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Snow Peak Launches Impact-Focused Community Campout Campaign

May 15, 2022

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Amy May
JAM Collective

Portland, OR

Snow Peak, the global outdoor lifestyle brand, has long believed that time in nature restores our humanity. In an effort to support those who have the greatest barrier to accessing nature, Snow Peak is launching an impact-focused community campout campaign beginning May 16. The Snow Peak Campout for Good campaign will unite campers across the United States to champion Snow Peak’s mission to help create a more accessible and inclusive outdoor environment for all.

“At Snow Peak, we deeply believe in the power of camping,” said Matt Liddle, chief operating officer at Snow Peak USA. “Everyone should be able to enjoy the restoration nature has to offer. The Campout for Good harnesses our collective impact and brings our community together to support our non-profit partner Outdoors Empowered Network.” 

Because access to nature in the United States is not equal for all due to historic racial inequity and socio-economic disparities, Snow Peak is partnering with the Outdoors Empowered Network for the Campout for Good Campaign. Outdoors Empowered Network is a national network of community-led, youth-centered outdoor education groups that are dedicated to increasing access and diversity in the outdoors through gear libraries and outdoor leadership training.

Snow Peak has collaborated with renowned Japanese-American artist, Shogo Ota, to release a limited-edition Campout for Good graphic tee shirt in support of the campaign. Snow Peak will also release a limited-edition Campout for Good Spork in an anodized gold colorway. Campout for Good merchandise will be available for purchase at Proceeds from purchases will be donated to the Outdoors Empowered Network.

Snow Peak is providing the community three opportunities to give back to the Outdoors Empowered Network through the Campout for Good campaign:


Registration opens on Monday, May 16 at  


About Snow Peak         

Founded in Japan in 1958, Snow Peak has been serving customers in the USA for more than 20 years, with a mission to unite people and alleviate the stresses of modern life through time gathering outside. Its Japanese-designed, lifetime-guaranteed outdoor goods serve as a catalyst for restorative experiences in nature. Focused on bringing people together, Snow Peak operates immersive retail locations in Portland and New York City, as well as a Portland restaurant, Takibi, a PNW izakaya that brings to life the brand’s belief that time spent sharing food and drink by the fire is the best way to connect with one another.