28+ Best Campfire Quotes: Exclusive Selection

Campfire is an outside fire, made and used by people who are staying outside or in tents. Profoundly inspirational campfire quotes will challenge the way you think, change the way you live and transform your whole life.

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Famous Campfire Quotes

You get guys around a campfire, and they start telling their stories. That’s the fellowship that they want to be in. — John Eldredge

I don’t get too much enjoyment out of sitting around the campfire and looking at old photos. That’s just not me. I don’t get the thrill of doing that. So, I don’t sit around listening to my old records. — Mike Patton

I think we get too hung up on categories. Obviously, the book market has to categorise things, and it makes it easier for a reader to go into a bookshop and choose, but as a writer, it helps to get rid of all of that and imagine you are a storyteller around a campfire. — Matt Haig

Film is just a different version of what we did round the campfire when we were Neanderthals. We tell stories so people can learn things and relativise things. — Chris Pine

Once all the power goes out, there will still be human beings standing together around a campfire, playing acoustic guitars. — Jim James

The new national campfire – radio. — Linda Ellerbee

Film directing is really undermined if you attempt to do it by committee because there has to be a single vision as to how to tell a story. It’s like if you were at a campfire, and everyone is taking turns to give one sentence in telling a horror story. It would be a mess – it’s not going to make sense. — Duncan Jones

So I got interested in singing and I have always used my voice. Not professionally as much, but around the living room, the campfire, that kind of thing. — Gregory Harrison

When I was a child, sitting in front of the campfire, I wished that I could win the Ballon d’Or. — Paulo Dybala

As any parent, teacher, or librarian knows, there is no richer experience than to see children’s faces light up at the suspense of a new tale or the surprise of a new poem. The uninhibited joy with which they listen is surely akin to that of adult audiences of old around campfire and hearth. — William Jay Smith

I start with the story, almost in the old campfire sense, and the story leads to both the characters, which actors should best be cast in this story, and the language. The choice of words, more than anything else, creates the feeling that the story gives off. — Donald E. Westlake

Having a campfire and roasted marshmallows, to me that sounds like Heaven. — Randy Orton

I find campfire stories and urban legends are kind of the bread and butter that inspires a lot of people who are making horror and thriller. There is a nugget of truth behind these sort of cautionary tales. — Jordan Peele

I’ve said before: ‘If you’re going to earnestly sing a song around a campfire, you’d better be a Muppet!’ Or else we’re just not going to buy it. — Colin Trevorrow

The thing I love about theater is the fact that everyone’s complicit. We’re either there as a storyteller, or we’re there as a listener, and it’s basically a campfire situation. — Sarah Goldberg

Probably the single most important evolutionary trait dogs developed was right there at the outset, illuminated by the campfire. It is in those eyebrows and in the way dogs have of tilting their heads. They are warm packages of emotions. — Bill Buford

I think one of the great problems we have in the Republican Party is that we don’t encourage you to be nasty. We encourage you to be neat, obedient, loyal and faithful and all those Boy Scout words, which would be great around a campfire but are lousy in politics. — Newt Gingrich

As social animals, we need to exchange juicy tales about someone – to connect with one another. For millions of years our forebears must have sat around the campfire, whispering about everyone they knew. — Helen Fisher

I think the experience of going to a theater and seeing a movie with a lot of people is still part of the transformational power of the film, and it’s equivalent to the old shaman telling a story by the campfire to a bunch of people. — Wes Craven

Mapping does not purport to create an idealistic vision where all teachers agree, love one another, and gather around a campfire and sing ‘Curriculum Kumbaya.’ What it can develop is a sense of place, of respect, and of new grounds for discussion, disputes, and direction. — Heidi Hayes Jacobs

I’m a Hollywood kid, and I know that there are only so many stories. Only so many tales around the campfire that we have to tell. Then we have to regurgitate them. Our grandparents’ movies were all remakes of silent films – we forget that, but it’s true. — Robert Englund

My first guitar was like a campfire guitar. And it was left at a house that my family had moved into… and the guitar was at the house. It was all strung up. It’s normally something that would be beyond a bit of rubbish. — Jimmy Page

Well, religion has been passed down through the years by stories people tell around the campfire. Stories about God, stories about love. Stories about good spirits and evil spirits. — Andrew Greeley

I was introduced to country music around a campfire on a farm. — Gavin DeGraw

I try to give the music more of a campfire feel as opposed to a library atmosphere. I like when you can hear people hanging out in the songs and doing a little shuffling. It creates a feeling of participation. — Alex Ebert

I think of myself… as a troubadour, a village storyteller, the guy in the shadows of the campfire. — Louis L’Amour

It’s easy to look at kids sitting around a campfire looking at their phones and to think, ‘What a shame.’ But I think they’re going to be more advanced in terms of communication than my generation. — Taylor Goldsmith

I have mostly been terrified of listening to scary stories around a campfire. We camp a lot as a family, and at night my dad would try and tell us scary stories. This made eating s’mores difficult. The story would start with something like… ‘and the old man who lived in these woods…’ I would then run back into the camper terrified. — Willow Shields