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About Spruce Creek Fly-In
Spruce Creek Fly-in

Florida Hawk on taxiway sign at Spruce Creek The Spruce Creek Fly-in is the world's most famous residential airpark. With a 4,000 ft lighted runway and a GPS approach, the private airport at the center of the community (7FL6) can accommodate anything from a Stearman to a Gulfstream. Originally a navy airfield during WWII, it evolved into the world's largest residential fly-in community. Today, almost 5,000 residents, 1,500 homes and 700 hangars share a unique life in this private gated village. The first thing a visitor sees after driving through the security gates is a sign that summarizes the spirit of Spruce Creek: “Caution children and adults at play”. 

A championship golf course and Country Club and 24-hr patrolled security complement the safety, privacy and enjoyment of our residents.

Spruce Creek Fly-In

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