Welcome to the home of the Silver Creek Aeromodelers
Our club field is recognized as a FRIA site by the FAA. No remote ID is required to fly at our field. This is effective immediately.
Notice: per bylaws meetings have been changed from Sunday to Saturday!
The club normally meets every first Saturday of the month at 11 am unless it falls on a holiday weekend, in which case it will be moved to the following Saturday. Location will be posted here. Anyone interested in the club is welcome to attend any meeting.
Next meeting date is October 7, 2023.
Next meeting date is tomorrow, October 7, 2023.
Meeting will be held at Floyd's shop at 202 East Snowflake Blvd., Snowflake, AZ 85937 at 11 am. Please bring your own chair.
Meeting will be held at the field at 11 am (weather permitting). Please bring your own chair.
The Silver Creek Aeromodelers is chartered by the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) as Club No. 5516. The club promotes the sport of radio controlled aircraft modeling, maintains a dedicated radio controlled flying field, provides instruction in radio controlled aircraft piloting and actively contributes to the community through support of charitable organizations.
Our flying field (just outside of Snowflake, Arizona) is located at 1962 Mountain Highlands Blvd, Snowflake, Arizona. Use of the field is restricted to members of the club and their guest but visitors are always welcome.
Membership requires the member to obtain or have a current AMA card (available on-line at www.modelaircraft.org) and to pass a check flight with a club officer or instructor before solo flying at the field.
Please visit us at the meetings or at the field to learn more about the club.
Large or small, you can find an aircraft to fit your style.
Flying radio controlled aircraft is fun. It doesn't matter what you fly - fixed wing, heli, multi-rotor, gliders, whatever. All types of aircraft and flying are allowed at our field.
The sport of radio controlled flying can be challenging, but in a good way. It will help you learn about aerodynamics, engineering concepts and the basic principles of flight. Radio controlled aircraft will add practical hands on experience for students interested in STEM as an aid to a career in aviation.