We’re no stranger to big ideas, but hosting our first competition to celebrate our one-year anniversary was something new… and frankly a little intimidating. We can’t thank everyone enough that came out to support, have fun, and try their hand at taking home some of the prize money! For those who couldn’t make it out:Continue reading “Anniversary Competition Recap”
The countdown to February 26, 2022 and our Anniversary Competition is on! We’re excited for this special event and want to share a few more details with everyone. All courses will be open until 5 pm. Competitors are welcome to stay and play after the competition. Have a friend or family member that wants toContinue reading “A Deeper Look at our Anniversary Competition”
At RC Field Days, we’re all about getting outside and having fun. We’ve met a lot of great folks over the last year and spent more hours than we can count laughing and cheering others on along the trail. So as we approach our first anniversary, we wanted to plan something special. We figured, whatContinue reading “Creating Our Own Competition”
Every hobby has an origin story. Ours starts during a year most of us aren’t likely to forget…. 2020. Let’s set the stage because this isn’t your typical quarantine story. Mid August. The days were long, but life around us was still curtailed. Enter one electric blue Losi Nightcrawler. The pandemic shifted some of ourContinue reading “Taming the Rocks: How the Rock Wall Challenge Began”
Welcome to The Junkyard. Being married to a mechanic, hearing “junkyard” conjured up very different images than our rock garden. I’m sure it does for you too. But I can assure you it has earned it’s name. Once overlooked as just an area our kids liked to build forts and explore, things changed shortly afterContinue reading “The Junkyard: Sharing Our Dirty Little Secret”
RC Field Days at the Farmstead opens our private trails to you. The idea was born out of our desire to have a fun, family-friendly outdoor activity that was both approachable enough for newbies (our kids) and provided opportunities to challenge the more experienced drivers (my better half). Plus, it’s a heck of a lot safer, cheaper, and requires less storage space than getting everyone full-size ATVs!