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The River City Radio Controllers is located on the North West side of  Tom Sawyer State Park (Louisville, KY)  accessed from Hurstborne Parkway (map).    The club is currently comprised of approximately 150 radio control pilots who are licensed by the Academy of Model Aeronautics.  Pilots fly fixed wing aircraft, quads, and helicopters.  Throughout the year, the club has fun-fly events that anyone may attend for free.  Event information may be found on our calendar.

  • Visitors are welcomed any time the front gate is open.
  • The flying field is open 7 days a week  from 10 am until dark (weather permitting).

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3333 Roger E. Schupp Street,
Louisville, KY 40205,


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A.M.A. Gold Leader Club #1263, was formed in the early 1970’s operating from a field on the Freys Hill side of E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park in eastern Jefferson County. In 1995, due to encroaching development, the Club moved to its current flying site on the Hurstbourne Parkway side of the Park, which was dedicated “Steve Henry Field” in honor of former Lt. Governor, Steven L. Henry. Due to our commitment to our surrounding community, the club has achieved AMA Gold Leader club status. Additionally, our club received the Jefferson County Commissioners’ Community Service Award for its annual “Wings for Kids” Benefit Air Show. In 2013, our flying field was renamed “Bill Fluke Field” in honor of one of our most popular and hard-working Club Presidents who recently passed away.



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  • We have a 500 ft x 50 ft paved runway with an adjacent grass runway.
  • Dedicated helicopter / quad flying field.
  • Shelter area with storage and grills for cooking.
  • Bleachers for spectators.
  • Large gravel parking lot.



The aircraft are flown with radio control systems that have a range of several miles.  Planes are typically flown within a 1,500 foot radius of the runway.  There are nearly as many different models of radio controlled planes as there are full scale planes.  Some of the aircraft include WWI and WWII scale models, civilian scale, aerobatic scale, aerobatic 3D (extreme aerobatic), electric jets, helicopters, and more.


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Airplanes and helicopters range in size from ultra-micros, which have about a 10 inch wingspan, to aircraft with wingspans greater than 9 feet.  Most planes fly between 35 and 75 mph.  Some planes and most jets will exceed 100 mph and may approach 150+ mph.  Helicopters are also able to fly at extreme speeds and fly extreme aerobatics well beyond what is capable in a full-scale helicopter.


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The cost of a helicopter or airplane is usually related to size and complexity.  Most airplanes range from $400 to several thousand dollars.  However, beginner electrics may start as low as $100 for those looking to get started in the hobby.  On the other end of the spectrum, a scale turbine jet may cost upwards of $15,000.


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So how do I get started in radio controlled flying?  That is a question we hear a lot.  At RCRC, we believe you should be able to “try before you buy”, so we encourage beginners to contact our club president (Doug Bailey) who will arrange for a person from our club to provide training.  This allows you to fly with the safety-net of an experienced pilot that can automatically take the controls from you if things start to go south!  This is a great way to test the waters of RC before diving in!

Call Doug at 502 930 5753 to arrange your training flight.