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Welcome to the Home of


Victor Valley R/C Flyers

We are an Academy of Model Aeronautics Charter Club located in the

High Desert of Southern California. Come to our field at

6963 Arrowhead Lake Road, Hesperia to fly, have fun, and

enjoy Radio Controlled models.

Club meetings are suspended until further notice because of  the

 Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.





Membership dues for January - December 2021 are payable starting December 1st. 

Payment  can be made between December 2020 through February 2021. 

Membership dues received after March 1, 2021 will be reassessed the $25 initiation fee.

Pay via PayPal at utilizing the

"FRIENDS AND FAMILY" option, or send your checks to: 


PO Box 402271

Hesperia, CA 92340


If you are signing up for a new membership, go to the "Our Club" tab and click "Become A Member"

Use the link provided to print, then fill out a new Member Packet and mail in with initiation fee and dues, or fill out the online form and submit your information online.



Our Club is Registered on Amazon Smile!!

Do you shop with Amazon? Do your family and friends? Anyone can select our club as a Charity and Amazon with donate .5% of each purchase to our club, but you MUST shop through the Amazon Smile site.

1. Log into your Amazon account 

2. Select Victor Valley R-C Flyers as your preferred charity.

3. Shop and Check Out as you normally would.

4. Share this information with Family and Friends!


All of us at VVRCF appreciate your help!


The Victor Valley R/C Park was built to operate radio controlled fixed and rotary wing aircraft. We have an asphalt runway measuring approximately 50 feet by 550 feet, three sun shades, picnic tables, and relief facilities.


Gliders fly on the east side, helicopters on the north , and fixed wing on the west. The aerial view is facing southwest.

Here is a view of the pit area.

There are starting stands for assembly and fueling. The pit area has a yellow line separating the spectator area and the operations area.

The glider area has sun shades to protect the pilots and spectators.

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