Club Sites

Greenspot Flying Field

The MARKS Club currently has one main flying site: Our Greenspot field is about 3 miles East of the city of Highland. The runway has a polymer surface, is 500ft long, and 40ft wide. The runway has a slight slope but it is extremely flat. We have a 120ft shade structure, setup tables, and a port-a-potty on site. During winters with lots of rain we have a big lake just down from the runway where we can fly float planes.

Things to note: Because of the vicinity to the Redlands CA. airport we have a ceiling of 400' AGL.  We do allow jets, however, smoke systems are prohibited. Check our Flying Site Rules. You need a key to get to this site.  During competitions and events we will have either a member at the gate or a cell phone number posted where the code for the number lock can be obtained.

If you would like to check out the field please send a message using the Contact Us page.

  • Length: 500ft (152m)

  • Width: 40ft (12.2m)

  • Location: N34° 05.519' W117° 07.046'

  • Elevation: 512m

  • Surface: Polymer (similar to asphalt)

Driving Directions

  • Exit interstate 210 on 5th street and go East on 5th Street

  • After about 1.4 miles 5th street becomes Greenspot road, continue through Highland for about 4 miles

  • There is a right curve leading to a bridge that crosses the Santa Anna Wash

  • Just before the bridge toward the beginning of the curve, make a right onto the access road for the retention basin area.  There is a sign for MARKS Club and Inland Rock Company at the entrance.

  • There is a massive red gate (which has to be opened with a key and should remain closed at all times)

  • Open the gate (use the club key) and drive on the access road

  • Turn left at the third (3rd) road on your left

  • Turn right at the first (1st) road on your right and drive down to the flying site

For first time visitors, please ask a fellow club member to show you the way as the area is big and it is easy to get lost.


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