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Whenever you interact with a campfire, you have the option of sleeping, with all the benefits that sleep brings.— In-game description

Home on the Range is a perk in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Honest Hearts.


Taking this perk grants the ability to use a campfire to sleep and receive all benefits that it offers, essentially giving every campfire the function of a bed.


  • In Hardcore mode, sleeping via the perk will only restore health; it will not grant the Well Rested bonus nor will it heal crippled limbs, though the health restoration alone is highly useful for anyone without a large supply of stimpaks.
  • Pairing the perk with the Roughin' It perk will counter the above point, allowing a character in Hardcore mode to restore health, including repairing limbs, provided that one sleeps at a campfire.
  • The perk only works with campfires, not the electric hot plates added by Dead Money and Old World Blues.

Behind the scenes[]

This perk shares its name with the classic folk song "Home on the Range", of which a Fallout-themed variant exists, "Home on the Wastes", played by the Lonesome Drifter after recruiting him for Tommy Torini at the Aces theater.