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1000 ft grass strip. 40 ft wide. 3 rows of open air hangars.

If you can land here, you land most anywhere!

Two restaurants on the field, the Gin Mill is in the middle of the ramp and has better food.

Fri, 18 Apr 2014

you're not going to find a nicer airport or friendlier people unless you go to Port Hawkesbury CYPD,

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Thu, 17 Apr 2014
Anonymous flyer on Woodstock Airport view thread

Join the best Flying Club in Canada! Our J3 and 172 keep us hopping all year. This is the original base of the Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association and we still have 2 of the original Harvards based here. Check out our site at wofc.ca and become a member today!

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