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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!
Photo Credit: Wikipedia, Kyle Harmon

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
Photo Credit: https://burningman.org/event/

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
Photo Credit: Playamouth.wordpress.com

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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California, Hidden Gems

Friday, July 19th, 2019

Get outside the glitz, glam and traffic jams of the big cities of California and check out these 5 off the beaten track, naturally beautiful, destinations:

Natural Bridges and Archways in Death Valley National Park

Known as one of the hottest places on the planet, an RV is the perfect way to tour the amazing scenery: air conditioning keeping you cool, and your fridge full of cold water. With many points of interest that can be seen from the comfort of your RV, plan to spend a couple of days cruising through the park. Up to bracing the intense heat? go on a short 15-minute hike to the Natural Bridges and Archways.

Natural Bridges and Archways in Death Valley National Park

Pack your swimsuit and jump into the refreshing water-filled canyons. With many options for camping, seen here, you may opt to choose one with higher elevation to get cooler temperatures at night. A perfect adventure in the RV to take in the scenery with protection from the elements!

Ladder Canyon Trail in Painted Canyon

Ready to get out of the RV and into some adventure? Head to the Ladder Canyon trail, located in the Mecca Hills Wilderness area. This adventurous and challenging hike includes beautiful scenery highlighting the natural diversity of the area. This unique trail requires climbing ladders up dry waterfalls, through slot canyons, gaining views of the vast desert, Salton Sea, and the natural colors of the Painted Canyon. Just over 5 miles long, go early in the morning and in the spring to try and beat the heat. Double-check road conditions before you go as the road can close due to flash flooding. Get your camera ready and be sure to bring lots of water.

Bristlecone Pine Forest

Located to the east of the Sierra Nevada this forest is home to the oldest trees in the world. Estimated to be over 4500 years old, these trees are the oldest living things in the world. There are two groves: Schulman Grove and the Patriarch Grove, which is home to the largest Bristlecone Pine in the world. Surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery these trees are definitely worth checking out. With an early start visit both groves in one day and camp nearby. Load your RV with water and supplies before heading to this fairly remote destination.

Largest Bristlecone Pine in the world

Mammoth Lakes

Situated on the earth’s largest volcanic calderas, in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, granite domes, lava tubes, lakes, and ancient forests make this an outdoor adventure paradise. The scenery is jaw-droppingly beautiful and the activities are as mammoth as the mountains surrounding, is too large to list. See the full list here, but make sure to check out the 600-year-old earthquake fault, the Devils Postpile, the 101 foot Rainbow falls, craters, an old mine and finish off your day of adventure and sightseeing by having a soak in one of the natural hot springs nearby.

Guadalupe Dunes

The second-largest dunes in California at the Rancho Guadalupe Dunes County Park area. The paved access road is perfect in an RV, leading you through the Rancho Guadalupe Dunes Preserve and down to the beach. Take in the scenery and great birding from the comfort of your RV and pop out for a quick swim, or surf. In the 1930s the silent film “The Ten Commandments” was filmed here to recreate ancient Egypt. Today many of the artifacts from the film have been dug up and are on display at Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes Center in Guadalupe. Can’t go to California without a little glitz and glam of Hollywood. With all the comforts of home, enjoy your RV trip beyond Hollywood and the big cities. Discover the rugged beauty and hidden gems of the natural side of California.

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Our Top 5 Must See Beaches

Friday, July 15th, 2016

There’s just something about warm weather and beaches that go together. Is it the sand, the surf, the relaxation? Or a little bit of all three. As we travel around during summer vacations to soak up the sun, where are some of the best places to go? Take a look at our top 5 must-see beaches across the USA:

Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts

Martha's Vineyard Beach
With a variety of beaches to choose from at Martha’s Vineyard, it’s difficult to choose just one as they each offer sights not to be missed. Our favorite choice is to spend some time and visit them all.

Photo credit: massvacation.com

Clearwater Beach, Florida

Turquoise waters at Clearwater Beach

Spread along a narrow 3 mile stretch of the Pinellas Peninsula on the Golf Coast, Clearwater straddles Tampa Bay to the east and the Gulf of Mexico to the west. Visitors can relax on the beach and swim or spend the day playing beach volleyball, taking a dolphin-watching cruise, rent a fishing boat, or go parasailing.

Photo credit: askbeach.com

Manele Bay, Hawaii

Manele Bay Beach Lookout

One of the world’s most perfect stretches of sand, Hulopo’e Beach can be found at the base of Manele Bay, a designated marine preserve. The Bay is filled with colorful fish making snorkeling and diving a must. Plus swimming in 70-degree water doesn’t hurt either.

Photo credit: leeabbamonte.com

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Myrtle Beach Strip View
Myrtle Beach is the largest resort along the South Carolina’s 60-mile Grand Strand and is an ultimate vacation hub. With amusement and water parks, restaurants, and live entertainment there is no shortage of fun to be had.

Photo credit: visitmyrtlebeach.com

Coronado, California

Coronado Beach in California
Stretching 1.5 miles behind the houses of Ocean Boulevard in front of the Hotel Del Coronado, there’s something for everyone who loves to play in the water. From swimming, surfing, sand sculpting to whale watching.

 

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