PURE
PRESSED
CANNABIS

EXPERIENCE FLOWER IN
A CARTRIDGE

We perfected our rosin and infused 3x the amount of steam-distilled terpenes for the brightest flavor and the smoothest taste.

  • Nevada's first
    solventless rosin
    in a cartridge
    and disposable pen

  • Made without
    butane or CO2
    for a cleaner
    final product

  • Tastes incredible
    thanks to a high
    concentration of
    natural terpenes

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Innovative new favorites. High-quality classics. And so much more to come.

NEW! Zipliner

An exhilarating blend of Super Sour Diesel and Lemon Killer Haze.

Available in: Solventless Rosin Cartridge, Disposable Pen, Ice Water Hash and Ice Water Hash Rosin
Storyteller

A captivating blend of Cherry Diesel and Inferno OG terpenes.

Available in: Cartridge, Disposable Pen, Diamonds
Stargazer

An awe-inspiring blend of Lemon Tree flower and Inferno OG terpenes

Available in: Cartridge, Disposable Pen, Rosin Coin
Happy Camper

A feel-good blend of Anslinger flower and delicious Grapefruit Durban terpenes.

Available in: Cartridge, Disposable Pen
Orange Cookies

A classic and powerful cross between Orange Juice and Girl Scout Cookies

Available in: Rosin Coin

MEET THE MAKER

Listen to Aaron Nino, creator of Happy Camper, talk about finding his CAMP and
the proprietary process that lead to the best concentrates we've ever tasted.

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Discover a place where you can be completely yourself. A place where nothing gets you down. Somewhere to make your own adventure. Unplug, take a deep breath and recharge. This is your happy place.

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CAMP is a culture.
an experience.
a feeling.

CAMP is where we find community and discover ourselves. A place with or without walls—or a way to push past them.

CAMP is for slowing down and tuning in. Choosing cultivation over quickness and timelessness over trend. It’s an approach to life, and why our farms use the most natural and organic methods possible. We believe that we are what we do: quality in, quality out.

The CAMP tribe is open minded, strong of spirit, and young at heart. We know the power of laughter and revelry; of silence and awe. We are drawn to nature because we know that money can’t buy the wild moments that define us.

if this is you,
you are home.

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CAMP is anywhere you want it to be. Your happy place or a state of mind.

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It used to be a very simple question to answer: How many medical marijuana states are there? Before the election of President Barack Obama, you either lived in a state where patients with certain conditions could legally grow and use cannabis as medicine with a doctor’s recommendation, or you lived in a state where growing cannabis got you thrown in prison—no matter what your condition. Since then, however, there have been more-restrictive medical marijuana laws passed in some states. Some states don’t let patients (or their caregivers) cultivate their own cannabis, forcing them to the dispensary to purchase medicine. Some states don’t allow cannabis flower at all, relegating patients to only non-smoked forms of medicine. Then there is the recent advent of states, mostly in the South and Midwest, that allow low-THC / high-CBD cannabis oils, primarily for epileptic children. Are these so-called “CBD-only states” to be considered “medical marijuana states,” when nobody is using any actual marijuana? What about the states lacking smokable cannabis flower, a.k.a. marijuana? Are those “medical marijuana states?” It used to be a very simple question to answer: How many medical marijuana states are there? Before the election of President Barack Obama, you either lived in a state where patients with certain conditions could legally grow and use cannabis as medicine with a doctor’s recommendation, or you lived in a state where growing cannabis got you thrown in prison—no matter what your condition. Since then, however, there have been more-restrictive medical marijuana laws passed in some states. Some states don’t let patients (or their caregivers) cultivate their own cannabis, forcing them to the dispensary to purchase medicine. Some states don’t allow cannabis flower at all, relegating patients to only non-smoked forms of medicine. Then there is the recent advent of states, mostly in the South and Midwest, that allow low-THC / high-CBD cannabis oils, primarily for epileptic children. Are these so-called “CBD-only states” to be considered “medical marijuana states,” when nobody is using any actual marijuana? What about the states lacking smokable cannabis flower, a.k.a. marijuana? Are those “medical marijuana states?”It used to be a very simple question to answer: How many medical marijuana states are there? Before the election of President Barack Obama, you either lived in a state where patients with certain conditions could legally grow and use cannabis as medicine with a doctor’s recommendation, or you lived in a state where growing cannabis got you thrown in prison—no matter what your condition. Since then, however, there have been more-restrictive medical marijuana laws passed in some states. Some states don’t let patients (or their caregivers) cultivate their own cannabis, forcing them to the dispensary to purchase medicine. Some states don’t allow cannabis flower at all, relegating patients to only non-smoked forms of medicine. Then there is the recent advent of states, mostly in the South and Midwest, that allow low-THC / high-CBD cannabis oils, primarily for epileptic children. Are these so-called “CBD-only states” to be considered “medical marijuana states,” when nobody is using any actual marijuana? What about the states lacking smokable cannabis flower, a.k.a. marijuana? Are those “medical marijuana states?”