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    Meadow – Jamerman – Sweetwater

    Campground Layout

    Sixth Crossing

    North

    Meadow Camp

    Jamerman Camp

    Sweetwater Camp

    Square

    Dancing

    Support

    Parking

    Well

    Host Cabin

    Handcart Corral Road to

    Flagg Ranch

    & Bus

    Parking

    Entrance Road

    Irrigation

    Ditch

    Cattle Guards

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    Due to our inability to dispose of trash, we ask you to:

    Pack it in . . . . . Pack it out!

    Please leave the area cleaner than you found it.

    Please do not leave your trash in dumpsters along the highway.

    Please take all of your trash home with you.

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    Sixth Crossing - Road Mileages

    Via Condition From To Mileage

    Road Gravel Sixth Crossing Flagg Bridge (via Bison Basin Road) 3.4

    Road Paved Sixth Crossing Hudson-Atlantic City Road 5.0

    Road Paved Sixth Crossing Hwy 28 Junction with Hwy 789 31.0

    Road Paved Sixth Crossing Lander 39.0

    Road Gravel Sixth Crossing Linford Monument 4.5

    Road Paved/Gravel Sixth Crossing Lower Monument (via Hudson-Atlantic City Road) 18.0

    Road Paved Sixth Crossing Martins Cove 56.0

    Road Paved/Gravel Sixth Crossing Rock Creek Hollow (via Hwy 789 & 28 - best way) 65.6

    Road Paved/Primitive Sixth Crossing Rock Creek Hollow (via Hwy 789/Atlantic-Hudson) 30.0

    Road Paved Sixth Crossing Snowfence Road 2.5

    Road Paved/Gravel Sixth Crossing Sage Camp 16.5

    Road Paved/Gravel Sage Camp Rock Creek Hollow 60.5

    Road Paved Atlantic City turnoff Bus turnoff (Rock Creek Hollow marker) 4.6

    Road Paved Hwy 28/Hwy 789 Jct. Atlantic City turnoff (on Hwy 28) 20.9

    Road Paved Hwy 28/Hwy 789 Jct. Rock Creek Hollow turnoff (after mile marker 45) 25.5

    Road Gravel Rock Creek Hollow Highway 28 11.0

    Road Paved/Gravel Rock Creek Hollow Lander 44.5

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    Sixth Crossing - Trail Distances

    From To Miles Time- Min

    Time- Hrs

    Trail SC 1st River Crossing 3rd River Crossing 0.5 15 0.25

    Trail SC 3rd River Crossing Flagg Bridge 1.5 45 0.75

    Trail SC 3rd River Crossing River Camp 0.3 15 0.25

    Trail SC Flagg Bridge Sage Camp Junction 0.7 21 0.35

    Trail SC Flagg Bridge Rest rooms - Upper Meadow 1.9 57 0.95

    Trail SC Flagg Bridge Willie Meadow Bridge 2.5 75 1.25

    Trail SC Jamerman Camp Flagg Bridge 0.7 21 0.35

    Trail SC Jamerman Camp Sage Camp Trail Sign 1.4 42 0.70

    Trail SC Meadow Camp Flagg Bridge 0.7 21 0.35

    Trail SC Meadow Camp Sage Camp Trail Sign 1.4 42 0.70

    Trail SC Poison Springs 1st River crossing 1.6 48 0.80

    Trail SC Poison Springs Sweetwater Camp 0.6 18 0.30

    Trail SC River Camp Flagg Bridge 2.0 60 1.00

    Trail SC River Camp Sage Camp Trail Sign 2.1 63 1.05

    Trail SC Sweetwater Camp Flagg Bridge 1.0 30 0.50

    Trail SC Sweetwater Camp Sage Camp Trail Sign 1.7 51 0.85

    Trail SC Sixth Crossing Handcart Park 2.6 78 1.30

    Trail SC Sixth Crossing Jamerman Camp 2.6 78 1.30

    Trail SC Sixth Crossing Meadow Camp 2.9 87 1.45

    Trail SC Sixth Crossing Sweetwater Camp 2.9 87 1.45

    Trail SC Willie Meadow Bridge Poison Springs 2.0 60 1.00 NHT Trail Rocky Ridge:

    Trail NHT Sage Camp Lower Monument 1.5 45 0.75

    Trail NHT Lower Monument Upper Monument 2.0 60 1.00

    Trail NHT Upper Monument Lewiston Lakes Road 1.0 30 0.50

    Trail NHT Lewiston Lakes Road Gilespie Place 3.5 105 1.75

    Trail NHT Gilespie Place Strawberry Creek 2.6 78 1.30

    Trail NHT Strawberry Creek Rock Creek Hollow 4.2 126 2.10

    Trail NHT Sage Camp Rock Creek Hollow 14.8 444 7.40

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    CAMPGROUND CHECK OUT LIST

    TASK CHECK WHEN COMPLETED

    PACK UP ALL CAMPING GEAR

    CLEAN FIRE RING(S), REMOVE PAPER AND TRASH

    WALK CAMP AREA AND PICK UP ALL TRASH,

    INCLUDING FOOD

    ASSIGN PEOPLE TO CLEAN BOYS' RESTROOM

    CHECK THAT BOYS' RESTROOM IS CLEAN

    ASSIGN PEOPLE TO CLEAN GIRLS' RESTROOM

    CHECK THAT GIRLS RESTROOM IS CLEAN

    ASSURE ALL TRASH IS REMOVED FROM CAMP

    Cleaning instructions for restrooms:

    (Supplies are provided in room by Jamerman Restroom or by Camp Host)

    1. Sweep floor and pick up trash on floor with dustpan

    2. Empty trash can / put new liner in trash can.

    3. Clean toilet

    a. Spray with disinfectant

    b. Wipe inside of lid and outside of lid with paper towels

    c. Wipe base of toilet with paper towels.

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    HANDCART INSTRUCTIONS

    1. Place Handcart handles down to the ground gently.

    2. Please don't sit on the side handle support arms or the front of

    the Handcart when the handles are resting on the ground or

    on a support.

    3. Carefully watch the handle clearance when going through the

    gates and other narrow places.

    4. The backs of the Handcarts are fragile. You can push on them,

    but please don't pull back on them.

    5. Make sure your Handcarts are washed when you check them

    back in.

    6. Help us take care of the Handcarts. They are a very valuable

    resource for a successful trek and out missionary program at

    these Historic Sites.

    Thank You

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    Campground/Trail Rules

    1. Unload and park only in designated areas. Whenever possible, we will have someone to direct you.

    Please do not block roads at any time. No long-term camping is permitted. A usual stay should not

    extend beyond three nights.

    2. Do not wash dishes, hair, hands, feet, or teeth, near the water faucets or hand pump water wells.

    Surface water seepage can contaminate the drinking water. Collect water in buckets or tubs and wash

    at least 20 feet away in your campsite.

    3. Horses are not allowed. Also, NO pets are allowed!

    4. There will be no smoking, drinking of alcoholic beverages, firearms, or fireworks.

    5. Consider collapsing tents if you leave the campground for a long period of time. The wind can come up

    quickly.

    6. Camp in your assigned area. In campgrounds, please use only the metal fire rings assigned to your group.

    There are to be no open fires in Sage Creek Campground. We do not provide firewood. You must bring

    your own. During a dry year, open fires may be prohibited. You may use charcoal in containers or a

    propane stove.

    7. Except for Sage Campground, vehicles are allowed to park adjacent to the campgrounds in designated

    areas, space permitting. At Sage Campground only one emergency and one food vehicle should be

    parked adjacent to the Campground and semi's are not permitted to park adjacent to the Sage

    Campground.

    8. You are responsible for your own trash. Haul it in and then haul it out. Do not let paper or plastic blow

    around the campground. Leave your area clean, including no trash in the fire rings as well as things such

    as orange peels, apple cores, pop cans, etc. Remember, PACK IT IN...PACK IT OUT.

    9. At the end of your stay, fill out the Campground Check Out List. Please clean the restrooms before your

    group leaves. There are cleaning supplies available from your camp host. Do not throw any debris in

    toilets, as it will clog the cleaning hose of the vacuum truck.

    10. Please leave all gates as you find them.

    11. Quiet time is 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Remove generators to the parking area. Be considerate of other

    groups. Please, no early morning wake-up calls over a sound system or by bugle.

    12. Do not feed the wildlife or bother cattle or horses owned by local ranchers.

    13. Treat the handcarts with care. To prevent handles from breaking, do not drop handles or sit on them.

    Do not sit in carts while the handle is on the ground. You are responsible for your handcarts while your

    group is here. If you break them on the trail, you are still responsible to bring them in. Many groups

    bring duct tape which has enabled them to continue using the carts and get them to the end of the trek.

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    Trek Leaders

    Please,

    Buses and trailers are not to go into Atlantic City.

    Also, do not dump any trash in Atlantic City.

    Thank You!

    Road Instructions

    Sixth Crossing to Rock Creek Hollow

    From Sixth Crossing go 31 miles on Highway 789 toward Lander, Wyoming

    Turn left on Hwy 28, go about 22 miles.

    • Pass the Atlantic City turn off.

    • Pass the rock walls in the mining area.

    • go over the next hill and start down the other side

    • Pass Louis Lake turnoff.

    • Watch for brown historical marker sign about 1/4 mile past mile marker 45, it reads,

    "Historic Place, Rock Creek Hollow, Willie Rescue Site." Turn left here.

    • Follow the small brown signs giving directions to Rock Creek Hollow; it is about 11miles on the gravel road.

    •Hold your speed down to 30 mph. It will help reduce the chance of