The flying site has an 800 ft x 85 ft paved runway with 75 ft dirt overruns. Site has 250 ft of covered Ramada, a pit area, and ample room for spectator viewing. On contest days, electrical power is available (gas generator) as well as food concessions and other venders. The gate to the field is open any time a club member is present.
Usery Park near Apache Junction, AZ
East Valley Aviators is recognized as an AMA Gold Leader Club located in Apache Junction, Arizona.
Apache Junction, AZ
The Casa Grande RC Flyers is an Academy Of Model Aeronautics club located in Casa Grande, Arizona. Club members fly both fixed wing electric aircraft and helicopters. AMA or MAAC membership is required. Guest flyers are welcome but additional fees may apply, see website for details.
2725 South Isom Road Casa Grande, AZ
Flagstaff Flyers operate a power plane flying field near Flagstaff. Members also participate in Thermal Gliding and Sloape Soaring.
Sun Lakes Radio Control Club maintains an RC Flying Field located near Florence, Arizona.
7663 E Hunt Hwy Florence, AZ 85132
The AMPS flying site has an asphalt runway that is 600’ long and 75’ wide. The west-end of the runway has an additional 110’ of turf over run area for airplanes that fail to stop on the asphalt. The runway is also bordered by a 30’ wide strip of turf on the north and east sides as well. At the east-end of the asphalt runway field has a 105’ diameter circle for control line model airplane flying. The asphalt paved pit area is on the south side of the runway and is 250’ long and 35’ wide. Concrete parking blocks and a two-foot high safety barrier fence separate the pit area from the runway. Five flight stations are located along the barrier fence with openings between the pit and the runway. This allows up to five airplanes in the air at any time.
Adobe Dam Recreation Area 43rd Avenue & Pinnacle Peak Road Glendale, AZ
Arizona Rotary Modelers Society is an R/C Helicopter Flying Club located near Glendale, Arizona.
AMA Chartered RC Soaring Club located in the Greater Phoenix area.
The Sun Valley Fliers is chartered club #921 by the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA), the national governing body for aeronautical modeling in the United States. The club is an affiliate of the Central Arizona Modelers Advisory Council (CAMAC), and is recognized by AMA as a Gold Leader Club. The flying site is located in North Phoenix about 1/2 mile WSW of the intersection of Cave Creek and Jomax roads, within the Cave Buttes Recreational Area
Prescott Valley Silent Flyers members fly sailplanes, electric sailplanes, gliders and small electric park flyers. Club's flying site is located on the Bradshaw Mountain East High School grounds.
Bradshaw Mountain High School 6411 N Robert Rd. Prescott Valley, AZ 86314-9146
Central Arizona Modelers is an RC Flying Club located near Sedona, Arizona.
Mesquite Modelers is a world class AMA chartered RC Flying Club located in Sierra Vista, Arizona.
Sierra Vista, AZ
Arizona RC Society flying field features a 60' x 600' foot paved runway and covered tables and benches for stting up your RC plane or helicopter.
Greenway Road near Surprise, AZ
Catalina RC Modelers members fly large scale, small scale, combat, others fly helicopters. Many members also enjoy scratch-building and designing their own planes. Flying field features a paved runway that is over 420 feet long by 65 feet wide.
Southern Arizona Gliders & Electrics radio control club is located approximately 18 miles Northwest of downtown Tucson. Club members are all about quiet flight. Some of the members specialize in pure gliding or electric power, but many fly the full range of quiet aircraft.
Southern Arizona Modelers features a 900 foot runway, of which 400' is freshly paved, excellent flying conditions year-round, and convenient proximity to metropolitan Tucson via I-10. The flying field is located on the southeast side of town, adjacent to the Pima County Fairgrounds and Tucson Raceway park. Southern Arizona Modelers has Intro and Instructor Pilots for airplanes, plus an Instructor Pilot for helicopters.
Tucson International Modelplex Park Association 160 acre flying site is located west of Tucson, Arizona, just minutes from the Saguaro National Forest and features a 750 foot long paved runway with six protected pilot stations.
AMA Gold Leader flying Club located in Tuscon, Arizona. Club offers a free pilot training program for all club members.
Roy Iley Field 10801 E Valencia Rd Tucson, AZ 85747
Yuma Aeromodelers Club flying field has a paved runway approx 600 X 60. Shaded pits for morning and afternoon flying.
Speedworld R/C Flyers has a model airport Northwest of Phoenix, Arizona. There are 3 paved runways and a permanent Pylon Racing Course. Field is part of the Speedworld Raceway Park venue.
19420 West Happy Valley Rd. Wittmann, AZ 85361