The Mulino State Airport is located in the hamlet of Mulino, a small community situated within the Portland metropolitan area in northern Clackamas County, Oregon. Oregon Department of Aviation took ownership from the Port of Portland in 2007. The Mulino community was named after a flourmill built in 1851.
“Mulino” is derived from the Spanish word molino, which means mill and was chosen when postal authorities objected that “Molino” was easily confused with nearby Molalla. The area has a strong agricultural background and in the 1850s, the local mill was one of the largest flour producing mills in the Willamette Valley. A private individual established the Airport in 1949. At the time, the facility consisted of two intersecting grass runways each 2,100’ in length.
Location: 26926 South Airport Road, Mulino, OR 97013
Lat/Long: 45-12.98N / 122-35.41W
Lighting: MIRL, PAPI
Fuel: 24-HR Cardlock
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