Campfire Reboot

Here at Campfire Park, we didn’t so much “reinvent” the campfire as we gave it a reboot for our modern times. Our goal: We bring the campfire to you.

Intro - How breaks work

And why they're a critical part of the "campfire reboot"

By Campfire Park

The best way to think of a campfire break ...

Is an interlude (or commercial) in a larger campfire talk.

"Campfire Breaks" explained

Examples of "Campfire Breaks"

Let's face it, sometimes commercials are better than the main show. And also, by carving out "campfire break" spots, it allows us to introduce you to other parts of Campfire Park. Or you can go the po-poor-ie (that's just a fancy French term that means "whichever way you choose") route and just watch your favorite individual campfire video clips. That's that great thing about Campfire Park. We're serving you up the content "one demand" and "uber style" straight to your phone.

That being said, we highly recommend you visit us in person for the real thing at Campfire Park.

P.S. Campfire Park isn't just a nighttime park, we also have plenty of things to see and do during the day!

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It’s a well known cliché …

That you shouldn’t reinvent the wheel.

Cowboy answers fan mail

But why not? What if a square wheel is better? In this modern day world that everything is turned on its head, there’s really no telling. Same goes with the campfire. Lots of people are going around and saying, “hey, the campfire is fine.” But if that’s the case, why are so many of our “in person” campfire talks not drawing big crowds, or really any people at all? Hint: It has nothing to do with the quality of our talks (in our opinion). That’s where Campfire Park’s very own Cowboy at the Campfire steps in to answer Suzy from Toledo’s letter about that the campfire reboot at Campfire Park is all about. Think “square wheel” only better.

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Factoid: A new analysis of burned antelope bones from caves in Swartkrans, South Africa, confirms that Australopithecus robustus and/or Homo erectus built campfires roughly 1.6 million years ago.

Campfire Tip
Solid advice from the campfire

The saying is as popular …

As it is threadbare.

Good air quality should be a priority

In Cowboy’s opinion, it’s also misunderstood. Sure, you don’t want to spit into the wind so it won’t blow back in your face, and you hear that said all the time. But what about the wind? Doesn’t it deserve to be expectorant free? In this campfire short (sometimes called a chat), the Cowboy at the Campfire puts a good word in for the wind and why it deserves the very best.