Wild River Flying Club (WRFC) is a non-profit, social flying club located at “Wisconsin’s Friendliest Airport” – the Osceola Municipal Airport (KOEO) in Osceola, Wisconsin on the banks of the scenic St. Croix River. WRFC is dedicated to promoting the safety of our members by demanding only the best maintenance of our aircraft and by providing recurrent proficiency checks as well as safety tips and seminars. Wild River Flying Club was founded in 1971 by several local pilots one Saturday morning over breakfast in Dresser, WI as the “Mouseketeers” with just one airplane, a hangar, and a passion to fly. Through the years, as they grew in size and added another airplane, they incorporated and renamed themselves the Wild River Flying Club. The Club has grown to what it is today – a well-respected, financially sound flying club with four diverse airplanes, two hangars, a 2,000 gallon fuel system, and only 32 members. We challenge you to find a club with these amenities. Browse our website and let us know how we can help you achieve your flying goals.
Articles about the club written by AOPA