Location: The Dayton Wingmasters are located behind Wegertzen Garden Center. Entrance to the area is through the Wegertzent Garden Center main gate. Another gate is at the entrance to the model airport area.
Contact Email: Check Website
Access to the field: An access key is required. Obtaining and access key requires membership in the AMA. A fee is collected to offset the cost of maintainance, mowing and porta pottie expenses incured by the club. Membership in the club is not a requirement to fly at this facility, however, the club appreciates your memebership as support of the ongoing efforts. A membership includes access to electric.
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Model Airport Address: Still Water River Trail, Dayton, OH 45414 (for navigation purposes, not a mailing address)
AMA Club Charter: #499 Formed: ???? History: Tailspins Newsletter
Club Dues: $15 (Join at meeting or at RC Hobby Center)
Field Access Key: $25 (Available at meeting or RC Hobby Center)
Average Membership: 90-110
Memebership Limit?: No
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Flying Hours: Monday thru Saturday 10:am to Dark, Sunday 12pm to Dark.
Membership Information: The club is open to all AMA Members.
Guest Flying:This club is open to guest flyers at any time.
What you’ll find: Wingmaser Field is a beautiful site. The 40 acre field includes a 40′ wide by 440′ long paved and striped runway, heli flying area, control line circles, shelterhouse, nessasary room, nearby lake, picnic tables, 110v electric and 12v electric. Area around the runway is closely mowed and the area north of the runway is usually in good enough condition for grass strip flying. This is the area’s largest group with flying every weekend and many activities.
Special Notes From Dave: It’s always “Gentlemanly” to observe the AMA Safety Code as a baseline at any new field until all local rules, etiquette and customs are learned. Be aware some fields have routine full scale air traffic nearby, others very little or none. It takes time to become aware of all the special concerns and routines at any new flying field.