The Concrete airport is located in one of the most beautiful locations in the country. Surrounded by forests, rivers, lakes and even a volcano, the location provides some of the most scenic flying available anywhere.
The Town of Concrete is located in the northeastern part of Skagit County, Washington.
Concrete is a 1:45 minute drive from Seattle. Take I-5 north to Burlington and Highway 20 east to Concrete. Turn right 1/2 mile before the town.
Concrete airport is located 1/2 mile southwest of the town of Concrete on Highway 20 (North Cascades Highway).
Available is a 2,600-foot paved runway and a 1,600-foot grass runway. The paved runway can handle aircraft up to approximately 12,000 pounds. In addition to small civilian planes, the airport also sees use by helicopters, including those operated by law-enforcement and federal agencies, as well as helicopter-logging companies. Also on site is a lighted medi-vac pad for hospital airlifts.
While a restaurant and lodging are not available on site, there are camping accomodations through a park on the property with water and portable toilets. There is also a great pilot’s lounge with kitchen and shower facilities available for visiting pilots.
There is no aircraft fuel available at this time, however a fuel station is planned for May 2014 – stay tuned for more details soon.