ABOUT EAA MOTHER LODE CHAPTER 484
EAA Mother Lode Chapter 484 has been in existence for over 30 years, and is based at Calaveras County - Maury Rasmussen Field (KCPU) in San Andreas, CA. The Mother Lode is known for fine wines, outdoor recreation, beautiful scenery, historic main streets, tales of legendary jumping frogs and notorious stagecoach bandits. From the infamous California coastline, to the fertile Central Valley, and up to the beautiful and adventure-filled Sierra Nevada Mountains, our location offers us some of the best flying on the West Coast.
Our members represent all walks of aviation, including avid builders and restorers of experimental and vintage aircraft, student pilots, military and commercial pilots, aircraft mechanics, and more! We are a close knit flying group that wants to share our passion and grow the aviation community. We invite you to reach out and come fly with us in the beautiful Mother Lode skies. For more information, contact us at EAAchapter484@gmail.com
Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA)
EAA was founded in 1953 by Paul and Audrey Poberezny and friends in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They shared an interest in building their own airplanes and, through the more than 50 years since, have expanded the organization and their mission to include all types of aircraft, not just Experimentals!
Today, EAA is an international general aviation organization with over 240,000 members, making it the largest of its kind across the globe. Together, the members capture and promote the spirit of flight through a worldwide network of chapters, outreach programs, and events.
EAA hosts the annual EAA AirVenture Oshkosh annual fly-in, the greatest annual aviation celebration in the world. Hosting over 500,000 EAA members and enthusiasts from 80 countries, EAA AirVenture is a weeklong event where pilots and kin celebrate the world of aviation.
EAA - The Spirit of Aviation