Club #4216

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Click Here for directions to the Flying Site.


Click Here for the current Flying Field Rules.


The club meets the fourth Thursday of every month.  Click Here for the meeting schedule.


Click Here for information about upcoming Pylon Racing  events


For anyone who may be interested in learning to fly, please contact the club, click here.  Plane will be provided if necessary.


Links to R/C related sites:

The Academy of Model Aeronautics is the world's largest sport aviation organization, representing a membership of more than 170,000 from every walk of life, income level and age group.  The AMA is a self-supporting, non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote development of model aviation as a recognized sport and worthwhile recreation activity.  Membership is open to anyone interested in model aviation.


Located just 45 minutes south of Cedar City in beautiful St. George, Utah, The Remote Possibilities Radio Control Club boasts one of the best flying sites around.  The weather in the area provides flyers with the opportunity to fly all winter long.  A large membership body allows this club to sponsor some very impressive events from multiple day Fun-fly's to one of the biggest Jet Rally's in the nation.  St. George is also home to the Hobby Hut, a full service hobby shop with some of the most knowledgeable people in the sport.


The Southern Utah Pylon Racing Association.  Promoting the fun and excitement of racing Radio Control models through various classes of planes.


Lake Powell R/C Modelers

A group of individuals who enjoy building and/or flying radio controlled model aircraft. Member of AMA.  Located in Page, Arizona.


Located in northern Utah, the South Davis Aeromodelers are dedicated to the building and flying of radio control model aircraft.   Membership is open to all flyers of all flying skills ranging from beginner to advanced.


Located in Kamloops, British Columbia, the Sky Rangers Model Flyers Club was designed to maximize the fun in R/C model flying and to maintain a high level of good fellowship and comradery between club members, and more recently with the advent of the internet, other clubs of the world. A dedicated group of flyers began forming our club in 1987 and obtained our charter in April of 1990. Weather permitting we can fly year round.


CT Rock Crawlers

Simply stated, we are a group of hobbyists who share a common interest in RC rock crawling. We hold events in and around Connecticut, and anyone is welcome to join us. We share ideas, inspire and compete, but our main goal is to have fun..



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