We provide camping KIT RENTALS with practically everything you will need to enjoy a weekend camping trip. For the ultimate nature getaway, book one of our full service EXPERIENCES and we will provide the campsite for you, as well as kit delivery directly to your site (some experiences even include setup and breakdown of campsite!)
tent camping and outdoor gear rental in Arizona
If you are renting the foldable toilet seat, rest assured we are fully cleaning them with bleach between campers. This option will also come with compostable toilet waste bags that we ask that you either bury 6 inches deep, or pack out with you. Always pack tampons and diapers out in trash bags, do not bury!
While our kits are quite comprehensive, there are some things you will need to supply for yourself. See our packing list below for details.
Oh wow, the possibilities! Some of our favorite areas to camp are:
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Some of our favorite camping foods:
Basically, any time you can pre-make something is a bonus. Not that we don't enjoy cooking from scratch in nature... but minimizing cleanup is great, and the water boils very slowly in higher elevations, so its hard to get a good boil for noodles or rice.
We know camping isn't the same without that crackle of a campfire, but we aren't always guaranteed that we can have a fire. Always check for restrictions where you are going. If fires are not allowed, you can add a gas powered fire ring rental to your order so you can still have that fire glow.
Yes, adults over 12 must have a license to fish in most places in Arizona.
Many people have fears of camping because of the potential for an interaction with wildlife. Fair enough... but remember that they are afraid of you as well. use the following tips to help be sure you're not accidentally luring them in to your campsite.
Know the average low temperatures where you are camping, and shop accordingly. For car camping (not backpacking), you do not need a super tiny, super lightweight bag, so you can find warm bags that will be affordable.
3 season bags are the most versatile. Most 3 season sleeping bags are rated around 20 to 32 degrees Fahrenheit, summer bags being 32 degrees or higher.
Temperature ratings are only a guide, though (think about the weather report when they say "90 degrees out but FEELS like 100") If you only have a summer bag that is rated at 45 degree Fahrenheit, the actual temperature that bag will be comfortable to sleep at will be more like 55 degrees. In other words, if the weather says a low of 45, and your bag is rated at 45, prepare to layer up your pajamas and socks too!
Well, this all depends on what your gear is like and what temperature your body is comfortable sleeping at. If you have selected the appropriate sleeping bag and sleepwear, there's no reason why you can't make through a 30 degree night (we prefer lows of around 40 or higher, though!)
You could also opt for a portable heater to help warm your tent up. We do not recommend running the heater while you sleep, but rather using it to pre-heat your tent before bed, and popping it on the morning while you get dressed. Be sure you have a long enough line on the heater to keep the propane tank outside of the tent for safety.