BOONVILLE AIRPORT

  • Airport Identifier: D83
  • Located 1 mile Northwest of downtown Boonville
  • Coordinates: Lat: 39-00-50.23N; Long: 123-22-53.59W
  • Mendocino VOR: ENI-112.3, 228° , 5.6 miles
  • Phone: 707 895-2949
  • Hours: Not attended
  • Elevation: 364’
  • Pattern altitudes: 1200’ MSL all aircraft (climb to 900’ MSL before turning)
  • Runways: 13 and 31, asphalt, 2838 ’x60’
         Runway caution: hill and trees 13 approach and 31 departure
  • Taxiway:Taxi on runway
  • Fees: overnight tiedown $3/night
  • Approaches: Daytime VFR only
  • Com frequency: 122.7
  • Charts: San Francisco; L2
  • Contact: Airport Manager, Kirk Wilder   kewcbw@gmail.com
  • Residential airpark on east side of runway
  • Parking on southwest corner of airport
  • Restaurants, lodging and fairgrounds within 1 mile
  • Caution: Do not mistake parallel County road for taxiway;
          back taxi on runway only

2017 Airport Open House


Saturday, August 12, 2017 is the 18th Annual Boonville Airport Open House Celebration. Come to the airport and enjoy a day of fun and adventure! Many types of aircraft will be on display, including homebuilts, antiques and who knows what might drop in for a visit. There will be a pot luck dinner at 5PM. Bring a dish of your choice to share and enjoy the great food. Drinks will be provided by the Airport.

Early arrivals are invited to the Pre-Party Party on Friday evening, the 11th of August. Festivities start at the Anderson Valley Brewing Company's Visitor Center at 5PM. Pizza, salad and desserts will be available afterwards at the Airport for a small donation. There will be an aircraft and vehicle camping area for those that wish to rough it. Certificates of Participation for Aircraft of Historical Significance will be provided.

Party central is the corner of Airport Road and Estate Drive, at the Boonville Airport. No RSVP is required and everyone is welcomed. For additional information contact Kirk and Cindy Wilder at 707-895-2949. For safety concerns it is requested all dogs be leashed at all times.
Kirk Wilder