Mobile Luxury Camping Made Easy.

There's nothing basic about this base package.

Whether you're planning a solo get away or with a friend, partner or other special person(s) our set up is sure to be a hit.  The camping gear rental package comes with everything listed below plus nightstand with light, 5-gallon jug with filtered water, tent floor coverings and 50 quart cooler.  We provide everything for the ultimate camping experience - including the kitchen sink!  You'll sleep on comfortable beds with pillows, surround yourself with fluffy sleeping bags and enjoy the location you've chosen. If weather permits, gaze up at shooting stars while falling asleep.  If you've picked a secluded location, take an outdoor shower with our pressurized solar shower or use the provided pop-up pod.

With Las Vegas Off-Grid Camping, you're in control of your location - not where someone else decided to set up a tent.  If we can drive there, we'll set up there.

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What's included?
Everything Below Included In Base Package

Las Vegas Off-Grid Camping Rolling Kitchen

This handy, expandable camp kitchen on wheels is exclusive to Las Vegas Off-Grid Camping.  It contains some of the items listed below plus:  Coffee press, garbage bags, pump for water 5 gallon water bottle, cutting board, long lighter, standard lighter, sporks (multiple styles), spatula, tongs, ladle, small bowl, multi-spice container, biodegradable camp soap, wipes, toilet paper, hand sanitizer, sponge with scrubber, 2 dish towels, Games: 2 packs of playing cards, HYPERtheticals (50 questions for insane conversations), Vertellis (conversation card game), lantern, flashlight, rechargeable mini fan and house branded coffee mugs.

22-Piece Mess Kit and Pans Set

This set made by Ozark Trail, provides 4 place settings and a durable and versatile variety of cookware. Pot and lid are made from non-stick material for easy cleanup. This lightweight and compact stainless-steel collection is a complete 4-person dining set. The Ozark Trail Cook and Eat Set Features: 1 - 8.4 inch frying pan, 1 - 5.6 Quart stockpot, 1 - 2.5 Quart stockpot, 2 Lids, 4 - 9inch plates, 4 Sporks, 4- 12 ounce plastic cups, 4- plastic cup lids and 1 Mesh carrying bag

Coleman® Classic Propane Stove

Cook breakfast, lunch and dinner on a dependable stove that packs up easily with the Coleman® Classic Propane Stove. Just light it up and dial in your heat with the two independently adjustable burners and you can be cooking over 20,000 BTUs of power in no time. 

Ozark Trail® 10-Person Instant Cabin Tent with LED Lighted Poles - Blue

This tent comfortably fits our queen blow up with plenty of room to spare or pair with a cot or two.  Stay organized and connected with the included mesh storage pockets and electrical cord access. The ambient LED-lighted poles allow for amazing light throughout the tent and can be adjusted with the low, medium, and high settings. This tent features no-see-um mesh, and 1200mm water resistant coating.  When the rain-fly is off, you can fall asleep to shooting stars above.  Dimensions: 14’ x 10' x 78" (H)

Coleman® All-Weather Multi-Layer Sleeping Bag

Whether you’re camping in frigid weather, spending warm nights under the stars, or anything in between, the Coleman All-Weather Multi-Layer Sleeping Bag has you covered. The bag features adjustable comfort from 30 to 70 degrees.

Teton Sports® Camping Pillow With Pillowcase

Compact pillow perfect to rest your head on, sized at 12" x 18".  A much more comfortable alternative to inflatable pillows that don't breathe or using rolled up clothes.


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Coleman® Trailhead 2 Military Style Camping Cot 

  • Supports: Up to 300 pounds - Max height: 6 feet 2 inch - Dimensions: 73 x 35 x 17 inch
  • With sleeping pad for added comfort (not shown)

Intex 18" Queen Dura-Beam Ultra Plush Headboard Airbed Mattress 

Built-in headboard is versatile, can be used as back support when lounging in the tent and as a pillow stopper when sleeping, keeping your pillows from falling on the floor.  18" inch raised height will make you forget you're sleeping outdoors.  Convenient built-in electric pump makes topping off the air easy - just plug into the included Jackery power bank and re-inflate.  Dimensions: 60" x 90" x 31".  Weight capacity: 600 lbs

Jackery Explorer 160 Portable Power Station

Jackery Explorer 160 offers the most affordable and lightweight portable power station that can charge from USB Type-C, USB and AC outlet. Featured with rechargeable lithium-ion batteries providing 167 watt-hours of energy storage.  

  • 167Wh(46.4Ah) lithium battery
  • AC outlets at 100W (peak 150W)
  • 2*USB-A, 1*USB-C output ports and 12V carport

***Note that the total rated wattage should be under 100w (surge 150w). If the device power is outside this range, Explorer 160 may stop working.  Please check wattage on the device you want to power before plugging into the Jackery.

Folding Camp Chair with Drink Holder

Mesh cup holder keeps drinks and other items within reach - Weight capacity (pounds): 225 lbs*

Lifetime 4 Foot Folding Table

Perfect for setting your stove and sink on, or as a table for eating.  This table is durable yet lightweight.

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Seattle Sports Outfitter Class Pack Sink

Our 3.5gal. capacity square camp sink can’t be beat. The Pack Sink’s unique square shape makes cleaning larger items simple and it folds flat for easy, out–of–the–way storage when not in use. (Actual product color:  Green)

Helio™ LX Pressure Shower - This thing is incredible! :)

The perfect shower for camping in the desert where there are few trees to hang a traditional solar shower.  Unlike gravity camp showers that need to be hung overhead and produce dismal water pressure, Helio™ LX rests securely on the ground and delivers the pressure you need to wash hair, do the dishes, rinse off gear, or wash the dog.

You can quickly and easily pressurize the voluminous 5.8-gallon tank with a foot pump – and with occasional pumps you can keep it fully pressurized for 7-10 minutes of strong, continuous spray. The tank cannot be over-inflated. Set the black tank in the sun to warm up gradually, or fill it directly with hot water for a warm shower.  Fast drying, compact camping towel provided for each camper.

Reliance Luggable Loo

Let's face it - sometimes there aren't toilet facilities around.  This portable toilet is the perfect solution for when nature calls.  It's rugged style is perfect for camping.   Liners are included for easy clean up and transport to the nearest garbage can or dumpster.

GigaTent Pop Up Pod

Versatile pop-up tent for changing clothes, the Luggable Loo, or showering. 

Bring the dog

Dog Friendly Camping - Add on to any package


Poo Bags

Extra cleaning Fee (I love my dog too, I don't love when she sheds)

Make sure dogs are allowed at your campsite!


*Dogs must be housebroken and well behaved please.  Please always keep your pet on a leash for their safety and clean up after them.  Dog waste can attract unwanted visitors to your camp.   Camping in Nevada means being smart about other wild life in the area including coyotes (pretty much all areas)  and mountain lions in the Mount Charleston area. 

Add-Ons

Add Ons

The base package is pretty darn comprehensive, but I do offer some additional add-ons for even more convenience. 


Coleman Quikpot Portable Propane Coffee Maker

The Coleman QuikPot Portable Propane Coffee Maker lets you perk up your morning with a fresh-brewed cup of coffee even at the campsite. Prepare your pick-me-up just like the home version by spooning the grounds into the removable filter basket and adding water. Hit the Instastart push-button ignition for matchless lighting and you'll be enjoying fresh-brewed coffee in about 18 minutes. With the Pause 'n' Serve feature, there's no need to wait until the family-size, 10-cup carafe fills up to enjoy your first cup.

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We follow, and expect our guests to follow the Leave No Trace Principles.  Read below for details.

(From The National Park Service: https://www.nps.gov/articles/leave-no-trace-seven-principles.htm)


Each of us plays a vital role in protecting our national parks. As we spend time outdoors, in the natural world and in wilderness, it’s important to be conscious of the effects our actions may have on plants, animals, other people, and even entire ecosystems. Following the Leave No Trace Seven Principles, summarized below, can help us minimize those impacts. They can be applied anywhere, at any time, while taking part in recreational activities.

  • Plan Ahead and Prepare
    • Know the regulations and special concerns for the area you'll visit.
    • Prepare for extreme weather, hazards, and emergencies.
    • Schedule your trip to avoid times of high use.
    • Visit in small groups when possible. Consider splitting larger groups into smaller groups.
    • Repackage food to minimize waste.
    • Use a map and compass or GPS to eliminate the use of marking paint, rock cairns or flagging.
  • Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
    • Durable surfaces include maintained trails and designated campsites, rock, gravel, sand, dry grasses or snow.
    • Protect riparian areas by camping at least 200 feet from lakes and streams.
    • Good campsites are found, not made. Altering a site is not necessary.
      • In popular areas:
        • Concentrate use on existing trails and campsites.
        • Walk single file in the middle of the trail, even when wet or muddy.
        • Keep campsites small. Focus activity in areas where vegetation is absent.
      • In pristine areas:
        • Disperse use to prevent the creation of campsites and trails.
        • Avoid places where impacts are just beginning.
  • Dispose of Waste Properly
    • Pack it in, pack it out. Inspect your campsite, food preparation areas, and rest areas for trash or spilled foods. Pack out all trash, leftover food and litter.
    • Utilize toilet facilities whenever possible. Otherwise, deposit solid human waste in catholes dug 6 to 8 inches deep, at least 200 feet from water, camp and trails. Cover and disguise the cathole when finished.
    • Pack out toilet paper and hygiene products.
    • To wash yourself or your dishes, carry water 200 feet away from streams or lakes and use small amounts of biodegradable soap. Scatter strained dishwater.
  • Leave What You Find
    • Preserve the past: examine, photograph, but do not touch cultural or historic structures and artifacts.
    • Leave rocks, plants and other natural objects as you find them.
    • Avoid introducing or transporting non-native species.
    • Do not build structures, furniture, or dig trenches.
  • Minimize Campfire Impacts
    • Campfires can cause lasting impacts to the environment. Use a lightweight stove for cooking and enjoy a candle lantern for light.
    • Where fires are permitted, use established fire rings, fire pans, or mound fires.
    • Keep fires small. Only use down and dead wood from the ground that can be broken by hand.
    • Burn all wood and coals to ash, put out campfires completely, then scatter cool ashes.
  • Respect Wildlife
    • Observe wildlife from a distance. Do not follow or approach them.
    • Never feed animals. Feeding wildlife damages their health, alters natural behaviors, [habituates them to humans], and exposes them to predators and other dangers.
    • Protect wildlife and your food by storing rations and trash securely.
    • Control pets at all times, or leave them at home.
    • Avoid wildlife during sensitive times: mating, nesting, raising young, or winter.
  • Be Considerate of Other Visitors
    • Respect other visitors and protect the quality of their experience.
    • Be courteous. Yield to other users on the trail.
    • Step to the downhill side of the trail when encountering pack stock.
    • Take breaks and camp away from trails and other visitors.
    • Let nature's sounds prevail. Avoid loud voices and noises.

These principles were established by the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, and built on work by the US Forest Service, National Park Service, and Bureau of Land Management in the mid 1980s. This relationship continues today. The principles are based on and informed by scientific research in the fields of recreation ecology and human dimensions of natural resources. Take a look at the science behind the principles on the Leave No Trace website.

Thank you for doing your part to protect our natural world.

Leave No Trace Seven Principles © 1999 by the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics: www.LNT.org.

YOU MATTER. YOUR EXPERIENCE MATTERS.

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