Markham Park R/C Airfield
Take off from the 755 foot paved runway!
You will need an AMA card and an annual membership for this airfield, but it’s worth it! At the time of publication, the membership was a $25 annual fee. As always, we recommend you call for the most up to date information.
The Markham Park radio controlled airfield offers over 50 acres of space to fly your radio controlled planes and helis, as well as a great covered facility to work on your planes. Restrooms and a soda machine are also on site.
The airfield features a 755 foot paved runway, as well as a windsock. The Markham Park Pilot’s Association is the most prominent active group at this facility. Check out their web site for info on joining their group.
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The R/C flight lessons that the instructors teach here are very understandable. The lessons range from first time fliers to experienced pilots who need refreshers. I've been flying at Markham my whole life and every lesson I've received were very clear to understand. Furthermore the instructors here are very patient with all customers. They also provide advice on how one could improve their planes specs. The R/C club that is associated with Markham is wonderful. Everyone respects everyone, no matter their background.
I have been flying there for 3 years best rc airfield I have seen and friendly people.
Great place for a beginner to learn to fly, lots of helpful people.
This is by far one of the best RC airfields I have seen. Good area, not obstructions, and always a good group of people willing to help you out and get you flying.
This is a very nice RC Airfield. It has a nice, fairly spacious flying area suitable for most RC aircraft. I love flying here as the grounds are well maintained and great runway. I have seen many people fly jets with much success though it does seem like jets struggle to stay in the flying area. I do fly electric gliders and DLGs here but it is my understanding that winch and bungee launching of gliders is not allowed.