THIS MEET HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO SNOW. WE'LL HAVE UPDATED INFO AS SOON AS WE KNOW MORE.
TIME: 11:00am - 1:00pm
MeetDirectors: Greg Arnold and Jerry Lyons
10:30am Beginner Clinic
11:00am-1:00 Registration Open
11:00am-1:00 Starts Open (starts will be cut off promptly at 1:00pm)
3:00PM - Courses close and clean up begins
$5/map for members ($2/map for additional maps)
$15/map for non-members ($2/map for additional maps)
Memberships are $30/year for family and $20/year for individual
Standard X-Country meet, courses offered: White, Yellow, Orange and Red.
Directions to the start:
From the North: Take I-70 to Exit 41 (Hwy 231 - Greencastle/Cloverdale). Turn south on 231 and drive through Cloverdale. Continue south, passing
the Cataract Falls turnoff, until you come to a "Y". Take the right fork of the "Y", continuing south through Carp. You are now on county road 50E. Continue south on 50E for 0.6 miles, and look for 600N on the right, at the top of a small hill. Turn west (right) on 600N and continue approx. 3 miles to a single-lane wooden bridge on the right that crosses over Rattlesnake Creek. Turn right at the bridge and follow the one-lane gravel road for almost three more miles to the Rattlesnake Campground
From the south: Take Hwy 231 north from Spencer. About one mile after the junction of 231 and 67, look for county road 550N. Turn west (left) on 550N and continue for a mile until the road "T"s into 50E. Turn north (right) on 50E and continue for a half mile to 600N, at the small hill. Turn west (left) and proceed as described above.
Parking & Carpooling:
Like our meets at Story, parking space near the HQ is limited. Unlike Story, however, the gravel road leading to the campground is not wide enough to permit roadside parking, so please do not plan to do this. As you approach the campground on the gravel road, you will notice several small parking areas on both sides. Please make a mental note of these, because if the campground space is full, you will need to drive back down the road and park in one of these areas. Be sure never to block a fire road with your car (look for the steel cables).