FLYING, the largest media brand dedicated to general aviation, is planning to develop a fly-in outdoor adventure resort and residential community on 1,500 acres directly in between Dunlap and Pikeville, TN, in the Sequatchie Valley. At maturity, the community will host at least 800 residential homes, many with hangars attached, 180 vacation villa rental homes, 35 community hangars, and an outdoor adventure resort center.
The Fields is located in a Class G airspace and will be the only paved airport within 30 miles – this eliminates the hassles of dealing with air traffic control or congestion. In addition, the Sequatchie Valley offers some of the most majestic flying in the entire eastern half of the U.S. in one of the most vibrant and active outdoor communities in the world.
4,200 ft. x 60 ft. asphalt runway
60 ft. wide taxiways property-wide
Two turf runways for grass landings
On-site maintenance storage and workshop with tools and equipment
Members-only fueling station for discounted onsite fuel
Members-only flight club with ICONs and STOL Including certification by a club instructor
Overnight aircraft parking
Detached hangars for non-airpark residents
In Phase 1, community members of The Fields will be able to enjoy features such as an on-site fine dining restaurant, a luxury community center and clubhouse, and an organic grocery store with coffee, a wine bar, and a farm to table cafe. There are also 8 commercial lots available for retail development.
Pool overlooking the Runway
100+ acres of development will be dedicated to fully custom and semi-custom homesites in Phase 1.
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Sequatchie Valley, TN is a nearly perfect straight valley in eastern Tennessee that draws people from all over the countryfor outdoor adventure tourism. The rural area is home to some of the most breathtaking views in all of Tennessee, with mountains, fields of green, and large forests.