File Description: Located 05 miles SW of Toms River, New Jersey on 232 acres of land, R.J. Miller Air Park is a public asphalt strip 5949' in length. The airport buildings and immediate surrounding area have been included, magnetic variation adjusted, PAPI properly placed, taxiway lines drawn accurately, beacon properly placed, lit winsock and wind tee (both functional). The parking available has been matched to the current configuration of the airport, which is still undergoing renovation. Not included is the under-construction building just to the south of the terminal and the additional large hangar just north of the already-existing one. Taxiway lighting could not be seen in aerial photos - complete liberty on behalf of the author was taken when placing taxiway lights. Helipad is lit at night although the real world pad is not. Tiedown parking is available on the main tarmac in three sections: Southwest, Northeast, and regular Parking which is in the middle. RAMP_GA_SMALL parking spots are for aircraft with wingspans no greater than 40 feet. RAMP_GA_MEDIUM parking spots are for aircraft with wingspans no greater than 60 feet. RAMP_GA parking spots are occupied/blocked by static objects and should not be chosen as a start location (although collision detection with all such objects has been disabled). There are 4 open hangars - three to the Southwest are for RAMP_GA_SMALL aircraft while the Northeast one is for RAMP_GA_MEDIUM aircraft or smaller. All hangar parking spots are labeled DOCK_GA. A hangar on the main tarmac and a hangar on the tarmac to the south and west removed from the airport have attendants that can be called on NAV2 - this appears to be FS9 only. Both hangars have undecorated interiors and no parking spots to start from. There is only one helipad to start on but helicopters can also start in any RAMP_GA_MEDIUM location with no problem. Fuel for aircraft/helicopters is available by stopping next to the fuel pumps (not the fuel tank) at the north end of the main tarmac. The helipad will supply fuel when landed on.
Scenery constructed with use of satellite images/streetview/aerial photos - the author has not been there in person.
This scenery is meant to be used in conjunction with MegaScenery Earth New Jersey/Delaware 002. It is not required, but apron use is minimized to allow satellite scenery to show through as much as possible, and objects are placed based on the MSE textures - lack of it may make scenery look out of place.