Link to TRA/NAR and other organizations

Launch Operations On Hold

Club currently working to source new launch site.
Will announce resumption of launches at a later date.

2020 Schedule

Altitude Records

Weather and Launch Conditions

Flight Cards
Print your own, if you like!
NEW!  Fillable .pdf Flight Card

Photos & Videos


Contact NEFAR

Radio Frequencies List

Vendors who frequent our launches,
members' rocketry pages,
and a few others of rocketary interest.

Certification Contacts for NEFAR
Welcome to NEFAR!
  Who are we?  NEFAR is a group of dedicated rocketeers who have organized to make good launch opportunities available to ourselves and other responsible flyers.  NEFAR is is affiliated with the National Association of Rocketry (Section #563) and Tripoli Rocketry Association (TRA Prefect #35).
  What do we do?  We hold low, mid, and high power rocket launches (A - M impulse motors).  T
We collaborate with a number of schools, colleges, and civic groups to facilitate and promote the use of rocketry for educational, recreational, and research purposes.  
  When?  Our launches are on the second Saturday of each month, with  two-day launches (Saturday and Sunday) in April and November.  Launches usually start about 10:00am and close at 3:00pm in the winter, 5:00pm in the summer.
  Where? Contact NEFAR officers for directions
  Why?  Because it's fun!  Exciting!   It is also highly educational, recreational, and a great way to meet smart people.   
To see what it is like, check out our Gallery (It's way better in person!)
do I get started?
 Contact one of the NEFAR officers to discuss your rocketry interests, and how NEFAR might facilitate your rocketry plans.  

We adhere to strict rules of safety and legality, and require that our guest flyers do likewise.  Following the rules allows us to launch large and exciting rockets to high altitudes.  

Radio Frequencies List
If you are considering bringing a radio tracker to a NEFAR launch, please check out the list of frequencies used by our current members.  We wish to avoid interference among these devices as much as possible. If you have or will be purchasing such a device please let us know and we will add your frequencies to the list.

Please do not use 418mHz at NEFAR launches
If you are planning to use telemmetry at a NEFAR launch, try to avoid using the radio frequency 418 megaHertz as it is the same frequency used by our new wireless launch control system.  Problems could ensue.

Updated 5/5/19 JY