Frequently Asked Questions
You can reschedule your scout visit by contacting the host and confirming a new date. Once the host has approved the new date, contact email@example.com so we can update your booking. Bad weather doesn’t necessarily mean a bad scout visit though! If you’re up for it, go anyway – you might get some beautiful photos despite the weather.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if your host is not responding.
Please contact the host directly to let them know that you’ll be cancelling and why. If possible, try to reschedule your scout visit with them. If you can’t reschedule the visit, please email email@example.com to cancel the booking.
Include what you would personally find helpful in a review, and be honest. Here are a few questions to ask yourself:
- How was the campspace in terms of appearance, cleanliness and upkeep?
- How did you find your experience with the host?
- What can you explore in the area? Are there activities to take part in?
- How would rate the facilities available on the campspace?
- What tips would you like to pass on to the next guests?
Please upload edited photos within 3 days of your scout visit. If you take longer than this we’ll give you a reminder. Late photos and general unresponsiveness can put you at risk of being removed from the scout programme.
As long as you’ve provided all the required answers and assets, you’ll receive a response to your application via email within a week of submitting.
Our support team is ready to answer all their question. They can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 085 002 6218.
Please reference the Campspace Photographer Guidelines for insight into how many and what kind of photos to take.
No, we don’t cover travel expenses.
The sky’s the limit. You can go on as many or as few scout visits as you like and we’d encourage you to claim assignments whenever you can. That being said, each campspace can only be scouted once. This means that the most special places are often chosen by the most active scouts.
Since we need to make sure our scout community is reliable and active, if you sign up and don’t scout a campspace for more than a year, you may be removed from the programme.
As a Campspace scout you can stay for free at unique campspaces in exchange for photographing them and writing a review. Once you’ve had your application approved, you’ll gain access to a special digital environment where you can claim free overnight stays for scouts. Choose a date that suits you for visiting and taking photos, then take a day trip or stay overnight at the campspace in question. During your visit, you’ll be tasked with capturing images of the camping pitch, RV site, yurt, or tree house along with the overall experience of the adventure.
There are campspaces to scout all over Europe. New campspaces are added to our roster every day. All campspaces available to scout can be found in the Scout Programme’s digital environment. They range from tent pitches in gardens, forests and fields and historical ruins, to cosy cabins, treehouses and yurts!
Campspace scouts combine relaxing trips with a creative endeavour by visiting our campspaces across Europe for free. In exchange for photos and a review of the accommodation or pitch, you’ll get a chance to pitch your tent or park your campervan somewhere wonderful.
If you want to become a Campspace scout you can sign up here.
To become a Campspace scout, we ask for you to share your best outdoor photographs.
Admittance is based on:
- The quality of your photos
- Do you take inspiring photos?
As a scout, you will visit campspaces and tell their story through photography. Hosts will make their campspace available in exchange for free professional photography. Thus, it is important for us to see your outdoor photography experience to get an indication of your skills before we can send you to a campspace.
No. As per the agreement, your host is only required to provide one night free. This should be enough to get a good impression of the campspace. You're welcome to book additional nights separately as a regular guest.
Yes! Your friend is more than welcome to come along on your scouting adventure. It’s more enjoyable and if they agree to be your model, it’s a great way to make your photos more lively!
No, but you get a free overnight stay, and you can bring a partner or friend along too!. If you would like to earn extra income, please take a look at the host referral programme.
In a few days after your scout application, you will receive an email and hear if you will get access to the Scout dashboard and join the scout community.