Camp D.O.A. Burning Man
Camp D.O.A is a Burning Man theme camp, hosted by an exciting, fun-loving group of rock climbers, mountaineers, canyoneers, backpackers, skiers, kayakers, bicyclists and, of course, Burners! We offer music, conversation, dancing, hooping, and a shady spot to relax with a glass of wine or champagne. So come in, have a seat, and share with us the decadent outdoor adventures you like to do while you enjoy the best wine and champagne in Black Rock City!!
Check out some of our amazing events this year. You will be spoiled and might even learn something while being treated as our "house guest".
2016 - This was an amazing year! With our great placement at 3:30 & Cosimo, we stepped up the decadence for an epic blowout year. We did it up big! Thank you for being part of our big year on the playa!
2015 - Unfortunately, not enough core members could make it this year, so we had to take a break for one year. We sure missed everyone!
2014 - We had an amazing year and all of our long distance campmates really know how to do things right! So many new long term frienships were made this year! And with our location on the corner of 3:00 & Ephesus we had plenty of action for our events!
2013 - Camp D.O.A. had another great year with some awesome new members. Back to our 2011 location on 3 & GDP with a much wider G street allowing Art Cars to swing by frequently. What a treat!
2012 - Camp D.O.A.'s village had a bunch of events and therefore placed in an ideal location! Closer to the esplanade we were a big hit on 3:00 and Dandelion!
2011 - Camp D.O.A. grew into a small village and was a hit once again!
2010 - Our first Theme Camp was a hit!
Having an excellent time sharing decadence with the citizens of Black Rock City, NV (2010).
Burners enjoying great wines at One Eyed Jack's Tavern (2011).
Peritwinkle's after dark
Oregon Wine Tasting event, at Peritwinkle's
Burning Man is an annual art event and temporary community based on radical self expression and self reliance in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada. For an excellent description, see: http://www.themodernnomad.com/2011/principles-of-burning-man/