Nutmeg Soaring Association at the Freehold Airport | Sports/Recreation, Transportation in Greenville, Mountain Towns, River Towns, Valley Towns

Nutmeg Soaring Association at the Freehold Airport

Nutmeg Soaring Association (NSA) – Soaring since 1956!

Originally founded in 1956 in Connecticut (Nutmeg is the Connecticut nickname), NSA is looking for enthusiastic new members ages 13 and older.

We are a private, volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to teaching and enjoying the art, science and safety of flying sailplanes.

Freehold Airport is located 0.7 miles west of Freehold, New York 12431 on County Road 67 — about 30 miles south of Albany, 15 miles northwest of Catskill and 15 miles north of Hunter Mountain.  Our airport has a 2275-foot long blacktop runway, with a 600-foot over-run at both ends.  With the northern Catskill Mountains and Windham High Peak 5 miles southwest  and 3550 feet in elevation, we frequently enjoy thermals and mountain wave, keeping us aloft even on days when other area gliding sites are on the ground.

Sevice/Delivery Area: Mountain Towns, River Towns, Valley Towns

  • Nutmeg Soaring Association at the Freehold Airport
  • Nutmeg Soaring Association at the Freehold Airport
  • Nutmeg Soaring Association at the Freehold Airport
  • Nutmeg Soaring Association at the Freehold Airport
  • Nutmeg Soaring Association at the Freehold Airport
518-253-4859

3981 Co Rd 67, Freehold, NY 12431

Bob Pett
bobpett1@verizon.net

http://nutmegsoaring.org

Hours
Flight operations are every weekend mid April through early November with an encampment the week of July 4th. During the encampment week we fly from Saturday to the following Sunday.

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