Flight Lines

Fly 24 hours a day.
Controlled flying: 9:00am till 6:00pm:  Flight line Procedure and designated aircraft type will be enforced.
After hours flying- all AMA safety rules still apply. No Gas engines after 11:00 PM
9:00am pilots meeting each day, if there is not a pilots meeting that day, Keep flying.

You must check out FPV frequencies at the FPV line tent.

Here is a list of flight lines and aircraft guidelines.  We have tried to include as many aircraft styles as possible, but we are not able to include everything.

Main (Classic) Flight Line

For Giant Scale models. Fly in a racetrack pattern.

80" mono-wing, 60 biplane or 1/4 scale.

6 pilot stations

3D Line

For Giant Scale models.  Fly full out 3D.

80" mono-wing, 60 biplane or 1/4 scale  

5 pilot stations 

FPV Line

All  FPV Frequencies must be check out at this line.

FPV may only be flown in this area. NO camera drones on other flight lines.

Located at the south end of the field behind 3D next to the river

Float  Line

Float planes of all types. (boats are also allowed off to the side)

Any size aircraft.  Fly over lake and not over the campers.

5 pilot stations

Electric Park Flyer

Electric Park flyer and slow flyer style planes.  3D flying must be from the electric 3D pilot stations on the south end.

Wing span Less than 80"

5 pilot stations


All heli's Flown Here

No size restriction. 

7 pilot stations

Control Line



The word for this year is Triple: Triple Tree, Triple Circles, and Triple Venue!

Here is the schedule during Joe Nall Week:

Saturday, May 11: Open Flying and Spectator Flight Training

Sunday, May 12: Open Flying and Spectator Flight Training

Monday, May 13: Open Flying and Spectator Flight Training

Tuesday, May 14: Open Flying and Spectator Flight Training

Wednesday, May 15: Open Flying and Spectator Flight Training

Thursday, May 16: STUNT CAMP, Limited Open Flying, Spectator Flight Training on 4th Circle

Judges Training late afternoon

NEW!! 1/2A STUNT CONTEST (in the afternoon, Tim Tipton, CD)

Friday, May 17: Profile and Classic Stunt (OTS with enough entries) 2 rounds (all in one class)

Saturday, May 18: Precision Aerobatics, 2 rounds, Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert

Morning round, followed by hot lunch on site, Afternoon round

Awards Ceremony

Administrative Notes:

  1. First register for Joe Nall Week on the Triple Tree Aerodrome website. Mark “Control Line”

as your primary flight line where requested.

  1. Contact me so that I know you are coming and your shirt size: ama82824@yahoo.com. As usual, there is no fee to fly in the contest.

  2. If you were given your contest T shirt from me after the rained out Joe Nall Week (at either Brodak or at the Nats), please bring and wear that shirt in May. There are not new ones as there was no contest. My pockets are not that deep.

  3. If you were not given a shirt and you are entering a contest this May, you will receive a free contest shirt.

  4. As the trophies for 2018 were not awarded, I am having my engraver add: - 2019, so they will read “2018 – 2019”.

Will Davis has agreed to stir up his now famous hot lunch on Saturday between the first and second rounds. If you are really lucky, he will slap some Liver mush on your plate!

Bring someone who has never been there before. You know we always have fun.

Thank you all.