RC Flying Fields
US Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado: Model Engineering Club RC Field
Dayton, Ohio RC Flying Field: Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio
Las Vegas, Nevada: Circus-Circus Flying Field, El Dorado Dry Lake, North Las Vegas Municipal Field, Lake Meade Flying Field
Ft. Meade, Maryland: Ft. Meade Parade Field
Huntsville, Alabama: Rocket City RC Field
Sierra Vista, Arizona: Bollin Flying Field, Pioneer Airfield, Fort Huachuca
Prince George's County RC Field, Maryland: PGRC
Remote Control Modelers of Baltimore, Parkton, MD RCMB
US Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs
The USAFA Model Engineering Club flying field is a 4000 foot runway used part of the time for motor-glider approaches to teach student glider pilots. Most of the time it is unused and available for the cadets and officers in the club to fly. Is is also used for UAV and RC engineering projects as part of the academics.
If you are going to visit Las Vegas and want to fly while there, take a
look at the four main fields around town.
We no longer live in Las Vegas, but it is a great place to visit and fly. All four fields are open to the public.
Circus-Circus/Sahara Flying Field (TOC held here)
El Dorado Dry Lake, Boulder City, Nevada
The long distance view of El Dorado dry lake was taken from about 10 miles away on Boulder Highway.
North Las Vegas Municipal Field
Lake Meade Flying Field
The view of the beach at Lake Meade shows the flying field from about 8 miles away from the lake view observation point.
Sierra Vista, Arizona
Bollin Flying Field
Pioneer Airfield, Fort Huachuca
National UAV Training Center
(yes - I have flown RC here too!)
Prince George's County RC Field, Maryland
Remote Control Modelers Of Baltimore (RCMB),
Aerial photos of the field can be seen on this page.