When it comes to larger residential aviation communities, many serve as their own contained minitowns, offering almost every major airport amenity imaginable, not to mention countless extras, such as on-site restaurants, sporting facilities and country clubs. Spruce Creek, one of the biggest and best known fly-in communities in the country, is one such airpark, providing residents with everything from an 18-hole golf course to community doctors who make house calls. With its first house built in 1974, the Metro Daytona Beach airpark now boasts more than 1,500 homes and 600 based aircraft, which range from World War I classics, such as the Sopwith Camel, to Cessna Citations. To accommodate such a large pilot residency, which has at times included such celebrities as John Travolta and NASCAR’s finest, Spruce Creek maintains a whopping 14 miles of taxiways and 30 miles of roadways. With a 4,000-by-150-foot runway, GPS approach, several flying clubs, rental aircraft and flight training all at residents’ fingertips, the community leaves little to be desired in terms of services.