The Flying Tigers Remote Control Model Club will take flight in two demo days, August 5 and 6.
Toledo’s only public archery range and 3D archery course.
Bring your own equipment during normal operating hours, or you can attend special training programs offered through Metroparks, generally by reservation. See the Outdoor Skills programs listed at www.MetroparksPrograms.com for upcoming programs.
Westwinds is also home to the Flying Tigers Model RC Club, and its members can often be seen flying their remote-control aircraft from the airstrip that they maintain.
Additional features include a shelter and a planned walking trail.
For your safety and safety of others, obey all posted special rules for this park.
Unmanned Aircraft (Drone) Permits
Unmanned aircraft, including drones and remote control models, may be flown only at Westwinds Metropark with a permit. Click here to download an application.
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Members of the Flying Tigers RC Model Club, which maintains a flying field at Westwinds Metropark, will give demonstrations and assist new flyers every Wednesday evening in May from 5 to dusk and will also work with people who are interested in the hobby on the first Saturday of every month from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. starting in May.