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Places to fly in east bay?

Discussion in 'Northwest USA' started by Azam, Feb 13, 2016.

  1. Azam

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    Hi folks, just got a p3 pro and curious where I can fly it in east bay? Is Lake Elizabeth allowed? Does not show up in the banned state parks list.

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  2. DoeGala_73

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    Can you post a link to where we can fly with no problems? I'm in Pittsburg and been flying down at the river
     
  3. edraven

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  4. Rostato

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    I think lake Elizabeth is a city of Fremont park and not an east bay regional park. If that's the case then it's possible. I live in Fremont, maybe I'll check it out one day. The problem is there are TONS of people at lake Elizabeth all the time. So regardless it'll be hard to avoid people


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  5. Azam

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    Yeah I returned my drone since there is no nice place to fly it
     
  6. Rostato

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    That's sad. Plenty of places to fly. Just got to go hunting for them


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  7. DoeGala_73

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    Get out of Fremont man, like he said theres plenty of places to fly!
     
  8. Flipsonic

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    Sent my P3P on a Litchi mission around the Delta this past weekend. Great scenery. I was at Big Break. Some rescue guys on a bike warned me I couldn't fly around there. So I went to a remote parking lot and started the mission there instead. Mission was a success.


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