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Grove Field 1W1

       Located in Camas, Washington, in beautiful Clark County, Grove Field is just 3 miles north from downtown Camas and only 20 minutes east of Vancouver, Washington, making it a convenient stop along the I-5 corridor.

        As you fly into the area, you will be delighted at the beautiful scenery of the Pacific Northwest. Nestled in the Columbia River Gorge with Mt. Hood and Mt. Saint Helens serving as picturesque backdrops, lays Grove Field Airport. To the south of the airport, you will see Lacamas Lake and the Columbia River, "Gateway to the Gorge."

       Whether you're in need of fuel on your way to your destination, or if you're looking for a safe, secure location to store or tie down your aircraft, for the night or weekend or permanently, Grove Field provides all the necessary amenities you'll require while on your journey.

Airport Information

  • Radio Controlled Runway Lighting

  • Rotating Beacon For Night Flying

  • 79 Aircraft Hangers 

  • Planes Available For Rent 

  • 24 Hour Fuel Source

  • Tie-downs

  • Restrooms and Showers

Field Information

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  • Identifier: 1W1

  • Lat/Long: 45.626 N / 122.4 W (Estimated)

  • Runway Length: 2710' x 40' Asphalt Runway 

  • Elevation: 429'

  • Runways: 7-25

  • CTAF: 122.9

Grove Field History


Grove Field was founded in 1946 by Ward Grove, an avid flyer and a long time resident of Camas, WA.


Originally Grove Field was a grass runway with a stand fir trees on the west end with power poles, with the main road and a large orchard on the east end. They usually took off to the west, over the trees.


The airstrip was paved in 1990.

Port of Camas-Washougal

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Grove Field Airport is publicly owned by the Port of Camas-Washougal and is governed under their jurisdiction. The Port is responsible for maintenance of Grove Field Airport. Click the link below for hangar and other rates and fees.


The Port of Camas-Washougal was established in 1935 to create a favorable climate for economic development in the Camas-Washougal area.

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