Pine Mountain Lake Airport

Pine Mountain Lake Airport (E45) has been the gateway to Yosemite National Park for more than 30 years. It is a public airport located in Groveland on Ferretti road. For a description of the airport see: http://www.airnav.com/airport/E45 It is home for more than 100 airplanes, many of them rare and historical. It average 90 takeoffs and landings a day.

The airport is also the base for a large group of lady's pilots

 

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Location

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Latitude: 37.8616069 Longitude: -120.1778555 Elevation: 2920 ft
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About this Establishment

The airport is also home of the PMLAA (Pine Mountain Lake Aviation Association), an aviation group with more than 250 members (see the website for more information).

The group meets the first Saturday of every month and invites everybody to participate. The meetings are normally potlock dinners with a speaker. A newsletter is published every month.

Every year, PMLAA also organizes an airport day and the EAA flies the Young Eagle program (http://www.youngeagles.org/) to introduce young people to the beauty of flying.

Finally PMLAA organize safety seminars and works closely with the airport director.

PMLAA hosts every year "It's a Wrap" a Toy Drive For Needy Children.

Time Period Represented

The airport was built with the Pine Mountain Lake development in the seventies.

Hours Open

24 hours

Visitor Fees

no fee

Seasons Open

All

ADA Accessibility Notes

Accessible

Pet Friendly Notes

Pet friendly

Comments

For more information about the Pine Mountain Lake Aviation Association (PMLAA) please visit http://www.pmlaa.org

Eric Henderson, 11/29/2012

Absolutely one of the finest airports and associations one could ever want. Visit it sometime.

Guy Watson, 11/29/2012

If you are visiting Groveland and traveling with children and teens, Rainbow Pools is fun stop as well as the Public Library that has wifi, a skateboard park and historical museum. After a meal at the Country club I let my kids hit a bucket of balls. Buys me a few minutes of quiet and everyone is happy.

Tina Leatherwood, 11/30/2012

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