The Dyrt makes it easier for 50 million+ campers in the US to find a campground online. But we can’t do it alone; we’re a small team. We have an army of “Rangers” to lead the charge. The Dyrt’s Rangers are top campers in every state across the US. Together, we can change the way people search for campground, and make camping information more accessible for everyone.
Are you a business that wants to put gear in our Rangers’ hands? Go to The Dyrt product review page.
Rangers Get Free Products to Review
Rangers review campsites often, helping us grow and shape our community. Because they are top reviewers, we also work to get Rangers free gear to review in the field. Rangers know how hard it can be to find camping information, and they want to help solve the problem. You can become a Ranger by reviewing campgrounds on The Dyrt. For every campground you review and every photo you submit, you get points on The Dyrt. Get more points than others and you’ll become a Ranger on The Dyrt. During the Summer, winners of our Camping Contests automatically become Rangers. During the Winter, we keep our eye out for top reviewers to invite to our Ranger program.
When you become a Ranger, you join our community of elite campers from across the country.
We trust our Rangers with our future. We might ask for suggestions of a nonprofit that could have the biggest impact on improving access to camping. We might ask you to tell us a story about a time you got lost in the woods, or about the greatest moment you ever had camping. We might ask you to test gear and review products at campgrounds as a Ranger Review. We would then build your stories and responses into The Dyrt. See examples of that below.
Meet Two Rangers on The Dyrt
Our current class of 400+ Rangers are the originals — most have been with us since the beginning.
They’ve helped us shape the website and mobile apps, they’ve reviewed thousands of campgrounds, and they helped us launch our Ranger Review program.
The Dyrt Ranger Jen G.
Jen and her husband Brady started a blog about their adventures called The Wild Groves. She’s based in Sandy, Utah, and is active on Instagram and Twitter. We asked her to take some gear into the field and write a review, and this is her Ranger Review of OOFOS sandals at Indian Cove Campground, CA.
The Dyrt Ranger Dave V.
Dave spends 70-100 nights outside each year. He is a veteran living in Florida. He posts regularly on Instagram and Twitter. He is a Ranger Review extraordinaire: read his Ranger Review from when he took Klymit’s Static V sleeping pad to Grindstone Campground, VA.
Join The Dyrt Rangers
Want to join The Dyrt’s Ranger program and shape the future of camping? Review campgrounds, earn points for your reviews, and you could become a Ranger!