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BRC HOA 2017.png Questions or concerns from placement? Please contact Yeti (yeti at drcarlscamp dot com).


The BRC HOA endeavors to provide a wide variety of activities and services for a more live-able neighborhood.

  • Visit The Mystical Order of Dust and Shadows and partake in their playa-wide adventure or stay put and learn to meditate.
  • Shangri La, a wine bar with a yoga problem. Every respectable neighborhood needs one.
  • Looking for a little music with a little less thump in it? Brokedown Palace is ready to oblige. Live music and space to chill out.
  • Bearwhalea serves up custom cocktails that are sure to put a dent in your daytime activities. So much for that art you wanted to see.
  • Challenge a friend or a soon to be friend at Dr. Carl's Dept. of Remote Control Danger. Race a tiny art car around our precisely engineered track. If you're too tired to move your thumbs, relax in a hammock provided in an impressive hexagonal shade apparatus.
  • Have you been missing your vegetables? Michelada and Lipstick will gladly provide them in a tasty beer beverage. Hang around with your new friends in their various shady spots.
  • Perhaps you need a lift after crossing the desert all night (and whatever else it is you got up to!) Rejuvenation will get you back on your feet with coconut water and other refreshing elements that will leave you feeling like new.
  • No matter where you go in the HOA you will surely be followed by rants from our snarky Trashistanis. This year with a mobile altar Shrine of Catharsis, the Fortune Telling Ritual Mini-Bar, Trashi-Cinema, and the RANT-O-MATIC™ (if they feel like it.)
  • Finally as the sun begins to set and you howl (for you have survived another day in the desert), be dazzled by Prismaticamp's thousands of LEDs strewn about in costume, pedal powered cars and beyond.

Physical Description

The 10 camps in the village will utilize multiple structures for shelter, interactivity and infrastructure. Domes, quonset huts, hexayurts, scaffolding, RVs and a few stray tents will be scattered across our little piece of land. Our goal is to arrange the village to maximize frontage and to truly present ourselves as a village and not just a collection of camps. Each camp will submit a questionnaire detailing their structures.


Our village includes a wide variety of interactive elements, camp styles and Burner "how we got here" stories. Each camp within the village welcomes the new Burner and is eager to ensure they not only have an excellent time but become participants and contributors to our little city and the world they go back to.


A couple of our camps have BRC Storage Containers. ContainerPlacement info is here.