Camping with Do More Now Village
Over the last few years, Do More Now evolved into an unofficial village — sharing space and infrastructure with smaller camps, allowing them to focus on the art they bring. This year we’re making it official, and are delighted to share space with Infinite Oasis, Buzz Inn, and Temple Guardians!
If you would like to join in the village fill out the application form
Camping with the Firehouse
With the creation of Do More Now Village, the core camp is rechristened as Firehouse after the iconic interactive bar we build on playa each year. The Firehouse is the anchor camp for our village, and early interest shows approximately 120 insanely (and sometimes insane) talented and hardworking burners from around the world.
The Firehouse is the anchor camp for our village, and early interest shows approximately 120 insanely (and sometimes insane) talented and hardworking burners from around the world.
We are nearly at capacity for 2016, but if you are interested in camping with us, please feel free to fill out the application form.
We will have enough shade to cover everyone’s personal tent – within reason
The kitchen provides the facilities and basic food preparation items for you to prepare your own meals.
We cook up one hot meal for the camp each evening. This gives us a chance to hang out, share stories, and plot adventures. The food for this is contributed by camp members.
We bring showers and enough water for a couple of showers for each person. We don’t have unlimited water – this is Burning Man.
Gray Water Disposal
Camp gray water from sinks and showers is evaporated as much as we can. We encourage you to have a personal greywater disposal or evaporation plan.
We will have enough power to run small personal items: chargers, lamps (use LED bulbs), etc. Nothing too heavy – don’t bring a big ol’ AC unit for your tent.
The camp takes a certain amount of work to run smoothly, and some things can’t function at all without being staffed, such as the bar. This work is done by the camp members, and these shifts are a great part of the camp experience! Everyone needs to sign up for at least four shifts.
You must bring your own drinking water. We can’t emphasize this enough. The recommended amount for Burning Man is 1.5 gallons per day – more if you’re joining the build crew.
Food for Yourself
As most of you already know, there’s no food on the playa. One camp meal a day won’t provide enough calories for long days traversing Black Rock City.
Cash for Ice
Ice is one of the few things you do need to purchase at Burning Man, so plan accordingly. Our camp does daily ice runs for the bar, and are glad to pick up a bit more for camp members’ i