An AMA Gold Leader Club
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Next Club Meeting: Our next regular meeting will be on April 15, 2021 using Zoom. Marcy Driscoll will send the contact information to all members. Non-members wishing to find out more about the Club should contact President Jay Wiggins for the information required to join the meeting (see Contacts on the menu to the left.)
Flying Site: Directions to the new field are provided below or you can use the Field Map link in the menu on the left of this page.
Special Notice - Effective March 2, 2020 the current SRCC flying site has been permanently closed due to construction. A new site is under construction elsewhere on the closed portion of the landfill. A design for the new facilities has been created and site preparation is underway. The new runway is in good condition and is usable when construction activities allow. The pavilion is currently scheduled to be constructed starting Friday October 23. Pictures of the field are available in recent newsletters. This announcement will be updated when new information is available.
The Seminole Radio Control Club (SRCC) is a non-profit, open membership, AMA chartered club (#216) located in Tallahassee, Florida. The airfield is located 4.1 miles east of Tallahassee on US 27 South, on the Leon County landfill. The entrance to the field has been relocated. We will now be using the main entrance to the landfill. Heading north (south) on Highway 27 make a right (left) turn into the landfill and drive straight back past the weigh station and administrative office. Follow the road as it turns right and look for the new field entrance on your left. Here is a detailed map showing the general location of the field. The field is leased from Leon County, which is paid for by club dues. Dues also pay for some of its maintenance, club social activities, and the club newsletter. Facilities at the new field will eventually include a pavilion with several picnic tables. Pilot stations and a port-a-let are already on site.
Do you think that you might be interested in the hobby of building and flying radio controlled model aircraft? Then check out this video from the Academy of Model Aeronautics!
General Membership: Adult membership includes all flying, social, and voting privileges. Dues are $60.00 annually.
Family Membership: Extends full flying privileges to immediate family residing at same household. Family members are welcome to attend events and club meetings, however only the primary member may vote. Dues are $75.00 annually.Club Meeting Location and Time
Junior Membership: Eligible to persons up to 16 years old (on or before July 1st of current year). Member receives the club’s monthly newsletter, has full flying privileges, and is welcome to attend club events and meetings, but does not include voting privileges. Dues are $20.00 annually.
Associate Membership: Open to any remote control aircraft enthusiast who does not hold Academy of Model Aeronautics membership. Associate members shall have limited rights and privileges. Associate members shall not vote, hold office or operate remotely controlled aircraft.
See the "Bylaws" link at the left for more information about membership.
You can download a membership form here which contains full information concerning Club membership.
The regular club meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM. We are currently meeting via Zoom.
How to join AMA
The most important eligibility requirement that the club strictly
is that each member must maintain a current individual AMA
The Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) is a national organization
exists to further the hobby. Membership provides more than a
of liability insurance, plus includes a subscription to a monthly
that is quite informative. AMA is also our primary insurance
See the AMA worldwide web page at
How to join SRCC
Feel free to visit the field, attend a club meeting, or contact
of the club officers. The field is open to public
club members are present. Due to noise restrictions, gas/glow fuel
are not allowed before 10:00 AM, however the field is open from dawn
to gliders and electric powered aircraft that meet minimum noise
Currently there are three sets of bleachers that provide a great
the activity's...so bring the whole family. If you're new to
we have an active instructor program and even a club trainer to
If you interested in attending a club meeting see the current
for more information, or the contacts section to get in touch with
If you are ready to join, you can download a Membership Application here.