Located on the west side of the park, the Model Airplane Field (also known as "Suhaka Field") has two paved runways (NS 400 feet long, EW 275 feet long), paved taxiways, and a pit area, as well as a separate flying field dedicated to rotorcraft. The elevation at Suhaka field is 5,700 feet.
About Suhaka Field
Both electric and gas/glow aircraft are flown at Suhaka Field. Beginners are always welcome, and instructor pilots are available for flight training at no additional charge.
Suhaka Field is operated by the Denver R/C Eagles Flying Club, a group of about 115 members.
You do not need to be a member of the Club to fly at the facility. However, you do need to follow all the club rules, including the requirement that all pilots display a current Academy of Model Aeronautics membership.
Club activities cover nearly every phase of R/C aircraft building and flying and include access to special club events. Club members have diverse interests in scale war birds, aerobatics, helicopters, quad copters, and ducted fan jets.
For more information, please visit Denver R/C Eagles Flying Club website.
(Updated: 10/11/2019 2:59 PM)