Chapter 602

Adirondack Chapter Experimental Aircraft Association
Fulton, Montgomery and Saratoga Counties, NY

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Parlin Field Airport 2B3

Posted by John Pashley on February 21, 2012 at 8:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Airport is in New Hampshire near Newport; 96 nm/111 sm at 75 degrees true. 3,450' paved and 1,950' turf runways. Courtesy bikes on field. Lil' Red Baron restaurant on field, 603-863-1302 (plus ice cream); others within a mile or two. Camping on field. Hiking and biking trails from field. SS fuel.  Web site

Post Mills Airport 2B9

Posted by John Pashley on January 7, 2012 at 6:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Airport is in Vermont, 105 nm at 059 degrees true from NY0. Turf runways are 2,900' and 2,300'. Camping on field plus there are guest cottages for rent next to the runway. Baker's general store/deli is 2/3 of a mile from airport and serves lunch; open until 9 PM. Quirky museum on field with many hot air balloon items since owner is a well known hot air balloon pilot. Lake nearby. Web Site

Rutland Airport Camping

Posted by EAA 602 Webmaster on January 3, 2012 at 8:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Rutland Airport with camping hosted by the EAA  Chapter 968 Green Mountain Flyers

5000ft Lighted Asphalt   76degrees   68nm  

E.A.A Chapter 968, 'The Green Mountain Flyers' and the Vermont Agency of Transportation welcome fly-in campers to the Southern Vermont Regional Airport in Rutland (RUT). The airport is located in the heart of Vermont's Green Mountains which offer scenic beauty and four-season recreational opportunities.

The Lisa Fall Memorial Airport Camp-site is located in a wooded area on the east side of the airport. A tenting site is approximately 100' from the east end of the T hangers, just north of the east end of runway 13/31. The site has a picnic table and a 12x12 foot tent platform. Toilet facilities and drinking water are available at the nearby FBO (not open at night). Camping is without charge on a first-come first-served basis though you can reserve the site by contacting one of the people below.

Ground transportation is available by either rental cars or by public bus which passes the gate several times each day going south to Manchester, VT and north into Rutland where there are connections to the Killington resort and other local destinations.

This one would be a great destination on the day of their pancake breakfast!

http://www.greenmountainflyers.org/


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