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E.A.A. Rough River Fly-In 2015
41st Annual Fly-In
Hospitality, Banquet
Saturday Night
2015 Annual Rough River Fly-In with fun activities, camaraderie, hospitality both Friday and Saturday night
Fly-In dates are Friday-Sunday, September 11, 12, and 13, 2015

Friday, Sept. 11
  • Evening social get together
Saturday, Sept. 12
  • Evening social hour followed by banquet w/ speaker and prizes
  • Flying all day
  • 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


    Leitchfield (Grayson County) now has aviation fuel 24/7 at a self serve pump using credit card.  Located approximately 17 miles from Rough River.

Let's Keep it Safe, Fun, and Please use Standard Traffic Patterns and call outs.

Contact Info:  Norman Houglan    502-215-6202

Door Prizes donated by Aircraft Spruce and Specialty


Joining us again in 2015  the Annual GlaStar Rough River Fly-In.  Here's the link to the GlaStar Fly-In Website:

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