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Hump’N’Bump 2023 Registration

Help & FAQs

Registration Help

As with many great wheeling days… things don’t always go as planned. If you run into trouble, have questions, or need help completing your registration, use one of the following methods to reach us. Or read through our Frequently Asked Questions below.

By phone:
(702) 305-0151
Mon-Fri, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm

By email:
Please allow 24 hrs to receive a response back Mon – Fri, or 48 hrs on Sat, Sun, and holidays.

In person during open registration at the following meetings:

Wednesday, Sept 6, 2023, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Wednesday, Sept 20, 2023, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Wednesday, Oct 4, 2023, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of every month,
from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm at:
Tap House
5589 West Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89146

Got Questions? Check out or FAQs below!

We've compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions to help you better understand the event. If you can't find the answers below, send us an email and we will be happy to help!

When and where is the event?
Hump'N'Bump 2023 will be held October 19 through October 22, 2023. Camping and the non-trail activities will be held at the Clark County Fairgrounds 1301 Whipple Ave Logandale, NV 89021. Wheeling will take place throughout the Logandale Trails System and surrounding areas.
When does vehicle registration open?

Vehicle registration will open August 26, 2023 at 8:00am.

Is on-site vehicle registration available?
Due to the limited number of vehicle spots available on each run, it is best to pre-register. Trail spaces will close as each run reaches maximum capacity, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. If there are any remaining spots available during the event, we will allow on-site registration until all spots are full. Once all spots are full, no additional on-site reservations will be allowed.
What type of vehicles are allowed?

Full-sized vehicles (including Buggies) are permitted at the event. SxSs, with proof of insurance, registration, and current OHV tags are also allowed at the event. NO ATVs, dirt bikes, or other OHV vehicles are currently allowed to register for this event.

Are there age limits or driver requirements?

Drivers must be over the age of 18, with a valid driver's license, and the vehicle must be insured. There are no age limits for passengers, as long as they are not driving the vehicle.

How much does event registration cost?

Event registration costs

$85.00 per vehicle (Early Registration, Online Only, From 8/26/23 – 9/30/23)
$95.00 per vehicle (Regular Price, Online Only, From 10/01/23 – 10/15/23)
$105.00 per vehicle (On-Site Pricing At Event)

• one off-road vehicle 3-day entry
• 3 days of trails, including any optional bonus runs offered
• a trail flag
• a badge of honor
• 5 free raffle tickets
• registration for as many passengers as you have seat belts
• a goodie bag for every child 12 and under registering with you (please indicate # of kids so we can make sure to have enough goodie bags!)

Are passengers free?
Registration fees are per vehicle. You do not need to pay any additional fees for passengers riding on the trails with you during the event, and you may have as many passengers as there are seat belts in the registered vehicle.

Optional event items, such as additional camp sites, meals, and/or apparel, if required, will need to be paid in addition to vehicle registration fees.

Is this event kid and pet-friendly?

Yes, our event is both kid and pet-friendly.

Adult supervision is required for kids during the event, for safety reasons, especially during trail runs and around the campfire.

Pets are required to be on a leash when in camp and on trails. Pets are not allowed in the Glen Hardy building food line during dinner service.

On-site camping
Optional, on-site camping at the Clark County Fairgrounds is available during the event. Pricing is for the entire event, not by day.

Tent Camping spots: $40.00 per tent, per spot (power not included)

Family Tent Camping spots: $50.00 for 2 tent spot (power not included)

Boondocking: $60.00 per spot, in the Northeast lot only, and does not include power and water hookups.

RV Glamping Spot:
RV spot for 1 RV for the entire H'N'B event.
Includes H2O hookup and power (bring your own hose)
Limited availability on a first-come, first-served basis
$75.00 (Early Registration Price, Online Only, From 8/26/23 - 9/30/23)
$85.00 (Regular Registration Price, Online Only, From 10/01/23 - 10/15/23)
$95.00 (On-Site Registration Pricing At Event)

Trailer Camping spots: Trailers are considered RVs under the Fairground rental agreement, and will fall under RV or Boondocking information above. Please register for one of those two spot types.

Bathrooms & showers
Bathrooms and porta-potties are available on-site, throughout the Clark County Fairgrounds.

Showers: Improved For 2023! We will have three primitive "Camp Style" showers set up at the west end of the grassy area for quick rinses. Bear with us during this experimental project, and please keep your shower time short to allow maximum utilization by additional attendees. Bring your own towels and biodegradable soaps.

What is the campfire/fire pit policy?

All fires must be contained by a fire pit, and must be at least 6" off the ground, on the gravel. Fire pits on the grass require a concrete backer board under the fire pit, and fire pit must be 6” off the ground, so as not to damage the grass. A limited quantity of boards will be available at registration, on a first-come, first-served basis.

What is the drug/alcohol policy?
Drugs and alcohol are not permitted on the trails. For the safety of everyone on the trails, drivers and their passengers will be required to leave if they are found in violation of this policy, and no refunds will be given.
Will there be vendors at the event?
Yes! Some of our sponsors will have vendor booths available where you can get more information about a wide variety of products.
Will there be food at the event?

Yes! Food trucks are always a possibility Thursday and Friday for lunch & dinner, as well as Saturday for lunch. We will know more details the week of the event, on which trucks may be available, and at what times.

Kuppa Joe will be on-site Friday & Saturday mornings during trail launches.

Saturday - 6:00 pm - Glenn Hardy Bldg Dinner (tickets for the dinner must be paid for in advance, during your registration).

Will there be a raffle at the event?

Yes! Our sponsors have graciously donated lots of awesome prizes for our raffle, which will be held on Saturday night, immediately following our dinner. Winners must be present to win.

More information on raffle tickets sales will be available closer to the event.

Will there be a raffle for kids attending the event?
Yes! This is one of our favorite parts of the event, and Armbruster Industries has gone above and beyond to make sure every kid 12 and under will receive a prize.

When registering, please make sure to include the age and sex of the children you will be bringing to the Saturday night raffle, so that we can make sure they get a personalized, age-appropriate prize. Must be present to win.

Are vehicle tech inspections required?
Yes! All vehicles require a tech inspection prior to running on the trail, to ensure your rig is capable of being on the trails you’ve selected, and that all safety requirements are met.
Are trail flags required?
Yes! You will receive an event flag in your vehicle registration package that is required to be hung from your antenna while you are on your selected trail ride.

Once you leave the trail each day, please remove your trail flag from your antenna, and keep in a safe place for your next selected trail run.

What kind of communication is required in my vehicle?
Trail guides will be communicating with the participants on their trail using CBs. Each trail will be on a specific channel, and your trail guide for the day will instruct you as to on which channel they will be broadcasting.

Please verify that your CB is in working condition prior to attending the event, as we have no on-site repairs, or additional units available.

Side-by-Sides: We are working on trail communications for SxS drivers and will have more details available closer to the event.

On-site vehicle recovery and welding services

For the umpteeth year, Total Karnage will be our recovery crew, and handle all of our vehicle recovery during Hump'N'Bump trail riding hours.

Total Karnage can be found by contacting one of our event staff members or trail guides.

Karnage Welder (Official Welding Sponsor) will also be providing welding services throughout the event, for those in need. See event staff for help!

Are there any off-site places to stay nearby?
Yes! There are a few motels in the Moapa/Overton, Nevada area, within 20 minutes of the Clark County Fairground. Additional motels are available in Mesquite, approx. 45 minutes from the event, and North Las Vegas, approx. an hour from the event. Book early as they fill up fast!
Local ammenities and services

For first-time attendees, and people with short-term memories, here are a few local service providers:

Gas/Fuel: Green Valley Grocery (SHELL) is on the corner of Moapa Blvd and Whipple St. , less than 1 mile from camp

Ice: Green Valley Grocery (SHELL) is on the corner of Moapa Blvd and Whipple St., less than 1 mile from camp

Propane: Green Valley Grocery (SHELL) is on the corner of Moapa Blvd and Whipple St., less than 1 mile from camp

Grocery Store: Lin’s Grocery - 350 S. Moapa Valley Blvd, Overton, NV 89040 Lin's Grocery Store

Auto Parts Store:
Napa Auto Parts - 111 N Moapa Valley Blvd, Overton, NV 89040 702-397-8011

O'Reilly Auto Parts - 215 N Moapa Valley Blvd, Moapa Valley, NV 89040 702-397-8570

What is the cancellation policy?

Cancellations received 30 days prior to the event opening will receive a full refund of event registration fees, meals, and camping spots purchased. No refunds will be given for purchases of raffle tickets. Any cancellation less than 30 days before the event will be issued at 50% refund only of registration fee; no refund will be issued on meals, wearables, or camping spots. No credits or refunds will be processed for no shows.

The following forms and pamphlets are required for participation in the event:

  • Vehicle Tech Inspection - Mandatory Form - All
  • Waiver for Adult Passengers - Mandatory Form - All
  • Waiver for Minor Passengers - Mandatory Form - If Applicable
  • Georgia Pacific Waiver & Release Agreement - Mandatory Form - All
  • Desert Tortoise Pamphlet - Mandatory Reading - All

Forms must be downloaded and completed prior to participating in the event. Please bring completed forms with you to registration.

Download all forms and pamphlets in one PDF (recommended)
Download: All Hump 'N' Bump Forms and Pamphlets

To download forms individually, or for slow internet connections, select from list below:
Download: Vehicle Tech Inspection Form
Download: Waiver for Adult Passengers
Download: Waiver for Minor Passengers
Download: Georgia Pacific Waiver & Release Agreement
Download: Desert Tortoise Pamphlet

Contact Vegas Valley 4 Wheelers
Phone: (702) 582-7374
Kevin Bailey: (702) 305-0151
Mailing Address:
840 South Rancho Drive, Suite 4-601
Las Vegas, NV 89106

Twice Monthly Club Meetings

Join us on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at 6:30pm at the
Tap House
5589 West Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89146

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