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Booking Your Bonfire

Booking Process


  1. Fill out our bonfire request form (located at the bottom of our homepage)

  2. When selecting your bonfire package and date please pay your $175.00 non-refundable deposit

  3. You’re all set!  We can purchase your permit no more than 14 days before your event, if there isn’t a permit available we will reach out for a secondary date or location.  The permit costs are included in your package price.

  4. Two days before your bonfire we will collect the balance.  Bonfires must be paid in full before the day of your bonfire.

  5. On the day of your bonfire we will send an email and/or text to confirm your bonfire location.

  6. Show up and enjoy your bonfire, your attendant will be there to assist with anything you might need. 

  7. If requesting a bonfire at a private residence, you MUST have OWNER approval first.  We will provide a form to be signed by homeowner.

 Important Info


All bonfires include setup and break down and will be set up at the time of your choosing (typically 60 minutes prior to sunset).  Once scheduled, changing your date will require a new $125.00 permit fee. Due to permitting, we operate at public beach accesses linked here and below. Therefore, space is limited and subject to change with county regulations and turtle nesting. Due to the limited nature of bonfire permits, please offer us TWO access choices so we will be able to purchase a permit when it is available. If you are staying at beach front property or are the homeowner of beach front property, we will be able to operate on your beach front property with written homeowner consent/approval.  Refunds do not include the deposit and any additional costs for permits.

Additional Items

  • Extra hour - $75 each

  • Beach Chair - $10 each

  • 6’ Table - $25 each

  • Cooler with ice $25 each

  • Cooler with ice and a case of water $40 each

  • Cornhole boards $30

Please add additional item requests to the comments when booking your bonfire.

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