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CAMPING GEAR RENTALS

Gear and equipment to oufit your entire adventure.  Rent backpacks, cooksets, stoves, sleeping bags, pads, pillows, and more. 

CAMPING GEAR RENTALS

Price

$ (See Below)

Duration

1-7 days

Rental Gear Program

Our rental program is the best way to outfit all your outdoor adventures.  Camping is the most hands-on way to explore the Southwest. Our "Basecamp" line is for car camping, canoeing, or when you just want to be pampered. The "Backpacker" series is made for the unique needs of fast and light backpacking. Rent your gear today, and explore Zion, Valley of Fire, Death Valley, or Lake Mead and Black Canyon.

GEAR RENTAL OPTIONS

Drybag 55L

Drybag 55L

Waterproof bags to keep your clothing dry while on the river or in the rain.

Rent a drybag to keep your clothing, sleeping bag, and other essentials from getting wet. X-tra large sizes come with roll-top closure and have an attached D-ring for securing to your boat.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$10

N/A

Backpacker Stove

Backpacker Stove

Small, compact and light stove for hot meals on the trail.

Lightweight and small, these stoves weigh mere ounces and stow neatly in your pack or a boat. Simple, basic, and easy to operate - they are the preferred cooking method for backpackers and kayakers. (Fuel not included)

First two days:

Each additional day:

$15

$3

Basecamp Stove

Basecamp Stove (1-Burner)

Medium sized propane burner for larger pots and pans.

Cook bratwurst, chili or soups. Our basecamp series stove is large enough to hold a 7-liter stockpot, boil copius amounts of water for pasta, or saute chicken for fajitas. If you have a large group or you just want something bigger, this stove is for you. (Fuel not included)

First two days:

Each additional day:

$15

$3

Campstove two-burner

Basecamp Stove (2-Burner)

A portable camp stove for cooking healthy and hearty meals outdoors.

With 20,000 BTU burners, this camp stove is great for all your "basecamp" adventures. The bigger footprint is perfect for larger pots of boiling water, cooking pasta, or homeade chili. Use two burners to heat the breakfast griddle for pancakes, eggs, and bacon. It is great for cooking vegan meals, too! (Fuel not included).

First two days:

Each additional day:

$23

$4

Mess Kit (2 person)

Mess Kit (2 person)

A lightweight service for two.

Set includes two plates, two forks, two knives, two spoons and two durable BPA-free silicone cups

First two days:

Each additional day:

$6

$1

Mess Kit (4 person)

Mess Kit (4 person)

A lightweight service for four.

Set includes four plates, four forks, four knives, four spoons and four durable BPA-free silicone cups.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$10

$2

Cookset (2p)

Backpacker Cookset (2p)

Backpacker style cookset; lightweight and small.

A small pot and lid that doubles as a secondary cooking pan. Handles fold in to make packing easy, and fuel canister fits snugly inside (not included).

First two days:

Each additional day:

$12

$3

Cookset (4p)

Basecamp Cookset (4p)

Full service for four, along with pots for cooking meals.

This lightweight and compact stainless steel collection is a complete dining set for four. Set includes an 8.4" frying pan, 5.6" qt. stockpot, 2.5" qt. stockpot, 2 Lids, 4 plates, sporks, cups, and 4 lids in a mesh carrying bag. When you’re done eating, just clean it and pack it all up in a mesh carrying bag for easy transport.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$20

$5

Kitchen Spices & Utensil Kit

Kitchen Spices & Utensil Kit

Everything you need to cut, prepare, cook, and clean your meals while camping.

Kit includes 4 sets of silverware, collapsible whisk, serve spoon with measuring components, spatula, tongs, salt, pepper, and seasonings, soap, bleach, cutting board, and scouring pads.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$13

$2

Roll Table

Basecamp Roll Table

Portable table rolls up into a 6" diameter bundler that is easily stowed for transport.

A camper's best friend. In a couple of minutes, the Roll-A-Table transforms from a compact bundle to a square table. It has a wide side pocket to conveniently hold your cooking supplies. Rent one today and enhance your camping experience.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$25

$3

Camp Chair

Basecamp Camp Chair

Folding chairs are perfect for chilling by the river or around the campfire.

It's nice to sit in a comfy chair after a long day of paddling or hiking. There's even a space for your cold beverage!

First two days:

Each additional day:

$10

$2

Canister Fuel 4 oz.

Canister Fuel 4 oz.

Fuel your backpacker stoves with isobutane fuel 4 oz. canister.

Isobutane is available for purchase for backpacker canister stoves. Canisters are available in different sizes for a variety of cook times (fuel purchases are non-returnable).

First two days:

Each additional day:

$8.12

N/A

Canister Fuel

Canister Fuel 8 oz.

Fuel your backpacker stoves with isobutane fuel 8 oz. canister.

Isobutane is available for purchase for backpacker canister stoves. Canisters are available in different sizes for a variety of cook times (fuel purchases are non-returnable).

First two days:

Each additional day:

$9.48 + tax

N/A

Propane Fuel

Propane Fuel

16 ounces of portable propane in a pretty green cylinder.

This fuel cylinder fits portable propane appliances, tabletop stoves, grills, heaters, and lights. Propane is ideal for on-the-go cooking, grilling, heating and lighting. (Fuel purchases are non-returnable).

First two days:

Each additional day:

$8.49

N/A

White Gas

White Gas

Fuel your backpacker stoves with liquid fuel, a.k.a. white gas.

MSR superfuel is available to purchase for your liquid fuel backpacker stoves. Bring your own canister; fuel price is per ounce. (Fuel purchases are non-returnable).

First two days:

Each additional day:

$1.50/oz

N/A

Foam Sleeping Pad

Backpacker Sleeping Pad - Foam

Insulating and tough for protection when cowboy camping.

The workhorse of outdoor comfort, foam traps more heat and provides more insulation than an air mattress and is practically indestructible. These pads are bulkier than traditional air pads, but weigh less.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$15

$3

Air Sleeping Pad

Sleeping Pad - Air

A light pad of air to rest your weary muscles after a long day of hiking or exploring.

This 3-season sleep pad is made for backpackers, campers and midnight star gazers alike. With a durable polyester material that is water-resistant, it's a sleeping surface you can truly depend on. Includes a stuff sack for easy packing and transport, and a camping pillow.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$20

$4

Camp Pillow

Camp Pillow

A fluffy place to lay your head after a day of adventure.

A pillow is a necessity for your camping trips when you want to get a good night's sleep. It compacts into a drawstring stuff sack so it doesn't take up much room. The pillows come with a brushed polyester outer fabric, so it feels soft against your face. Your sleeping experience will be much more enjoyable.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$10

$2

Sleeping Bag (50F)

Sleeping Bag (50F)

The lightest bag for warm summers.

When it comes to sleeping bags, you can choose from various temperature ratings for year-round camping comfort. You're toes will be warm and toasty all night long. Mummy bag style for weight savings.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$15

$5

Sleeping Bag (40F)

Sleeping Bag (40F)

A light bag for warm desert camping.

When it comes to sleeping bags, you can choose from various temperature ratings for year-round camping comfort. You're toes will be warm and toasty all night long. Mummy bag style for weight savings.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$25

$5

Sleeping Bag (30F)

Sleeping Bag (30F)

A nice bag to. ward off the chill. Not too warm, not too cold.

When it comes to sleeping bags, you can choose from various temperature ratings for year-round camping comfort. You're toes will be warm and toasty all night long. Mummy bag style for weight savings.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$30

$6

Sleeping Bag (20F)

Sleeping Bag (20F)

A little extra warmth for those chilly nights.

When it comes to sleeping bags, you can choose from various temperature ratings for year-round camping comfort. You're toes will be warm and toasty all night long. Mummy bag style for weight savings.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$35

$7

Sleeping Bag (0F)

Sleeping Bag (0F)

Snuggle into this fluffy bag to stay warm in cold weather.

When it comes to sleeping bags, you can choose from various temperature ratings for year-round camping comfort. You're toes will be warm and toasty all night long. Mummy bag style for weight savings.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$40

$8

Sleeping Bag (-20F)

Sleeping Bag (-20F)

For cold sleepers or freezing temps, this bag is toasty.

When it comes to sleeping bags, you can choose from various temperature ratings for year-round camping comfort. You're toes will be warm and toasty all night long. Mummy bag style for weight savings.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$50

$9

Tent (2 person)

Tent (2 person)

A great choice for backpacking trips.

Don't get soaked on your camping trip! A two person tent has 2 doors and 2 vestibules (one over each door) to make entering and exiting the tent hassle free. The two doors each have a mesh window, which is great for ventilation... and when it's time to put on the fly, you won't have to worry about losing your fresh air. The fly has additional vents for continued ventilation. (1 adult = luxurious, 2 = snug).

First two days:

Each additional day:

$50

$6

Tent (3 Person)

Tent (3 Person)

Roomy choice for two people, or snugly with three.

Three person tents are easy to assemble with tent clips that snap in place over the poles. Two doors make getting it easy to get in and out with vestibules (one over each door) that you can use for extra gear storage. Mesh roof vents increase ventilation and improve star gazing. (2 adults = roomy, 3 adults = snug).

First two days:

Each additional day:

$60

$7

Tent (4 person)

Tent - 4 person

A great tent for families or those wanting more space.

Sleep under the stars in a roomy 4 person tent, with two doors for easy access and a rainfly, just in case. (2 adults = luxurious, 3 = just right, 4 = snug).

First two days:

Each additional day:

$70

$8

Cooler Ice Chest

Cooler / Ice Chest

Keeps your drinks chilly and your food ready for grilling.

Need a place to keep your food and beverages cold? These 48 Qt ice chests will do the trick. A great choice for canoes on day trips or overnights.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$15

$3

Animal-proof food storage

Food Storage (Kayak)

Round tub to keep wildlife out of your food supply.

Keeping critters out of your food supply is not only a park service requirement, it's a good Leave No Trace practice. These round tubs have a screw-on lid and can be secured to kayak decks.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$8

$2

Animal-proof food storage

Food Storage (Canoe)

15 Gallon tote with latching lid that can be secured to keep wildlife out of your food supply.

Keeping critters out of your food supply is not only a park service requirement, it's a good Leave No Trace practice. Large totes are better suited to canoes.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$12

$3

Kitchen Tarp

Kitchen Tarp

A simple solution to catch micro-trash and food scraps in your kitchen area.

When you are prepping food in the outdoors, leaving food scraps behind will attract wildlife to your campsite. Laying a tarp under your cooking/food-prep area will allow you to collect any scraps and properly dispose of them later.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$3

$1

Fire Pan & Ember Mat

Large Fire Pit & Ember Mat

24"x24" size is best suited for large groups, canoe camping, and cooking. Comes with ember mat and heat shield.

A portable fire pit for burning wood or charcoal. Includes Leave No Trace Heat Shield that protects the ground underneath, and an ember mat to catch strays . Fires burn with 80% less smoke for a more enjoyable campfire experience.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$25

$5

Fire Pan  for hiking

Fire Pit - Small

12"x12" size is best suited for backpacking and kayaking adventures. Comes with heat shield.

A portable wood or charcoal-burning fire pit. Includes Leave No Trace Heat Shield lets you have a fire on any surface without damaging the underneath ground. Makes hot fires with 80% less smoke for a more enjoyable campfire experience.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$15

$3

Ember Mat

Ember Mat

60 x 67 in Ember Mat meets all U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management fire blanket regulations

An Ember Mat (or fire blanket) acts as a safety barrier against embers from your grill or fire pit. Easy to use and folds up like a picnic blanket after use.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$10

$2

For use with Pop-Up Fire Pit

Grill Grate for Cooking

This large grill grate is your go-to cooking accessory for use with the large fire pits.

There is nothing better than cooking over the campfire at camp! Convert your rental fire pit to a campfire grill. Grates are perfect for hot dogs, hamburgers, steaks, and potatoes... and strong enough to support griddles and lightweight camp cookware.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$10

$3

Ammo Can (small)

Ammo Can (for ashes/trash)

Ammo can for trash or ashes

Packing out campfire ashes from the night before can be tricky. You can imagine what might occur if you put hot coals in a plastic bin, canoe, or kayak. Fear not, you can rest easy knowing there is a metal solution that is water and air tight.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$8

$2

Poop Tube

Poop Tube (for used wag bags)

Waterproof and smellproof storage for solid human waste requirements.

Everybody poops. Western river corridors often require paddlers and river runners to pack everything out with them - and we do mean everything. Poop tubes are a great way for kayakers to store used wag-bags, while traveling on the river. They are leakproof, puncture proof, and will protect your cargo until you are safely back in the land of flushing toilets and garbage bins. Rent one today.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$12

$3

Portable Toilet

Portable Toilet

A lightweight and collapsible, portable bathroom toilet for outdoor camping excursions.

While you can use a wag-bag without this portable toilet, it sure makes it nice to have a seat when nature calls. This collapsible seat is great when space is tight. The locking leg system is sturdy and quick to set up, with a weight capacity of 275 lbs. Wag bag inserts make cleanup easy and meet river regulations in Black Canyon. (Wag-Bags not included)

First two days:

Each additional day:

$20

$5

Camping Lantern

Collapsible Camping Lantern

Lightweight, compact lantern for camping.

This portable collapsible lantern is easy to carry or set up anywhere that you need a bright handy light. The advanced collapsible design also makes using and transporting the lantern super convenient.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$10

$5

Marine Radio

Marine Radio

Great for communication with other VHF / UHF users.

Water Resistant marine radio for use in remote areas or river corridors such as Black Canyon. Use as part of your emergency gear or to prepare for your upcoming trip.

First two days:

Each additional day:

$22

$3

"Camping.  Because therapy is expensive."

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Peter Holcombe

Guest Contributor

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