Pikes Peak Radio-Control Club 

  Colorado Springs, CO 80908 / Keep Calm and Fly On!

PPRCC President - Eric Oliver

PPRCC Vice President - Jay Cid

PPRCC Treasurer - Rod Hart

PPRCC Secretary - Keith Davis

PPRCC Newsletter Editor - Keith Davis

PPRCC Flight Instructor - Ben Woofter

PPRCC Safety Officer - Greg Moore

Next Club Meeting: Sunday 02 October 2022 / 1200 Noon at the PPRCC Airfield and Swap Meet all day.

At PPRCC, we fly glow power planes, gas power planes, turbine power planes and electric power planes. Helicopters and gliders are also permitted. All small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) must be flown direct Line-Of-Sight.

Drones and QUADs are permitted. However, they also must be flown by direct Line-of-Sight.

First-Person-View (FPV) devices, rocket firing and gliders requiring ground launching equipment are not permitted.


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The Pikes Peak RC airfield is located on Judge Orr Road, Peyton CO.  From the intersection of Hwy 24 and Judge Orr Road, adjacent to Meadow Lake Airport, drive 4 miles east on Judge Orr Road.  The airfield will be on the left.                    LAT/LONG: 38.957945 / 104.499477

The airfield has two main runways, the east runway - 600 feet long and the west runway - 540 feet long.





Before becoming a PPRCC member, you must have a current

Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) membership and highly recommend having your sUAS registered with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).  

Once you become a member, you can fly 365 days a year, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day!​


Visiting and guest pilots are permitted to fly, but must have a valid AMA membership card. Spectators always welcome!

See membership application under Forms & Documents.

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Last one leaving the airfield, be sure to close and lock the gate!
Mr. Jeff Thompson & the Falcon Aero Club (about 20 students) will be at the airfield on the following dates:
Saturday 01 Oct / Saturday 08 Oct / Saturday 22 Nov. All times will be around 9:00 am to about 2:00 pm
On occasion, you may see the same group (Instuctor and 4-5 students) on Thursdays around 9:00 am to noon.
They will be learning how to fly thier scratch-built RC airplanes.
Saturday 20 Sep - Club President informed me, while flying his turbine Viper jet at the airfield, he had a hard landing just
short of the east runway. He immediatly shut it down but it still caught fire. He and VP Jay Cid went to put the fire
out but the winds were too much and they could see the fire was getting out o f control. Eric called 911 and the
Peyton Fire Dept soon arrived and put the fire out. Good thing the grass was already short! The jet was a total loss.
Fires still can happen. Always remeber to call 911 for any airfield emergencies!
Eric Oliver lead person for the event
Airfield will be open for flying.
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