Flying Field

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The Northern Utah Radio Controlled Aircraft Club (NURCAC) is a private club and is a charter member of the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA). The club is a Non Profit Organization incorporated in the State of Utah.

Membership is open to all radio controlled aircraft enthusiasts. Currently, the club has approximately 90 members ranging from beginner to advanced pilot skills. All classes of RC aircraft models are represented including trainers, scale models of all sizes, sport models of all types, Q500 Racers, jets, ducted fans, novice pattern etc.

Club owned 50 acre site: for the use of its members which can be reached by traveling West on 12th Street from I-15 in Ogden, Utah toward Little Mountain (approximately 9.5 miles). The site will be on the South side of the roadway and is marked with 2 signs at the entry. The facility provides 2 outstanding runway options. The first is a hard surface (asphalt) runway 650 feet long and 70 feet wide. The other is a dry lake bed that is about 2,000 feet long and 700 feet wide. When the lake bed is dry, we fly on it in the mornings and on the hard surface runway in the afternoon; this keeps the sun to our backs and out of our eyes at all times. Our dry lake bed is typically flyable April through the middle of November; depending on the weather! The field is open to spectators whenever flying is in progress.