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Kent & Susan's Flight Park

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Punkin Center, South of Limon, Colorado

Kent and Susan Dyer havve graciously offered anyone any everyone to come fly at their 40 acre property in Colorado. Launch is 5500 ft elevation, so bring the proper jets for your motor! This is a very fun place to fly, but beware - the wind can blow! It's wide open space, so you can see a storm coming 50 miles away.

They have a couple of requests and rules:

  • No Broadies - ABSOLUTELY no driving on the airfield, only fying machines!
  • Proximity Awareness - Please stay 1/2 mile away or 2000 feet over any structures or homes.
  • Animal Respect - No herding or chasing cows or horses.
  • Use Common Sense - Be good, or our freedom will be restricted.
  • No Amenities - No outhouse (make your own arrangements), no water, electricity or wireless internet.

Come for a day or come for a week! Please call Kent first at home: 303-838-1599 (or cell: 303-888-3002 which does not work at his home). You must also read and sign their WAIVER.


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