Rough River Fly-In 2013
Annual Rough River Fly-In with fun activities, camaraderie, hospitality both Friday and Saturday night
dates are Friday-Sunday, September 13, 14, and 15, 2013
- Evening social get together
Saturday, Sept. 14
social hour followed by banquet w/ speaker and prizes
- Poker Run
- Spot Landing
- People's Choice Judging
- Excellent accommodations at the park lodge
On field restaurant
- Local EAA chapter hamburgers, brats, and soft drinks daily
- Wing camping w/ showers available. Park charges fee.
Rough River State Resort Park, 450 Lodge Road,
Falls of Rough, KY 40119-6100, 270-257-2311, Fax: 270-257-8682, Toll Free 1-800-325-1713. Rough River Dam
is in the central time zone. Airport Info: Rough River State Park (2I3) Falls of Rough, KY. N37-36.59 W086-30.42
Mag Var: 1 Deg. W. UNICOM 122.8, CTAF 122.8, FSS Louisville 122.45
Note: Park removed fuel recently, but fuel is available nearby at Ohio County Airport (7K4) 270-298-3500, 18 nm southwest
or Addington Field(EKX), 28 nm east 270-737-8388
Also Nate Mullins,
the Assistant Manger of the Springfield-Robertson County Tennessee Airport, is a fellow Canard builder and would like to bless
all of the Rough River Attendees with a special discount of 20 cents off per gallon of both Jet A and Avgas this year.
To get the discount just Fly into M91 anytime and tell Nate that you are attending the
Rough River Flyin and he'll make sure you get that discount.
Leitchfield (Grayson County) now has aviation
fuel 24/7 at a self serve pump using credit card. Located approximately 17 miles from Rough River.
Keep it Safe, Fun, and Please use Standard Traffic Patterns and call outs.
Contact Info: Norman Houglan 502-935-8235
Door Prizes donated by Aircraft Spruce
Joining us again in 2013 the Annual GlaStar Rough River Fly-In. Here's
the link to the GlaStar Fly-In Website: http://www.myglastar.com/
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