The Mississinewa Skyhawks is a model aircraft flying club located in north central Indiana on Mississinewa Reservoir property . We fly from a well maintained grass field of about 5 acres.
Because there's more than just boating, swimming, fishing, camping, hunting, sightseeing...at Mississinewa!
Our members enjoy flying everything from 'park flyers' to 'third-scale' gassers and helis, or just about anything that will fly. Note: Indiana state law allows drones at designated flying area but not over other state park or reservoir property!
From Somerset, south of the SR13 bridge: Take SR13 north across reservoir to Wabash CR925 S. Follow 925 S east to stop at 'T'. Turn south onto CR100 W. and follow to entrance.
Safety Officer Matt Denham with an electric combat plane.
Treasurer Tracy Scott.
Vice-President Pat Kenworthy
President Steve Eagle with better half (at Muncie). Contact Steve at 260-571-2794.
Secretary Charlie Vermilion with a modded Aeromaster
You never know what you might see at the field...
Maybe a couple Stearmans....
...or planes from a variety of eras...
...or a scale warbird with authentic exhaust...
...or maybe an EDF jet...
...or something with no fixed wings at all !!
Contact Matt at 765-479-4288 or via email: email@example.com
Contact Tracy at: 260-377-9276
Contact Charlie at 765-667-3021
Webmaster Larry Blanton with his Aeroworks Python.
Contact Larry at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Indiana DNR.manage Mississinwa as a multi-use property for the public. The Skyhawks are caretakers of the field for model aircraft.
Note that Google Maps has an incorrect address for the flying field. It should be about 9650 South on 100West (Wabash Co.)