The Fauquier Amateur Radio Association will be participating in the 2022 edition of ARRL Field Day on
Saturday June 25th through Sunday June 26th (24 hours)
Field Day is an exciting opportunity for members of the public to not only see Amateur Radio in action but experience it first hand. FARA will be featuring a Get-On-The-Air station where visitors can operate a radio. Under the guidance of an experienced amateur radio licensee, you will be able to make two-way contacts with other Field Day stations across the U.S. and Canada by voice, morse code, or text transmission.
FARA Field Day also affords members of the community, local government officials, and public safety personnel the opportunity to learn about the recreational, educational, public service and emergency preparedness aspects of amateur radio.
Our Field Day station simulates a disaster response scenario: we will be using temporary antennas erected within minutes (yet capable of global communication), operating from temporary shelters, and running the station entirely on generator power and alternative energy sources.
Members of the Fauquier Amateur Radio Association look forward to meeting you June 22nd and 23rd.
C.M. Crockett Park
10066 Rogues Road
View the park location in Google Maps.
The operating site is the large field on the left immediately after entering the park. Just look for the tents and antennas.
Admission to the park is free for vehicles registered in Fauquier County, $7 for vehicles registered elsewhere.
There is no additional admission charge for FARA Field Day.
Visitors wishing to operate the GOTA station or observe primary station activity are welcome during the following hours:
Saturday June 25th: 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Sunday June 26rd: 7:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Scenes From Field Day 2021