Here's a simple arrangement 200'x170' and all rigs are assumed to be 22' wide with awnings and tiedown ropes. As you can see, only 22 rigs fit in this space.
If you do a little magic in the corners, you can get an additional one or two rigs in the same space.
Arrivals ought to be fairly easy. Very few restrictions on which ones must fill first. The will be some issues if we pack the corners.
Things to note:
1. One entrance so that the honey truck can get near the dump valves for everyone. This may require any shade tents or other inside setups to be taken down for a few hours on Thursday.
2. Due to turn radiuses, etc., positions 7, 8, 13, and 14 need to be filled first. Just drive straight in across the boundary rope. Positions 6 and 12 might also need to fill early.
3. All other positions can come in through the entrance or drive straight across, depending on how the court fills up. Obviously, 17 needs to fill before 16.
4. Everyone can drive straight out to depart or in case of emergency, unless the corners are packed. We need a community consensus on how to handle the corners.
5. We can get 20 rigs in a space only slightly larger, 225'x170'. I don't know if there are any size restrictions that the Black Rock City administration might impose. We might get slapped if we block off a large space and it doesn't fill promptly.
6. Evaporation ponds can be placed in the spaces between tow vehicles.
7. The second arrangement above provides space for 6-33', 7-29', and 5-21'. This is clearly not a precise restriction on size.
8. Center Court is pretty big, 77'x157'. The shade tent, as shown, can probably remain up even when the honey buck truck shows up. There is plenty of room for a large truck to back in along each side.
9. Spots 9-16-17 and 1-2-18 form small quads. If anyone is interested in nesting with their buds, they should think about making this known (as if we might dain to reserve spots, not). Oops, check with the boss, ARTSTREAM.