Each year, more than half a million aviation enthusiasts from around the world are welcomed to Oshkosh, Wisconsin to attend EAA Airventure. At EAA Airventure Oshkosh, meet with air hobbyists alike and see the world’s best pilots perform shows that leave with you a lifetime of memories.
EAA Airventure is located only 20 miles from Appleton Flight Center and Appleton International Airport. Choose Appleton Flight Center for your convenience in attending the week long event.
Camping is available for $30 a day
Appleton Flight Center does not accept reservations for parking. We have more than enough room to accommodate all planes. Also, due to the volume of traffic, we are unfortunately unable to coordinate any reservations for cars, hotels, or catering, nor are we responsible for obtaining invoices, checking in cars, etc. To make your visit more enjoyable, inform any car-rental agency of the estimated time of arrival to Appleton.
If you have additional questions please feel free to call us at (920) 738-3034.
Camping under the wing of your airplane might just be the ultimate EAA experience. In order to camp in an aircraft camping area, you must be an EAA member. Pre-registration is not required, but airplane campsites are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. A three-day minimum fee applies.
Showers, free public Wi-Fi, on-site transportation, and grocery (for food and supplies) are available for aircraft campers.
To camp in a showplane area, your aircraft must be eligible for judging in one of the following categories.
EAA works to ensure everyone’s safety during the event. If there is severe weather, warnings and instructions will be distributed through the AirVenture public address system in addition to other communication methods, including Twitter, Facebook, and text message alerts to your cellphone.
Pilots arriving at EAA should have a copy of the AirVenture 2021 NOTAM on board, which is available at EAA.org/NOTAM.