We are excited to share this event with you and want to set some expectations about respecting property, people, litter and keeping the desert clean. While we hate "rules" we simply ask you to please treat the desert and the grounds and other patrons with respect and abide by this code of conduct.
The fire danger is HIGH. While the desert may look sparse, there is shrubbery and the brush will light up. That means you should put your cigarettes out completely and dispose of them in trash cans or ash trays.
Be mindful of how you treat this beautiful, desert landscape. Don't drop or litter any trash on the ground because someone else will have to chase it down and pick it up. It's generally windy in the desert and any trash you drop will blow away and become litter for years and years in the wild. We intend to leave this place as we found it and we need everyone to do their part. Please dispose of everything in the proper container.
Don't go wandering off; it’s easy to get lost. Stay on property and don’t go beyond the boundary flags.
There are poisonous rattle snakes in the desert. If you see one, freeze, back slowly away and please alert security.
Drink plenty of water and make sure you friends drink plenty of water too.
Look out for each other - those you know and those you don’t know. Don’t over do it. Seek shade under our tents, wear sunscreen, bring a hat. We recommend you dress in layers, will be warm - not hot - in the day, and probably pretty cold, windy at night. Sturdy boots. Sunscreen. A wet bandana tied loosely around your neck is a cowboy’s air conditioning.