While it's a small fortune, it can quickly add up!
    Most public campgrounds are eligible for the fortune option but private campgrounds are not.
    Compensation rates wil be paid out as follows:

    Parks / Campgrounds
    Park rates adjust depending on the total number of approved photos for the park. Listed below are some sample scenarios to help explain.
    If the park currently has no photos and you submit five photos. You will receive $0.50 /photo for those first five photos.
    If the park currently has no photos and you submit seven photos. You will receive $0.50 /photo for five, and $0.25 /photo for the last two.
    If the park already has three photos and you submit five photos. You will receive $0.50 /photo for two, and $0.25 /photo for the last three.
  • $0.50 /photo (First 1-5 Park Photos)
  • $0.25 /photo (First 6-10 Park Photos)
  • $0.10 /photo (11+ Photos)

  • Campground Areas
    Campground areas represent different campground areas within a park or campground.
    For example, large parks such as national parks may have more than one campground area within the park.
    These different campgrounds are then considered campground areas.
    Campground area photos may show an overview of the camping area and amenities found there.
    To view or submit campground area photos, click on the campground area name (Main, etc.) which will take you to the campground area page.
  • $0.10 /photo

  • Campsites
  • $0.05 /photo

  • Your account balance will show up in the My Account section after photos have been approved.
    Balances will be paid out at the begining of each month through PayPal if you have earned $5 or more.

      5. Click Upload 
    Finally, select the Upload button. After you click Upload it could take a minute or two to upload. Be patient and keep an eye on your browser's progress bar. If pictures submitted are found to be in violation of the requirements, your account may be suspended and payment withheld. Once you submit a picture, it will not appear until after it has been reviewed and approved.

    Have Fun!!
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