Welcome to the Home of Georgetown Aero Modelers Association. We are an R/C flying club with facilities located north of Georgetown, near Walburg in Texas. We consist of about ninety members (kids of all ages), are chartered with the Academy of Model Aeronautics, and our primary purpose is to pursue the fun of flying radio controlled model aircraft and quadcopters.
NOTICE: To our Members: if you have not yet registered for this website, as well as created a member profile, please click here and follow the instructions. If you are not yet a member of GAMA and wish to join our club please follow the links under the menu item "Join Us".
Announcements - Club Meeting date/time
Next club meeting will be on October 7th at the GAMA Field, starting at 10 am. Please note change from usual date. Nominations for Executive Committee will be collected at this meeting.
Also, please note that the Gate Code has been changed as of September 1. New code is in Members Only dropdown. Please keep speed on driveway to 10 mph.
In preparation for 2024 Swap Meet, club has acquired an E-Flite DRACO 2.0 m model for the Meet raffle .. check it out here .. table reservations can now be made for the swap Meet. Follow the instructions at menu path About Us>Swap Meet 2024
Mark your calendar for next Senior Pattern Association competition on October 14th. Details in flyer here...
Drone Capture over field
GAMA has received approval as a FRIA site via AMA. For further information, read article from AMA here. In addition, we are looking for Pilot trainers to register for the AMA Introductory Pilot Program. (https://www.modelaircraft.org/programs/introductory-pilot-program)
Come See What This is All About -
People interested in seeing what this is all about are invited to come to the GAMA Flying Field and approach any member present and introduce yourself. Our field is a locked facility but members are usually present between the hours of 11 am and 4 pm, 7 days each week (weather permitting).
Driving directions can generally be found on any GPS system under the name of "GAMA RC Flying Field" in Georgetown, Texas..