EAA and the EAA Aviation Museum will be closed Wednesday, January 30, and Thursday, January 31, due to the weather. Thank you for understanding.
Flying in to Oshkosh and pitching a tent under the wing of your airplane is perhaps the ultimate way to experience AirVenture.
You must be an EAA member to camp in an aircraft camping area. No pre-registration is necessary and airplane campsites are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis (three-day minimum).
Aircraft camping areas on the EAA AirVenture grounds are segmented into two categories:
- General aircraft camping area (commonly known as the “North 40”) There's an opportunity to “group camp” in the N40 but it exists with restrictions. See this form for more details.
- Showplane camping (Vintage, Homebuilt, Ultralight, Rotorcraft and Seaplane categories)
Shower facilities, free public Wi-Fi, on-site transportation, and access to food and supplies are available.
Cost: $28 per day
Rules? Yea, we have a few. Check out these dos and don’ts to make your stay enjoyable.
Find all of the conveniences available to you, most right on-site!