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Hipcamp Field Scouting

Hipcamp Field Scouting

Travel & Hospitality

Hipcamp Field Scouting is an opportunity to make money while exploring the outdoors and supporting conservation. As a Field Scout, you will be evaluating campsites on Hipcamp, taking photos and answering questions. For each campsite you review, you will be paid, and the more campsites you review, the more you will earn. To become a certified Field Scout, you must complete a training program and pass a quiz.

Category:Travel & Hospitality


You can make up to $200 per day as a Hipcamp Field Scout, according to *


• Extensive knowledge of outdoor camping locations in your area. 

• Ability to work independently and follow instructions. 

• Excellent organizational and communication skills. 

• Ability to use digital cameras, GPS devices and other equipment. 

• Reliable transportation to visit potential campsites. 

⚠️Potential Risk

Working as a field scout can be a rewarding experience, but there are some drawbacks to consider. These include:

  • Unpredictable income: Field scouting is not a guaranteed source of income.
  • Limited job security: There is no job guarantee or stability.
  • Lack of benefits: No health, dental, vision or other benefits are available.
  • Time consuming: Scouting requires a lot of time and effort.
  • Financial investment: There may be costs associated with scouting, such as travel expenses.

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