Where to Fly Your Drone (Organized by City and State)
A national directory of the top places to fly a drone in the United States.
On this page, we’ve done our best to lay out the best places to fly a drone in many of the most populated cities across the United States.
While it can be difficult to identify the various local regulations in every city, our goal with this resource is to focus on safe and legal piloting of UAVs that follow the FAA’s guidelines. We provide guidance on regulations to help you stay compliant with both federal and local rules.
These links are not exhaustive and are simply meant to provide direction. We are not aviation attorneys, so it goes without saying that you should perform additional research on your intended application of sUAS and chosen airspace.
[Want to become a commercial drone pilot? Learn how to get your FAA drone license in this in-depth guide.]
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Where to Fly a Drone: Locations by State and City
States are organized alphabetically, and each link will direct you to a separate page that highlights places to fly a drone within that city.
District of Columbia
Salt Lake City