Reduce the hassle of buying all your gear and having to throw it away. Experiencegear.com has perfect camp kits with tents, sleeping bags, lights and more. Just rent a kit per day and ship it back after you clean off the playa dust. They can ship your kit directly to your hotel.
These small pocket ashtrays have lasted me for many Burns. They are small and easy to pack, and extinguish any fires. Buy on Amazon
Luci Inflatable Solar Light
This unique Solar lantern is completely powered by the sun, no additional batteries needed. Set it in Direct sunlight for 7 hours and LUCI color Essence lasts up to 8 hours on a single charge. Collapsible and compact, weighs just 4.4 ounces.
If you have a cup with LED Lights, the flashing lights draw attention faster to your cup to get a quicker refill. If you happen to drop them as you are walking or riding from bar to bar, they are also easy to spot.
A cup with a handle is handy to be able to fasten to your belt or backpack. Usually a leather strap or carabiner can connect your cup to your bag. A Keychain Ring and some Gaffer tape can also do the trick. This stainless steel mug is insulated and comes with a handy clip on carabiner for a handle. Just clip it on your belt, bag or ear.
Make sure to get some industrial strength ZipTies. The winds are strong, and everything is beaten down on the playa. These are a good set that will help you out in so many ways. Some people have even made their shade structures from them. Avoid the clear / white zipties as they are hard to find doing MOOP patrol. Get the colored or black ones as they are easier to spot.
One of the more popular shower choices is using a solar shower. Add water, hang it in the sun, and you have a warm shower. Make sure to collect your grey shower water! Children’s pools are a popular easy choice to collect your grey water.
This is the RISEPRO Solar Shower Bag, which holds 5 gallons/20L of water. And it also has a thermometer gauge to check how warm the water is.
Bungee Cords are one of those Essential Gear you don’t always think of. These will save you in so many situations, not only the ones you can think of, but more importantly, the ones you can’t. Make sure to get different lengths as one size doesn’t always fit all.
Useful in so many ways, this military grade paracord is a handy resource on the playa.
"PEACE OF MIND. THERE'S NOTHING QUITE LIKE IT." Go ahead, string up a hammock, rig your sails, secure your tent or make an emergency tourniquet. The extra 200 pounds of strength beats regular 550 cord and is there to protect you when you really need it! Our 100% Nylon (11 Triple Strands) TOUGH-GRID cord is NEVER Spliced.
For tying down your shade structure, shelter or anything else, you will need some good rope. This paracord is excellent for it’s strength, durability and varity of color and length combos. Essetial gear for any campsite.
These stakes were designed for holding tents in snow and sand. I've used them in the mountains on snow and many times at the burn. Place the rope through one of the middle wholes and drive it down through the ground. Add some water after to really make it solid.
One of those essential tools for your campsite. If you didn’t bring one, maybe you can find one you can borrow. If you are at a camp with a bunch of people chances are they will have some tools like this to help you setup and breakdown your campsite.
One of those essential tools for your campsite. If you didn’t bring one, maybe you can find one you can borrow. You need something to hit those stakes in, unless you wanna ruin your shoe. If you are at a camp with a bunch of people chances are they will have some tools like this to help you setup and breakdown your campsite.
21ft 50 LED Waterproof Solar Outdoor String Lights
Make sure you or other burners don’t trip over your guide wires and tent lines. Use these solar powered outdoor LED lights along your tent lines. Not only does it make it safer, easier to find your tent at night, but it also gives a great vibe.
Make sure you or other burners don’t trip over your guide wires and tent lines. Use these solar powered outdoor LED lights along your tent lines. Not only does it make it safer, easier to find your tent at night, but it also gives a great vibe. These LEDs sport a fun lantern, but there are lots of varieties you can use to give your tent that extra flair.
This is a simple option to keep your tent cool, so you can sleep off some of the hangover from the night before. Otherwise, you will melt in your tent. There are also a bunch of DIY coolers that you can build, but this is a simple solution. One downside is make sure to bring enough batteries to keep it running.