Grove Municipal Airport, Grove Oklahoma
Considered a community with a small town feel, the City of Grove offers a thriving downtown center filled with exciting opportunities and experiences. Located in the foothills of the Ozarks, Grove is the largest city on the shores of beautiful Grand Lake O' the Cherokees and offers an abundance of high octane recreation opportunities whether it is power boating, water skiing, parasailing, or trail and bike riding. Grand Lake, considered the best bass fishing lake in Oklahoma, accommodates more than 400 fishing tournaments each year.
The National Plan of Integrated Airport System (NPIAS) has classified Grove Municipal Airport a General Aviation airport, while the Oklahoma Airport System Plan classifies it as a Regional Business airport. The airport runway is 5,250-feet in length with a 90,000 pound weight capacity.
The airport was built in 1960. Since that date, Twenty-seven (27) privately owned hangars and twenty (20) T-hangars have been added to the property. In 2002, Grove Municipal Airport received the Oklahoma Airport of the Year Award from the Oklahoma Airport Operator’s Association.