Burning Man Travel Trailers
- Delivery To Your Camp On Playa
- Generator + 5 Gallons of gasoline
- propane tank
- Full Water Tanks
- Kitchen Utensils
- 2 Bikes
- Grey/Black Water Disposal Post/Event
- 3 Bags of Trash
- Basic Cleaning
*$1000 security deposit and a *$500 cleaning deposit for severe messes. Deposits are returned within one week of the event.
*Got Questions?? Call Wild Card at 415-697-2759
BM Trailer Camping Tips
“Burning Man Trailer camping is an experience unlike any other. It’s magical, but can also be trying. After all, you’re in a desert! Here are some tips to help you on your journey.
- Generators quickly drain your fuel supply, so get creative when you need to cool off. Technomadia has a great suggestion for avoiding using your generator: Attach a damp towel on your ceiling vent fan and switch it to “in.” The air will cool as it flows into your rig.
- Solar power is a great way to charge your batteries. Of course, if you’re renting an RV, you can’t go drilling solar panels onto the roof. Either look for a rental that’s already outfitted, or use a portable solar panel that you can set up on your campsite.
- The playa gets dusty! Since you’re renting an RV, you want to make sure you return it clean and free of dust. Dust can cause damage to the RV inside and out, which means you won’t get your security deposit back. You can seal up crevices and switches with painter’s tape to prevent dust buildup. You may also want to use AC filters to seal protect your vents. Some Burning Man rental packages include cleaning services.
- Be mindful of how you position your RV in the wind. The Burning Man website recommends you park your RV on the edge of the campsites, so you act as a wind barrier for people camping in tents. They’ll be grateful for it. Always keep an eye on your awnings and retract them when you leave your site.
- One of the most important tips is to conserve your water! Burning Man is the ultimate test of boondocking abilities. Do It Yourself RV has several tips for conserving water while still staying clean. Also remember that dumping your tanks is prohibited on the playa and RV service is expensive, so try to use the campground toilets as much as possible.
- Keep your electricity usage to a minimum. That means unplugging appliances when you’re not using them and using LED lanterns instead of your house lights. Again, solar power is a great supplemental resource.
- Lastly, understand that you are responsible for any leaks in your RV, whether oil, tanks, or otherwise. It’s your job to make sure they don’t happen, and if they do, you must clean them. There are RV service trucks that drive around, but you’ll need to contain the leak in the meantime. The Burning Man RV Guidelines recommend you bring a five-gallon bucket to catch leaks and clean up debris.”