If you’ve been to the Triple Tree Fly-In, you make it an annual getaway. If you haven’t, raise your standards. Treat yourself to Triple Tree.
I often tell people, “If you want to feel positive about life, just turn off the news and go hang out with a group of young people who are passionate about aviation.” There’s no better opportunity to practice this than the Triple Tree Aerodrome Young Aviators’ Fly-In in Woodruff, South Carolina.
Robert Butterfield submitted this photo and note: “My camp site at Triple Tree Aerodrome (SC00) in South Carolina. The first flight over the Blue Ridge Mountains to this pristine airport. With the back seat removed in my 1956 Piper Tri Pacer, a tent, sleeping bag, and electric scooters made a trip well appreciated.”
The annual fall fly-in at Triple Tree Aerodrome in South Carolina is all about fun, flying, and fellowship.
For those pilots who couldn’t make the 2022 fly-in at Triple Tree Aerodrome, you can visit virtually by checking out a new vide by John Rob Holland. The 10-minute video covers the entire week at Triple Tree, which officials call a “pilot’s paradise.”
Jim Roberts submitted this photo and note: “Looking right at home on a grass taxiway, this beautiful Cessna 180 arrives for the Triple Tree Aerodrome Fall Fly-In in Woodruff, S.C., which was held Sept 19-25, 2022.”
After a two-year pandemic pause.
After his high school graduation, Ben Templeton plans a solo cross county flying to the 48 states in the continental U.S. as a youth ambassador for Triple Tree Aerodrome in South Carolina.
None of us would start a flight knowing the aircraft has maintenance issues or was low on fuel or the weather was beyond our abilities.