Cameron Airpark Estates California
Aside from custom homes out in the middle of nowhere, you’ll be hard pressed to find a neighborhood with airplanes parked in front of otherwise normal garages, that is unless…you’re talking about Cameron Airpark Estates. These rare airparks are basically fly-in communities designed around an airport where the residents each would own their own airplane parked in a personal hangar usually attached to the home or integrated into their home. Read more for a short video tour of this one located in El Dorado County, California.

In all, there are only 52 airparks in the United States, and each has one or more runways with homes adjacent to the runway. These aren’t your standard neighborhoods, as some boast many amenities, like a golf course, equestrian facilities and more. These privately owned homes are normally restricted to use by the property owners and their invited guests. Unfortunately, finding shops nearby may be a hassle, since most do not include commercial operations or businesses.

LEGO City Passenger Airplane 60262, with Radar Tower, Airport Truck with a Car Elevator, Red Convertible, 4 Passenger and 4 Airport Staff Minifigures, plus a Baby Figure, New 2020 (669 Pieces)
  • This passenger airplane toy makes an ideal introduction to the exciting world of LEGO City; Perfect for kids aged 6 and up, it is designed to inspire creative, independent play based on real-life events
  • This passenger plane toy includes a large airplane, airport truck with a with car elevator, airstair, airport terminal setting, a red convertible automobile, 8 minifigures and a baby figure
  • Includes a large model airplane with seating for the pilot and passenger minifigures – including Poppy Starr from the LEGO City Adventures TV series – plus a terminal building with luggage conveyor and a control tower
  • The LEGO City Passenger Airplane 60262 building set makes a great birthday or any-other-day gift for kids aged 6 and up, and for boys and girls who love toy planes and the excitement of flying to far-off lands
  • When built, the Passenger Airplane measures over 7" (18cm) high, 21" (54cm) long and 17" (44cm) wide, while the terminal building measures over 8” (21cm) high, 11” (28cm) wide and 4” (12cm) deep