Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields

© 2002, © 2022 by Paul Freeman. Revised 1/16/22.

*** Dedicated in the memory of my father, Harris Freeman (1929-2010), who supported my interest in aviation ever since I was a little boy. ***

History & mystery combined.”

On the following pages, you will find information on vanished or abandoned airfields & their unusual histories.

As a pilot, a particular interest of mine has always been the abandoned airfields that dot the landscape of much of this country.

Both for their potential safety value to a pilot in an emergency,

and also for their sometimes fascinating history, this particular topic has always held my curiosity.

When I'm a passenger on commercial flights,

I've always found myself looking out the window, constantly looking for airfields below.

When I fly as a pilot myself, I've always tried to land at as many airports as possible,

to learn a little about each one.


Please consider a financial contribution to support the continued growth & operation of this site.

This website is supported by the American Aviation Historical Society:


This website contains descriptions & images of 2,571 airfields, in all 50 states.

The pages are organized by state:


Updated 1/11/22


Updated 10/29/21


Updated 4/12/21

Puerto Rico

Updated 12/11/21


Updated 1/14/22


Updated 12/9/21


Updated 11/10/21

Rhode Island

Updated 1/14/21


Updated 1/8/22


Updated 11/10/21


Updated 11/5/21

South Carolina

Updated 11/21/21


Updated 8/5/21


Updated 10/18/21

New Hampshire

Updated 12/11/21

South Dakota

Updated 3/23/21


Updated 1/15/22


Updated 11/5/21

New Jersey

Updated 1/15/22


Updated 11/29/21


Updated 12/31/21


Updated 6/1/21

New Mexico

Updated 1/7/22


Updated 1/14/22


Updated 5/16/21


Updated 1/18/21

New York

Updated 1/13/22


Updated 11/4/21


Updated 9/21/20


Updated 10/8/21

North Carolina

Updated 12/31/21


Updated 1/5/22

District of Columbia

Updated 10/18/21


Updated 1/7/22

North Dakota

Updated 1/15/21


Updated 12/5/21


Updated 10/29/21


Updated 12/3/21


Updated 1/9/22

Washington State

Updated 10/12/21


Updated 1/6/22


Updated 10/31/21


Updated 6/9/21

West Virginia

Updated 12/1/21

Hawaii & Western Pacific Islands

Updated 9/3/21


Updated 11/19/21


Updated 1/16/22


Updated 10/14/21


Updated 9/15/21


Updated 10/14/21


Updated 1/16/22


Updated 6/8/21


Since this site was first put on the web in 1999, its popularity has grown tremendously.


If the total quantity of material on this site is to continue to grow,

it will require ever-increasing funding to pay its expenses.

Therefore, I request financial contributions from site visitors,

to help defray the increasing costs of the site

and ensure that it continues to be available & to grow.

What would you pay for a good aviation magazine, or a good aviation book?

Please consider a donation of an equivalent amount, at the least.

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Airfield entries recently added to the website include:

Corvallis Junction Airport OR, Trinity Field AL, Alvin Airport TX, Continental Airfield AZ, Beaver Dam Auxiliary Field AL, McDonough Airport GA, Tri-Cities Airport AL,

Pleasant Valley Airport AZ, Deerfield Valley Airport VT, Boston City Heliport MA, Cincinnati Western & Southern Heliport OH, Geneva Airport AL, and updates to many others.

Comments about my page? Information you would like to contribute?

Contact the author at: paulandterryfreeman@gmail.com

If you have pictures or other historical information to help tell the story of these airfields, please send them.

If you have photographs to share, a few requests:

JPG format usually works the best.

Higher resolution photos are generally better.

Please specify the year the picture was taken, and the photographer (if you know that information).

Other items which can be used to expand the website's coverage:

old aeronautical charts, photos, or airport directories.

If you have items such as these & would consider donating them to the website,

please contact the author at: paulandterryfreeman@gmail.com


In February 2015 the “Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields” website hit TWO MILLION visitors!

In April 2019 the “Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields” website celebrated its 20th Anniversary!

Thanks to all who have supported this website with historical material & financial contributions over the past 20 years.

History of the website:

This site has been on the web since April 1999.

From April 2002 – January 2022 this website had 2,803,400 visitors.

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