Campfire Stories

Campfire Stories
Here is a collection of spooky stories to make you shudder and huddle closer around the campfire. Print the stories to read out loud, or download the audio recordings to play on your MP3 player or burn onto a CD.

Blue Ribbon Campfire StoriesMissing
Beware! If you are going to explore the campground, you may not like what you find.
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Blue Ribbon Campfire StoriesS’more Sasquatch
Enjoying s’mores while camping? Don’t forget to toss a marshmallow into the woods…

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Blue Ribbon Campfire StoriesThe Legend of the Great Texas Wobblefink
Heed the warning when deep in the Texas hills. You may cross paths with the beast that silently kills!

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Blue Ribbon Campfire StoriesA Town Named 1234
Every town has a secret and this one is no exception…

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Blue Ribbon Campfire StoriesNight of the Trees
Be very careful where you camp—you never know who’s lurking in the night.

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Blue Ribbon Campfire StoriesCreature of the Pit Toilet
Don’t get caught without your camping flashlight—or you’re sunk.

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Blue Ribbon Campfire StoriesTwo Eyes
A bumpy night in a haunted house ends with—shall we say—a bang?

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Blue Ribbon Campfire StoriesValley Witch
An old legend about a scary road in a scary valley. Make believe—or true?

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More Campfire Stories

Here’s another collection of spooky stories to make you shudder and huddle closer around the campfire. Print the stories to read out loud.

The Ghost Train
The old station and tracks had been idle for years…or had they?
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Saved by Boomer
Pay attention, you never know who or what you might see on your trip to the bathroom.
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Ghosts of Fort Bragg
When you are out in the great outdoors, stop and listen to the sounds around you. You may be surprised!
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