Low Power Launch Themes for 2024

February - Groundhog Day (How many times can you launch a single rocket?)

March - MicroMaxx Madness

April - Foolish Fins (aka Tube fins and other unusual arrangements, as long as it's stable!)

May - May the Fourth be with you (aka Star Wars Day)

June - Bugs (Mosquitoes, Mini-Brutes, or any other insect theme)

July - Patriotic Rockets

August - Airfoils (Helicopters & Gliders)

September - Semroc - Bring your Semroc originals, clones, or anything that celebrates Semroc and it's founder Carl McLawhorn

October - Halloweenies

November - To Be Determined

December - Holiday Theme



Johnson Creek

Information

Copyright © Woosh Rocketry 2023

​​​​The developers that own this land has given WOOSH permission to use this location for club launches.

Do not use this site unless a schedule launch is set.

This field supports small rockets and motors along with some mid-power, depending on the wind speed and direction. All Johnson Creek launches are BYO pad and controller.  Motors E and above require 30' safe distance, make sure your controllers have leads at least this long.  Club members may use the field on scheduled dates, but attendance varies due to personal schedules, weather, and conflicts with other rocketry events.  Motors above F discouraged, this is a small site.  Rockets must be < 3.3lbs, fully prepped, and propellant < 125g, as there is no waiver.

All trash (motor packages, motors, igniters, igniter plugs, wadding, food or beverage containers, etc.) must be removed from the area. Please leave the area as clean as you found it.

1. From I-94 At exit 267, take ramp right for SR-26 toward Johnson Creek

2. Go north on SR-26 0.4 mi

3. Turn left onto River Dr 0.4 mi5

4. Arrive at River Dr

"Note The last intersection is Old WI-26 If you reach Red Oak Circle, you've gone too far

River Dr, Watertown, WI 53094"