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Rosamond Skypark

The Rosamond Skypark Association

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The Rosamond Skypark is a privately-owned and operated residential skypark located in Southern California's Antelope Valley (AKA "Aerospace Valley"). Our FAA designator is L00 (Lima-Zero-Zero) and our airport is open for public use. This website is operated by the Rosamond Skypark Association as a service to our owner/members. We also provide various items of interest to pilots and the general public.

Welcome to the Skypark Website


Current Happenings & Notices:

Board of Directors Meeting      

The next scheduled meeting of the Skypark Directors will be 6 PM on Thursday, March 12, 2020 in the Skypark Building, 4000 Knox Avenue, Rosamond.

All Members are always invited to attend these monthly meetings of the Board, held on the second Thursday of each month.


Rumor of the Week:
Pilot-controlled Weather Broadcast

Indications are that, after years of off-and-on discussion on the subject, we are finally closing in on an affordable pilot-operated wind / barometric broadcast device. 

As a bonus, the unit would also replace our defunct pilot-controlled lighting receiver, bringing back that feature.

Stay tuned.


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Drone Incursions

There have been several recent complaints / reports of drones flying over and in the immediate vicinity of the Skypark's runway and, probably even worse, have been observed flying directly within the final approach flight path to Runway 26.   Only semi-amusingly, a downed & drowned drone was found in a Skypark swimming pool.

While current FAA regs do not directly prohibit drone flight in Class G "uncontrolled" airspace, the enhanced danger of flying within the traffic pattern airspace of any airport is obvious.

Very likely the operators of  these drones are local residents and are known to other residents.  Please help us control this problem by being "eyes & ears".  If you observe or become aware of someone operating a drone in an unsafe manner, identifying the operator to the Association, or if you prefer, a "word" to the operator, would be greatly appreciated.