By Ted Cowan, NA7C, Affiliated Club Coordinator. Assistant Section Manager

Many Utah section clubs are conducting Field Day this year and the public is invited to participate.  You don’t need an Extra class license or even a ham license to get on the air when you visit a Field Day site.

Below is a list of the Field Day sites we know of and most of them will have licensed coaches ready to help.  Most of the larger clubs are also operating a special station called a “GOTA” (Get On The Air) station that will coach and guide the inexperienced ham.  Contact the club’s Field Day contact for more information.

ClubField Day LocationContactCallsign/email
Basin Amateur Radio Club (formerly Borderline Amateur Radio Club Near Fruitland, 34041 US-40, Duchesne, UT 84021Erik Larsenad7ov@wolf-den.us
Bridgerland Amateur Radio Club (BARC) – W7IVMEldon Kearl’s Property in Fish Haven Idaho. 3078 US-89, Fish Haven, IDTed McArthurkb7pab@gmail.com
Cottonwood Heights Amateur Radio ClubCottonwood Heights City Hall
2277 E Bengal Blvd
Salt Lake City, UT
Carlos Cardoncdcardon@comcast.net

Davis County Amateur Radio Club – N7DAV
Kaysville Junior High School: 100 E 350 S, Kaysville, UTJoe Giraudon7jeh@arrl.net
Dixie Amateur Radio Club – W7DRC620 S Tech Ridge Drive, St George, UTRic Waymank7dlxham@gmail.com
Draper Ham Radio Club – K7DPR15278 S. Traverse Ridge Road, Draper UTEric Hansenehansen9@gmail.com
Golden Spike Amateur Radio Club – K7UBBear River City, Utah
City Park: 5930 N 4600 W, Bear River City, UT
Bret Andersonkg7rdr@gmail.com
Great Salt Lake Contest Club – K7KCNorth and west of the Wolf Creek campground: 40°29’11” N 111°02’28” W.Darryl Hazlegrendarryl@hazelgren.net
Ogden Amateur Radio Club – W7SUMarriott Park: 1045 S 1200 W, Marriott Slaterville UTVal Campbellw7su@arrl.net
Rainbow Canyons Amateur Radio Club – N7UNear Enoch, UT: 37.769457, -113.170993Fredric Govedichfred.govedich@gmail.com
Sinbad Desert Amateur Radio ClubUp our local Cottonwood Canyon (above the Trail Mtn. Mine)k7sdchamclub@gmail.com
Sandy Amateur Radio Club – WS7ARCGranite Park: 2725 Grouse Creek Cir, Sandy, UTStuart Thorpestuart.thorpe@aarthek.net
Skyline Amateur Radio Clubat the top of Ephraim Canyon and the intersection of Skyline Drive at about 10K’: 300 yards south on Skyline Drive from the Ephraim Canyon Rd intersectionJim Weeksn1lgq1@gmail.com
SLCO ARES15278 S. Traverse Ridge Road, Draper UTDan Lundwalln7xdl.dan@gmail.com
South Valley Ham Guys – KZ1GNear Wendover: 40.728, -114.037Jonathan Titusjontitus@comcast.net
Utah Amateur Radio Club – W7SPNear the Payson Lakes Campground: – 39.92700, -111.63033Morris Farmerad7sr@comcast.net
Utah County ARESHollow Park in Lindon Utah: 300 E 400 N St, Lindon, UTCaryn Alarconkg7uur@gmail.com
Utah Valley Amateur Radio Club – K7UVAForest Road 451 in the Co-Op Creek area Directly North of Strawberry Reservoir. 40.283134, -111.168512Wendy Shoop
wendyshoop@gmail.com

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