Go For Launch – Dry Weather Flight Restrictions

Go For Launch!
Go For Launch!

BEAR CREEK LAKE PARK IS DISCONTINUING OUR LAUNCHES-VIEW OUR STATEMENT HERE

We NEED your letters of support! 
If you have launched with us and want to see our site remain at Bear Creek Lake Park, email your letters to us mhmeteorites at gmail.com (replace the “at” with the @ symbol)

Time is short so do not wait.

 

NOTE: Dry weather flight restrictions are currently in effect, please review them here.

C.R.A.S.H. holds sport launches twice each month year ’round. Launches are held on the first Sunday at Noon and the third Saturday at 10:00 AM at Bear Creek Lake Park in Lakewood.  Everyone is welcome to attend. There is no fee for launching with us, but contributions are welcome, and will help us maintain and improve our equipment.  However, there is a $10.00/vehicle park entrance fee collected by the City of Lakewood to maintain the park. (you can find out more information at the Launch Site Directions page)

C.R.A.S.H. is National Association of Rocketry Section #482.

We conduct all of our launches in accordance with the Model Rocket Safety Code and NAR Model Rocket Safety Code . C.R.A.S.H. conducts non-waivered launches.  Per the City of Lakewood and the NFPA 1122, Section 3.3.8 we are limited to motors with a propellant weight of no greater than 2 oz.   If you are unsure if a certain motor – or combination of motors –  is permitted, please ask before flying.

One of the biggest challenges we see beginners have is with igniters, please review our pdf about correct igniter installation to help ensure more successful rocket launches.

Please Note: NAR has imposed a temporary flight restriction on Cesaroni VMAX motors. Any flights on a CTI VMAX must use at least one electronic system installed for primary recovery. These electronics need to be able to handle the short G period of these motors to insure “Flight in progress” triggers.


Rockets Don’t Fly By Themselves
Your donation helps C.R.A.S.H maintain it’s equipment and provide free instruction about model rocketry to scouts, students, and hobbyists.

 

Thanks for your support!