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Cameron Airpark
IATA: noneICAO: noneFAA: O61
Summary
Airport type public use/private owned
Owner Cameron Park Airport District
Location Cameron Park, California
Elevation AMSL 1,286 ft / 392 m
Coordinates 38°41′02″N 120°59′15″W / 38.68389°N 120.9875°W / 38.68389; -120.9875Coordinates: 38°41′02″N 120°59′15″W / 38.68389°N 120.9875°W / 38.68389; -120.9875
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
13/31 4,051 1,235 Asphalt

Cameron Airpark (FAA LID: O61) is a public airport located in the city of Cameron Park, serving El Dorado County, California, USA. The airport is used for general aviation and is vital to the surrounding region. The area to the West of the runway is an airpark where home owners can taxi their planes up to their homes. The East side of the runway is public and includes rented tie down spaces, hanger spaces, and a limited number of transient spaces. The runway and general airport area is owned and operated by a council of the home owners on the field. The elevated area to the East of the runway is owned by private individuals.[1] Some of the area is offered for tie down rental spots. Since the airport is privately owned with difference parcels owned by different individuals the airport has continued to shrink as parcels are sold off for non-aviation businesses. The airport has never received federal obligation grant funds and therefor is not obligated to operate.

Facilities

Cameron Airpark covers 61 acres (250,000 m2) and has one runway:

  • Runway 13/31: 4,051 x 50 ft (1,235 x 15 m), Surface: Asphalt

References

  1. ^ Cameron Park Airport Ownership Information link Description of Ownership

External links

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