Founded in 1957 originally as the Winton Wingers, the Greater Cincinnati Radio Control Club, or GCRCC, has been a mainstay in the Cincinnati area for decades. Having spent time at 4 different flying sites over the years, the GCRCC and its nearly 200 members have been at its current site since 1999. Not only do they maintain a paved runway, but you’ll also find a paved pylon racing takeoff pad, separate grass runway, a grass control line circle, a designated area for FPV, and even a playground for the kids. The GCRCC is famous for their Flying Circus Model Air Show, which features more than 200 models in 30 planned out events that demonstrate all aspects of aeromodeling; with a focus on historical aviation events. Their annual Kids Fly event benefits Spina Bifida of Cincinnati where they not only donate up to $10,000 per year to the charity, but also gives kids suffering from Spina Bifida a chance to fly an RC plane of their own. They spend time to teaching new pilots the ropes by dedicating Monday and Wednesday evenings to their new pilot instruction program; ensuring new pilots learn the ropes from their experienced membership.