Oregon Miniature Aircraft Squadron. Follow this link to find a map to their flying field.
Radio control model aircraft club. Surfaced and Grass runways. Close in Beaverton site.
Want to know more about Rockets? Visit this site.
Oregon's only full-time indoor airsoft arena.
Your guide to the world of Model Trains.
Lionel Operating Train Society
National Lionel Operating Train Society (LOTS).
Richardson's Recreational Ranch
Great place for rock hounding! Dig for your own agates or thunder eggs.
Portland Model Power Boat Association
Club Meetings and Float Schedules.
Portland Area Sailplane Society
Radio control model aircraft club. Use of many different runways within 2 hours of Portland.
Dusters R/C Club
Radio control model aircraft club. Large grass runway. Flying site is near Woodburn.
Rice NW Museum of Rocks & Minerals
Wonderful rock and mineral museum with an extensive collection of crystals, gems, petrified wood and much, much more.
Feel free to visit their web site and explore their commitment to radio-control model aircraft flying. The organization is dedicated to promoting all types of model aircraft from Trainers, Float Flying, Giant Scale, Helicopters, and other types of flying models as well. Highly competent instructors are available for beginners. Many experienced modelers are always willing to offer their profound knowledge to any flyers looking to expanding their horizons.
Rose City Garden Railway Society
Learn all about garden railroading.
News of Northwest Control-Line Model Aviation.
Alexander Pearson Modeleers
Modeling enthusiasts galore. Models of all types. Bring your model to show.
The Evergreen Aero Modelers
AMA Chapter Club #4490 Enjoy building and flying radio- controlled and control-line model aircraft. Club meets on the third Tuesday of each month at the Evergreen Aviation Museum. Location: 500 NE Capt. Michael King Smith Way McMinnville, Oregon 97128 For Club dues, hours of operation and field rules, visit the website.
Oregon Scale Squadron
We are registered club Number 2092 in District XI of the Academy of Model Aeronautics. Our club was founded in 1984. We have about thirty-five members. We have constructed a covered runway on open flat land. We have built functional work tables to accommodate eight models, and we allow up to four in the air at a time. If you decide to continue using our airfield regularly you must be an AMA member, and you must apply to join our club.
S.A.B.A. Welcomes model car and truck builders to club meetings on the second Sunday of every month. Visit our website or call 503-251-8640.