Click the AMA link below for more information

“Come Fly a Radio Control Plane” on Saturday morning from 8:30 to 10:00 am. BRRC will have instructor Pilots at the field to assist you.
“Look for Blue Ridge RC members on the Electric line and the Main Line at Triple Tree Nall In The Fall Sept 30 - Oct 8, 2022.

BRRC Blue Ridge Radio Control Club.

Model Aircraft flying : Fixed wing, Jets, helicopter, multi-rotor , now called Drones, flight training.

Our Club meetings are held at the field on the 3rd Saturday of each month, at 11 am. 

© Blue Ridge Radio Control - Flying Tigers - AMA Charter Club #1054 - Piedmont, South Carolina

Current weather at the field

PLEASE NOTE  THIS IS A FAMILY FRIENDLY FIELD


NO DRUGS

​NO DRINKING OF ALCOHOL BEVERAGES 

​NO VULGAR LANGUAGE


​THANK YOU

Drones quadcopters park fliers big birds 3d flying control line "safe flying " warbird biplanes jets scale trainer foamies 

These rc cars are available at Moonville Hobby & the Hobby connection. in a Ready to run package. 

See our contact info page for links to these local vendor shops.

Thank You all who attended the Toys for Tots fun fly. You all gave 3 collection boxes of toys and a Donation check to The Campaign. I am sure this will help the Children.  Each Year this event has grown through all of your help.

See this track in action Wednesday evening when the SR 10 cars racing.

10/22/2016 October Fest Fun Fly

CIRCLE CAR TRACK

Learn to fly in a safe manner and enjoy a great hobby.  

Spring Fun Fly 2019 The great photos below where taken by Brian Bishop they are copyright marked for copies of them contact Brian

photo by David Hall

BASHER TRACK

3rd Annual Toy For Tots Fun Fly Nov 10 2018

The BRRC Club offers FREE model aircraft training. we do it on a one to one bases so contact Bud Simpson @864 525-9260 for more information.

Spring Fun Fly with BSA and Cub Scouts March17,2018

Look for this sign for a great time with model aircraft

Know before you Fly Video

TOYS FOR TOTS Fun Fly 11/12/2017

For directions to the flying field click the map below

If you do not have an RC airplane or radio, we can let you try and fly our plane on a "Buddy Box" trainer connected to an instructor.

The club meeting for Oct.15,2022 will be at the field at 11 am.


Eric Meyers explaining the workings of his helicopter to the visitors.

                 Aerial picture of the BRRC site 

The main Flight- line, has both a Geo-Tex mat of 30 by 300 feet and a grass runway overshoot.

Parallel  to the Geo-Tex run way we will still have a 1000 foot by 60 foot (plus) grass runway. 

At the top right of the picture you can see our two RC car tracks.