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I may be moving to Washington DC soon, and am having trouble finding tracks nearby

I may be moving to Washington DC soon, and am having trouble finding tracks nearby

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Old 06-26-2016, 11:05 AM
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Default I may be moving to Washington DC soon, and am having trouble finding tracks nearby

Particularly, on-road. How's the RC scene in DC? Is there any?

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Your closest tracks as far as I know are johns which runs in the spring/summer, outdoors in glen burnie md, and MRH which runs indoors in the fall/winter.

For off-road there is Mimis in Gaithersburg
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Old 06-26-2016, 03:42 PM
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Tiltyard Dayton Va, RC Pro Gloucester Va, Adrendaline Raceway, Winchester Va, Trains and Lanes, Easton Pa, Mushroom Bowl Kennet Square Pa. G's Shippenburg, Pa, LCRC Oakland Mills. Tina's Trainland, Maryland, The Track Gaithersburg Md. Debbies Virginia Beach, Va


You are going to have to travel some.
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All those are offroad, sorry I didn't see that part.
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