Daily Flying During COVID-19

New 2021 schedule coming soon!

this is going to be a challenging time for any of us to operate, but we hope that we can offer a safe and healthy environment for our pilots to get outside and enjoy what we all love about Morningside as we begin our flying season in 2020.

Please reference this page for more information regarding participation and visitation with Morningside Flight Park during COVID-19.

updated 7/4/2020, 9:00 AM

New Hampshire Governor Sununu issued “Stay at Home 2.0”, which allows for the phased re-opening of certain businesses around New Hampshire until the end of May. As to be expected there aren’t any specific guidelines for a Hang Gliding or Paragliding facility, but there are important considerations to consider based on a number of guidelines that have been issued:

  • social distancing still in effect
  • reduced capacity of all facilities
  • cleaning & sanitation of common facilities
  • “cashless” transactions
  • gatherings limited to 10 or fewer people
  • use of face masks, gloves and other PPE

As we face these challenges, we ask that you be flexible and conscientious of everyone at the park, including all other customers, visitors and staff. Our goal is enable those want to use the park for outdoor activity the opportunity to do so in a safe and healthy manner.




We are taking reservations for “flying days”. Heath will be making a 3-4 day schedule for use of the hill (150, 250 and 450) based on the best judgement that he can with weather forecasting on Sundays and Thursdays.

Each day will have 2 sessions for pilots to sign up for use of the hill. We will cap the use of the hill to 10 total HG or PG pilots per 4 hour flying session (9AM and 1PM). This will be available to Season Pass holders [PURCHASE SEASON PASS] and rated pilots who pay the daily flying fee. Morningside will provide rides up the hill at normal rates (no charge for hiking), and only Morningside approved staff/personnel will be permitted to drive the vehicles. Capacity for PG rides up the hill will be limited based on social distancing guidelines.


We are admitting students on a VERY LIMITED capacity. We will be reaching out to students that we have already scheduled about lessons for this month first, and then open up lessons to others to book once we get those students scheduled or rescheduled first.

We will be restricting  lessons types to only those that we feel we can offer in a manner where social distancing can be adhered to…this will severely restrict our lessons and the amount of people we can take for lessons.

If you are a new student interested in getting on the schedule for lessons, we recommend that you sign up as soon as possible. The schedule is likely to fill up very quickly.


Our runway is open for use as long as social distancing guidelines are being followed. Our Tandem flights are offered as well and we ask you to bring your own mask, helmet and gloves when in flight with us.


Camping is permitted now in the state. We’re working on our procedures for cleaning/sanitizing our bathrooms but we are likely going to have to close showers until a later date. Please keep in mind that access may be limited to those facilities depending on those procedures. Likewise the outdoor kitchen, sink and common areas will likely have restricted access based on sanitation practices as well as social distancing guidelines.

The zipline and laser tag is open to closed groups and families. We ask you again bring your own masks, garden gloves and helmets if you have them.


Our indoor facilities will be restricted to employees only accept by appointment or invitation by the staff. All staff and visitors will be required to wear face protection (masks) while inside and asked to maintain social distancing practices while inside, just as they are expected outside as well all around the park.

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