MRRCS - Pfeiffer Field
Pfeiffer Field - Mount Rainier Radio Control Society's club-owned field in Roy, Washington.
Located on 85 acres in the shadow of Mount Rainier, our field was named in honor of Bob Pfeiffer. Bob, along with other founding members of MRRCS, was instrumental in acquiring the beautiful site we enjoy today.
In addition to our 300-foot asphalt & grass runways, you will find trees, fresh air, and plenty of wildlife in our peaceful, private corner of the great Pacific Northwest.
- Pit Area. Electricity at ALL of the tables. Large covered shelter with lights. Plenty of room to share a table, on even the busiest of days. Separate pad for starting larger aircraft.
- Clubhouse. Club meetings, and other functions are held in our enclosed clubhouse. We have a refrigerator available for club members. There is a wood stove for chilly days, and plenty of tables & chairs to have your lunch a - or just turn on the radio & hang out with other members & family.
- Other Amenities. Running water at the field is from our own well. There are two well-kept port-a-potties on site. Members are welcome to bring their camper for overnight stays - there is electrical hook-up available. Ample parking for all.
300 Feet of Runway - Cleared for Takeoff
Harts Lake is Just Over the Trees
300 Feet of Runway - Approach
For your & the surrounding community's safety, we ask that you please fly only within the designated Flying Area.
**Flying behind the yellow runway line towards the pit area is STRICTLY PROHIBITED**
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