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We are a group of radio control aircraft enthusiasts flying out of Inter River park, located in the beautiful North Vancouver foothills between Seymour River and Lynn Creek  Our members fly planes, helicopters and drones. Models are both gas and electric.  

We lease our field from the North Vancouver Recreation and Culture Commission and club members have flying privileges year round at Inter River Park.  We enjoy a fun friendly atmosphere, we host special events (fun-fly, summer barbecue) and we publish a club newsletter. We are growing and always excited to meet new members! 

Announcements

Join us for an informal barbeque on June 1st at 6PM. Details in our latest blog post here: Blog

Flying Times – April 1 to June 30, 2024

Weekdays : 10am – 4pm

Weekends: 6pm – 8pm

Location

We are located on the InterRiver Park, #5 field. To find Inter-River Park, follow Lillooet Road north, past Capilano University on your right. Turn left at the Equestrian Centre into Inter River Park. Follow the road down to your right and up a small hill. Ample parking is available next to the field. The flying fields is the two joined #5 and #6 baseball fields, labeled “Inter-River Diamond D” on Google maps. Please do not fly in any other field in the park.

Membership

New members with or without previous radio control flying experience are welcome!  New members need to submit their application forms and then perform a flight evaluation (coaching will be provided to new pilots) and field orientation session with our club flight instructor. Once they have passed the evaluation they will be issued a photo membership card.  

Current membership rates are:
$70 Open Member
$50 Senior Member (over 60)
$27.50 Junior Member (under 18)   

NVRCFC memberships are for the calendar year. $25 one-time initiation fee applies to Open and Senior members. 

RC pilots interested in joining, please contact our Membership Secretary for information on becoming a member. 

CERTIFICATIONS

1. All members of NVRCFC must be members of the Model Aeronautics Association of Canada. The benefits of belonging to MAAC are:
– Liability Insurance coverage
– Being part of a national voice on aeromodelling 
– A magazine with national events and interesting stories about our hobby 

2. All members flying aircraft over 250g must hold a Transport Canada – Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS)  certificate in order to fly. Regardless of aircraft weight, all pilots must follow RPAS operational rules as per Canadian Air Regulations Part IX