Thinking about joining our tribe at Savage Kingdom camp? Aside from the parties we throw, and the ideal placement of the camp, as well as the great people who you will meet and befriend, there are a few things to know. Below is a list of what is covered by being a part of Savage Kingdom.
- We are a theme camp and this is Burning Man, so there will be noise.
- Respect for your fellow campers and all burners as a whole is very important, and active engagement and participation is an expectation of our camp.
- We also expect you to have fun and not take playa life too seriously. After all that's what we're here for!
Listed below are the details!
SKC provisions include:
Savage Island art car. This is a 50’x30’ two-story tall art car with a bar and DJ booth in the tower, lounge space with cushions and space to dance
Daily happy hour bar and dance party on the Island while it’s parked at camp
One daytime and one night deep playa art car party with other art cars including AirPusher, One Eyed Monster
Two incredible meals per day (brunch and dinner) prepared by your camp mates and overseen by a professional chef
Well stocked kitchen tent with stove, meat smoker, gas grill, freezer, refrigerator, propane, water for dish washing
Two private secured Porta Pottys for Savage Kingdom campers
Shaded relaxation area with couches, coffee tables and large communal dining table for nightly dinners
Shade structures provided for tent campers
LNT (Leave No Trace) system for trash, recyclables and grey water
30 kw camp generator (looking for a larger one depending on room in budget)
Fire pit for nightly fires
Trailer for year-round storage with space for camp storage as well as space for 1 box, 1 cooler and delivery to/from playa
Here’s what’s not supported by your cost share:
Water. You need to bring it.
Your tent, RV or Hexayurt and anything related to your personal, used-mainly-by-you survival equipment and comfort items.
Your ride both into and out of the playa.
Your on-playa bike (we recommend you have one!), accessories, lock and lights for your bike.
Your private stash of food/drinks (other than the two meals) and storage for your food, e.g. coolers and ice.
Your cooking team’s food expenses. Along with 5-7 other people, you'll be responsible for cooking 1 meal service for the camp during the week. This worked exceptionally well last year and our table that sat 70 people was full for every meal. Expect to contribute $30-40 to your cooking team's food expenses.
Everything else you need to survive that’s not listed above. There is information in the Required Reading page like survival guides, packing lists etc.
Questions? Concerns? Rants? Jokes?