Jean Dry Lake
Bed, Jean, NV
12pm -10pm (Tripoli Research Rules apply)
Saturday 8am - 10pm
Sunday 8am - 2pm
is invited to attend to see what High Power Rocketry is all
about. However, due to Insurance Regulations, only
Tripoli members and qualified NAR members are permitted to
fly High Power. All flyers under 18 in attendance may fly
Model Rockets (A through G motors). We have an FAA
waiver in effect with clearance 7500 ft. msl =4700 ft. above
the lake bed. All participants and visitors are asked to abide
by Tripoli and BLM rules. A $10 per day, per person,
is applicable to ALL flyers to help defray costs.
limited supply of motor reloads will be available to flyers
with proof of proper certification level.
12pm - 10pm
All Tripoli flyers are welcome
to fly certified or research motors up to you current Tripoli
level. Research motors may only fly to 75% of range altitude
limit. No children under 18 will be allowed at the pads when
researsh is being flowen. You may see prototype rocket motors
from big or small rocket motor manufacturers. You may also
see research rockets, electronics, and recovery systems. Research
groups from Nevada, Arizona, Utah and California may be in
attendance. Many of these rockets are large with large powerful
motors, ranging from J to P class motors.
These are strictly Research rocket
launches, launched under the guidelines of Tripoli Research
Safety Code. Rockets at research launches maybe be very large,
powerful and thus potentially dangerous rockets. Non-members
must be 100% aware of their surroundings at all times.
A Range Head will be set up as
Operation Central and ALL launches must go through it. Each
rocket is reviewed by the Range Safety Officer (RSO) and if
warranted, the board of Tripoli Vegas may be polled to approve
or disprove a given rocket. Their decision is final. Flyers
may request the RSO or Board member to review the rocket during
preparation for flight to answer any flight safety questions.
Several pads will be available however it is advised that
those planning to participate bring their own ground support
equipment for specific applications.
rockets must be cleared through the rangehead before taken
to the pad area.
A $35 BLM fee is
required, from all vendors and will be collected at the launch
before they setup , for more info please contact the treasurer.
your ongoing support.
get to Jean Dry Lake simply head South out of Las Vegas on
I-15 and exit off the 12 mile mark and head east on 161 (under
Bridge) about 1/4 mile and then turn north on route 6 for
about 3 miles , look for the BIG brown area to the East and/or
Launch site Signs. ( three roads lead to the Dry lake bed,
The Easiest is Route will be Marked.
Jean Dry Lake close up
Coming from Las
From Warm Springs + Las Vegas
Follow Las Vegas Blvd south
15.4 miles turn left
Follow paved road
2.1 miles turn right
Follow dirt road
At the Jean Dry Lake Bed entrance
0.75 miles heading (south-south-west)
to the middle of the bed.
Alternate Route to a better graded dirt road:
Follow Las Vegas Blvd south
17.9 miles turn left
Follow well graded dirt road to Dry Lake Bed
NV (3 miles south of Launch site area)
Primm, NV (13 miles south of launch site area)
1-800-FUN-STOP ( 1-800-386-7867)
Las Vegas, NV (25 miles North of launch site area)
many to list, take your Pick:
High powered, and Standard pads
of launch rod available and Rails too!
just bring your own, room we have!
$10 per day.
Camping: is Permitted
(NO fires on the lakebed floor)
(Grills and Burn Barrels are "OK")
sure to bring Wood to burn!)
Waiver: 7500 ft msl = 4700 ft above the lake