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RV Rental at the Burner Festival 2020

Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

Start Planning Now 

An RV rental is the ideal home for the Burning Festival! Experience art and community, as the Nevada desert is transformed into the Black Rock City. An RV rental will offer the comforts of home and protection from the elements. But, start planning now to experience the RV adventure of a lifetime at Burner Festival 2020.

Burning Man RV Camping
An RV is the perfect home base for your Burner experience!
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Pre Book an RV

With 70 000 people attending the festival, RVs are a hot commodity! With this in mind, we recommend booking soon! You don’t want to show up and have no RV!

We suggest booking the RV for a couple of days prior to and after the actual festival dates. This gives you time to get fully packed and prepared with time to drive and explore.

Also, August 30 is a Sunday and many RV rental locations may be closed!

Make sure you get Tickets

Tickets go on sale in segments until August 5th. Get all the info on dates, prices and amount of tickets sold here.

FYI: You cannot buy tickets at the gate and the event has sold out in the past.

Here are the dates of all the ticket sales:

Burning Man Ticket Info
Ticket dates and sales
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At each ticket release, you can only buy 2 passes and 1 vehicle pass.

Make sure you buy a vehicle pass! Otherwise, you will not be able to drive your RV rental into the festival. The cost is $140 plus taxes.

Be aware, you cannot just log on and buy tickets! You must first make a profile and register before tickets go on sale. This will require all your current info and a general idea of how you are doing your Burner Festival. (see below)

RV Camping Burning Man
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How will you do your Burner Experience

The following are options for your Burner experience:

  1. Volunteer – the festival needs approximately 2000 volunteers. This is a fun, behind the scenes Burner experience.
  2. The majority of people attending are part of planned, registered Theme Camps. The camps are where you will sleep and live. As well, they offer interactive experiences of art, entertainment or anything! The camps consist of 6 – 400 people and some camps combine to create villages.

Join a Camp: You can apply to join an already established theme camp, get all the details here.

Non-reservable option: If you do not want to join a registered camp there is a walk-in area. Space is limited so arrive early in the week to get a spot.

The Burner Festival is an epic RV adventure to cross off your bucket list. Enjoy all the comfort of home in your Adventure Touring RV rental! Start planning now for the Black Rock City Festival and experience the week of a lifetime!

For more RV Adventure tips at Black Rock City check out: Top Tips for RVing at the Burner Festival 2019, Burner Friendly RV Rentals Los Angeles and Preparing your Burner Friendly RV Rental

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Best Ski Resorts to Stay in an RV this Winter

Monday, November 25th, 2019

Tis the season to put the skis in the RV, chase the snow, park and stay at these great ski resorts. Spend the days skiing, and the nights staying in their onsite RV lots! Enjoy waking up in a cozy RV and being first at the mountain in the morning! We have compiled a list of our favorite stay and ski resorts for the best RV ski resort holiday experience.

Ski Resort RV Camping
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Crystal Mountain Resort, Washington

This RV friendly ski resort is top of our list! Located in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest with breathtaking views of Mt. Rainier, get ready for an epic day of skiing! Crystal Mountain Resort is the largest ski resort in Washington State! Home to 2600 acres and over 50 named runs!

Park the RV at one of the 70 sites, about 35 sites have 50-amp hookups. The cost is $35 per night, except around Christmas when you have to purchase a 9-night block. The best part of setting up in the RV lot is the community of fellow skiers camping in their RV’s, a great way to meet new friends, throw some high fives and cheers to the day.

Stevens Pass, Washington

Part of the award-winning Cascade Loop Scenic Byway, the drive alone will be awe-inspiring. Park the RV at Stevens Pass Ski Resort for a few days of epic skiing. With family-friendly groomed runs to big mountain bowls and chutes, this resort offers fun for every skill level. Open from 9 am-10 pm ski long after the sun goes down, with their night skiing.

The best place to spend the night at Stevens Pass is in the RV lot. Offering 60 RV sites, with plugins and an easy online booking system. A reservation is a must to score these great spots! The fee is $44 dollars to be part of the fun RV village at the base of this great ski hill.

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows ski resort
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Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Ski Resort, California

A premier ski resort, with over 6000 skiable acres, accessed by 42 chair lifts, spread across 8 beautiful mountain peaks. The Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Ski Resort has the best skiing Lake Tahoe has to offer!  The most affordable way to stay in Tahoe is in an RV. The resort has limited RV parking on a first come first serve basis. Here there are literally no amenities, but the stay is free!!

Mount Baker Ski Area, Washington

The third highest mountain in Washington and known for its legendary snowfall. With accessible backcountry, and lots of natural terrain features Mt. Baker is a fun stop. Park the RV for free in select parking lots at Heather Meadows or White Salmon lots.

Willamette Pass Resort, Oregon

Willamette Pass: The first ten RVs to arrive get first dibs at electrical hookups. Otherwise, there is an overflow lot with no hookups. Stay for up to 7 days at $20 a night with hookups and only $10/night without. With big vertical, night skiing, and cross-country ski trails this hill is fun for everyone!

Visit ski resorts in rv
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Book your RV now for the most affordable and convenient way to chase the snow this winter. Ski trips don’t get better than sleeping right at the foot of the mountain! Ski and stay at these resorts and many more, for your epic winter ski holiday!

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The Magic City of Miami

Thursday, October 10th, 2019

Known as “The Magic City” Miami is a vibrant mosaic of different cultures, pristine beaches, world-class dining, and a lively arts scene, all surrounded by subtropical wilderness! Get a taste of Miami with these must-see neighborhoods on your RV trip in Miami:

Little Havana

Created by Cuban exiles in the 1960’s this neighborhood transports you to the Cuban capital! Order a Cuban coffee and stroll the streets to experience Latin American culture; smell fresh tobacco from the authentic cigar shops, explore Latin American art galleries, the Cuban Walk of Fame and enjoy the local bakeries and Cuban restaurants at every corner.

Wynwood Walls visit Miami in an RV
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Wynwood

A must-see international destination, Wynwood Walls is an explosion of art! Colorful murals transform old warehouses into 80, 000 square feet of an urban art masterpiece. With major art events coming and going, the area is always growing and changing. Stroll through the bright colored art display, find funky souvenirs and check out the local shops scattered throughout the area.

Mid-Beach

Know for amazing sandy beaches, incredible restaurants and Miami style nightlife, a day in this neighborhood will fill you with lasting memories. Spend the day playing in the sun, do some world-class shopping and treat yourself to one of the many incredible restaurants for dinner. After dinner head to the Faena District, to experience the artistic soul of the region with the Summer Jazz series highlighting some of the best international Jazz musicians.

 

Magic Miami explore Mid-Beach
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South Beach

Day or night this world-renowned beach has an eclectic mix of irresistible shopping, restaurants, and galleries all amidst iconic art deco buildings. The skyline, sandy white beaches and clear blue water of South Beach is on all the Miami postcards! Stroll the streets to take in the old Spanish style architecture, stop for a cold beverage and Miami ambiance at the classy Juvia restaurant with an amazing cocktail list and matching view of the city!

 

RV Adventure through the Everglades in Miami
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Everglades

Get the RV ready, and head to the edge of the city to the subtropical wilderness of the Miami’s Everglades. The untouched oasis is home to alligators, tropical plants, over 200 bird species, turtles and other exotic wildlife. With the convenience of your RV take in the hiking, and bird watching as you enter the park. Get the full experience with a guided airboat tour, cruise through the scenic  Ten Thousand Islands Mangrove Forest, and with more alligators per acre than anywhere in the world, view the magnificent reptiles in their natural environment. It might be warm out, but swimming is not recommended! J

Book your RV now and start planning your trip to this “Magic” glimmering mosaic of entertainment, fine dining, subtropical wilderness and pristine white sandy beaches.

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