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​Rome State Airport

Rome (REO)


The State Highway Department constructed Rome State Airport for the Department of Defense and then transferred the airport to the Board of Aeronautics in 1957.  The airport is located in southeast Oregon, west of U.S. Route 95 (Idaho-Oregon-Nevada Highway).  There is no town associated with the location of the airport.  It lies approximately 100 miles south of Bums Municipal Airport and 40 miles north of McDermitt State Airport

The location of Rome State Airport is important to the State's airport system from a geographic coverage and access standpoint.  The airport provides an additional access point to the State's airport system in an area that is remote and sparsely populated.  Rome State Airport is categorized as a Level 5 non-critical airport.

Location: 3609 Hwy. 95 West, Jordan Valley, OR 97918
Lat/Long: 42-34.66N / 117-53.13W
CTAF: 122.9
Elevation: 4,053
Lighting: None
Runway: 03/21
Length: 6,000’
Width: 150’
Surface: Asphalt
Fuel: None
Transportation: None
 
 
 
Food:            Rome’s Station
                   3605 Hwy. 95 West
                   Rome, OR 97910
                   (541)586-2295
 
Lodging:        Sahara Motel                     Basque Station Motel
                   607 Main Street                 801 Main Street
                   Jordan Valley, OR 97910      Jordan Valley, OR 97910
                   (541)586-2500                  (541)586-2244
 
 
Remarks: Airport camping is permitted.  High desert area.