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General Aviation Camping (North 40) Guidelines

TYING DOWN YOUR AIRPLANE | SHOWPLANE CAMPING

  • To camp in the General Aviation Camping area (North 40), you must be an active EAA member. If your aircraft is parked in this area you will be charged for camping. 
     

  • All aircraft must be tied down
     

  • Only one tent per plane unless a second tent is needed for immediate family members. 
     

  • All campsites must be paid for before setup. Always display proper camping credentials. Camping registration number must be easily visible. 
     

  • Wristbands and program books may be purchased at the Registration building.
     

  • Proper daily or weekly wristbands must be worn on the flight line at all times.
     

  • The Oshkosh Fire Department strictly prohibits wood campfires and charcoal grills (per National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards) anywhere in the aircraft camping areas on Wittman Regional Airport grounds.
      

  • Careful use of white gas or propane fired camp stoves is allowed in aircraft camping, provided they are used in an area well away from parked aircraft, and that the stove is attended at all times. It is strongly recommended that aircraft near the stove be checked for any fuel fumes or leakage, and the stove be elevated above ground level.
     

  • Please leave campsites the way you found them.
     

  • No pets.
     

  • Bicycles and personal transportation machines, such as Segways, are allowed in the General Aviation North 40 area only, but are not allowed on the convention site. A bike rack is located near the North 40 Registration building.
     

  • No operation of generators allowed.
     

  • Be courteous to your neighbors...keep area clean and neat and noise levels down. 

    Have a safe and enjoyable stay! 

  

FUTURE AIRVENTURE DATES: 2014: July 28-Aug. 3; 2015: July 20-26; 2016: July 25-31; 2017: July 24-30
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