About CCRC

Chester County Radio Control Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the hobby of model aeronautics. Our primary flying site is in Coatesville, PA. CCRC is AMA Chartered Club 196, established January 27, 1971.

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CCRC is currently accepting new memberships for 2018. For more information, please contact us at info@chestercountyrc.com .

Click this link for the  CCRC-Membership-Application_2018 .

New to the hobby? We have experienced trainers who are ready to teach you how to fly properly and safely. Paid members can learn, at no additional cost, for as long as it takes to fly on their own. Contact us at info@chestercountyrc.com for more information about our training program, or visit our Training Page.


Latest News

Besides the elected positions of President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary, there are also the appointed positions of Safety Officer, Training Coordinator and Web Master. If anyone would like to volunteer for those positions, please let the current officers know you are interested in volunteering.
2018 membership renewals are due. Please fill out the application form along with a copy of your valid AMA license. FAA UAV pilot registration is also required again at this point. Remember that the bulk of our financial expenses are due in the early Spring and we rely on our membership dues to cover those expenses. Effective April 1st, 2018 any member who has not paid his/her dues will be considered inactive. Flying privileges extend only to active members; that is, members whose dues are current for 2018 including AMA dues.
Strasburg Field Cleanup Day and our first quarterly meeting will take place on Saturday, April 7th at 9:00am. Please bring any garden equipment you think we might need to get the job done.

Please be careful to maintain the 5 mph speed limit when entering and exiting the field. Also be careful when crossing the end of the runway that there are no incoming aircraft. Be mindful of the field boundaries, especially if there is a cross wind.