If your RV rental is confirmed, and great. Your next is to purchase the ticket and camper pass. It is $20.00 per RV. Read the following information you will find out more in details.
Who needs a Camper Pass?
This fee applies to any camping vehicle with living quarters,
(ie; RV, Trailer, Cab-Over, Toter-Home) entering Johnson Valley
during KOH. This fee applies to all camping vehicles, whether you
are staying with a team inside Hammertown or dry camping anywhere in
Johnson Valley. Camping passes available at Ultra4License.com.
Is there an additional cost to camp at King of The Hammers?
Yes, if you are bringing a camping vehicle with you, there is a $20 Camper pass required. This fee applies to any camping vehicle with living quarters, (ie; RV, Trailer, Cab-Over, Toter-Home) entering Johnson Valley during KOH. This fee applies to all campers, whether you are staying with a team inside Hammertown or dry camping anywhere in Johnson Valley. Camping is first-come, first-served on the lake bed. It is dry camping without hookups or water services. You are welcome to camp wherever you like as long it is more than 150 feet away from racecourse, which is clearly marked. Camping inside the fences of Hammertown is reserved for pre-registered race teams and sponsors.
Do I have to pay if I am not going into Hammertown and I am just coming out to camp with friends?
Yes. Anyone planning to spectate or camp in Johnson Valley during KOH is required to have a wrist band (spectator pass) and a pass for their camping vehicle. If you are coming to Johnson Valley OHV area during KOH, you will need to pay a spectator fee. Johnson Valley OHV area is public land, but we don’t get to use it for free, we are required to obtain a permit through the BLM each year giving us the right to hold an exclusive event. It takes a lot of labor, people, and equipment to make 7 days of racing feasible and erect Hammertown and clean it all up when we are done. This is why there is a fee charged during KOH. Most of the year Johnson Valley is open to the public and free, however, when a special event, such as King of The Hammers is happening, and it requires a permit, which is why there is a charge.
What do I get with my ticket?
Your ticket gets you access to Johnson Valley for the duration of KOH. This includes access to spectator areas, Hammertown, and dry camping locations. The first 5000 entrants also receive participant stickers, and we give out a spectator flyer with a map of spectator areas, Hammertown vendors, and a list of the full week is scheduled. Spectators also have access to the Jumbotron and port-a-johns inside Hammertown. There is medical and safety personnel on-site throughout the week as well.
What do I need to bring with me to the front gate?
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After you pay for your bands, camping passes and/or parking stickers, you are given the option to text/print tickets. When you click on the tickets you will see a scannable black and white box which is a QR Code. This code is what you need to have available either printed on a piece of paper or saved to your phone that can be scanned at the front gate. Do not wait to download this code on the lake bed. There is not enough cell service and we cannot look up your tickets for you.