Toledo State Airport was constructed in 1957 by the Board of Aeronautics on donated land. The airport is located south of U.S. Route 20 (Corvallis-Newport Highway) approximately one mile southwest of the community of Toledo. The airport lies near the Yaquina River, which flows directly from the Pacific Ocean through Newport.
Because of its inland location, Toledo State Airport is sometimes used by aircraft trying to land at Newport Municipal Airport but are unable to do so due to dense fog. The airport is considered part of the coastal airport system, although it is not located on the ocean. The Toledo State Airport plays a supportive role in the current system, providing access to the surrounding recreational areas. The location of the airport also allows for continuation of the Oregon coastal airport system. As such, the airport is designated as a Level 4 airport.
Location: 638 South Bay Road, Toledo, OR 97391
Lat/Long: 44-36.06N / 123-56.37W
300 S. Main Street 181 S. Main Street 297 N. Main Street
Toledo, OR 97391 Toledo, OR 97391 Toledo, OR 97391
(541)336-1833 (541)336-3272 (541)336-9150
744 SW Elizabeth Street 536 SW Elizabeth Street 206 North Coast Hwy.
Newport, OR 97365 Newport, OR 97365 Newport, OR 97365
(541)265-2600 (541)265-7701 (541)265-5321
Newport, OR 97365
Remarks: Warning Airport – Recommend contacting Dept. of Aviation (503)378-4880 (M-F) prior to use. Airport camping is permitted. Boating and fishing. Phone. Port-a-Potty.