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    Rocket friendly places to launch: Post the locations here!

    Like the title said, if you know where there are any rocket friendly places to shoot off a couple, post the locations here! Help a fellow rocketeer out and keep him on the shiny side of the law.
    Don't bother posting where you can't launch. We have plenty of those municipalities that think we are a bunch of nefarious characters that play with dangerous shooty things.

    The City of St. Albert so far is all right with rockets, as long as you use the smaller motors (A, B impulse) and use the larger school fields, and fire bans are not in place.

    The Town of Devon currently does not have any restrictions on Model Rockets, but similar rules apply (smaller motors, larger fields, no fire bans).

    Last edited by GDJ; 23rd June 2013 at 05:48 PM.
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    If anyone ever has there rockets in Cranbrook, BC. I got use of a private field thats 50 acres of no trees/power lines......down side is on one side is the city crap ponds, so make sure your rocker dont go that way good up to g class motors if your brave enough, just shoot me a message if anybody wants to come out. Only the haying month is off limits(around july)

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    Anyone know of a place to shoot from Vancouver Island???
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    Yes. There are several places. central Saanich, Colwood area - Allandale, Cowichan, Nanaimo areas are all rocketry friendly.

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    At the moment we (Edmonton Rocketry Club) seems to be getting in the City's good books and we had a few club launches at the Telus World Of Science in the West End of the city. All went well and no mishaps. Hopefully we can continue this in the future.
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    I remember hearing rumour about some kids launching at UBC, where they hold / held outdoor concerts (thunderbird stadium?). While it is outside the 9km from an airport rule, it is close to YVR's approach. Well, one 'foreign' airliner was on landing approach, and saw these streaks coming from the ground. And "naturally" thought he was under attack & radioed the tower to report as such. He made a few 'avoidance' manoeuvers, and landed safely. The police were dispatched and found some kids with model rockets..

    This was the mid 90's..
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    Rocket friendly places to launch: Post the locations here!

    We do very high Gs and have had no problems launching these. Naturally I let emergency response know about my launches we we get onto F and G category. Always scanning the sky for air craft.


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