Joe Nall

May 12-19, 2018

Gates open Friday May 11th 5:00 pm



With the winter winds blowing and the snow and ice accumulating, it’s hard to believe that everyone’s favorite RC event is just a few months away. In just a short while, you’re going to be able to shake off winter and meet with your very best friends, fly your favorite RC models, eat the very best food and enjoy life at the world’s premier aviation facility. It’s not too early to start planning the trip and anticipating the great times to come!

This year, as in years past, the Triple Tree gang has been hard at work. You just can’t imagine the incredibly beautiful new river bank camping spots. This area will rival (or top) the very best you’ll find anywhere. What could be better than RC “music” duing the day and the river gently lulling you to sleep at night?

 New restrooms have been built on the patio.

 The Electric Line runway has been nurtured, leveled and rolled and should rival the main line runway. Yes, it has that same incredible, walk barefooted, grass!

The vendors are going to be here in force and will have the very latest offerings.

The food planned for this year is going to be exactly what you expect….delicious.

The flying will be, as always, JUST AWESOME!

So, shake off those winter blues and get your pre-registration in today. Before you know it, you’ll be at YOUR home of “Fun, Fellowship and Hospitality”.                            

Biger and Better FPV flight line with MultiGP racing click-here

 New Guidelines for Joe Nall 2017 click here

-Camping Generators

-Early Arrival

-Last Saturday



-FPV frequency checkout

AOPA Triple Tree Aerodrome article February 2016 click here


Joe Nall 2016 Review

Thanks to all that Attended the 2016 Joe Nall Week to make it the best fly-in every.

Here are some stats from the event.

1723 Total pilots

243 in line when the gates opened  Friday

1,101 camper

Over 1,000 pilots there by Sunday night

13,391 total people through the facility for the week


Many people have commented  on seeing pilot numbers on name tags as high as 1800. This is the log number in our database for the event that includes vendors and vendor helpers and other documented information. The total pilot count is just registered pilots.