Fun Places to Fly in OHIO

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Airport Cafe - Urbana, OH

Good food, homemade pies & cakes, cheap prices. - Submitted by bobhuber

Austin Landing/Wright B flyer/ Commander Aero - Miamisburg, OH

When looking for a place to fly, Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport KMGY is always a great stop. Located within walking distance to Austin Landing, a shopping outlet filled with stores and great restaurants. Don't feel like driving? Call ahead and ask for the Crew Car at Commander Aero. They will be happy to let you take their Lexus out to either the Air Force Museum or out for lunch. They have the cheapest 100ll on the field and offer a 10cent AOPA discount. At KMGY there is also the Wright B museum, which hangars a flying Wright B Flyer. Open from 9:30 to 2:30pm Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. - Submitted by Evan Skrobot

Avalon Hotel - Warren, OH

Flew into Youngstown from CDW. Winner avation took care of us.......Gave us a courtesy ride to the Avalon Hotel, good rates, good food, 2 nice courses, and dog friendly. Would recommend it for a get away. - Submitted by Alex

Carroll County-Tolson Airport - Carrollton, OH

Nice, quaint diner, nice people good breakfast & lunch. - Submitted by kmndsy

Champaign Aviation Museum - Urbana, OH

Located at Grimes Field in Urbana, Ohio. The Museum’s purpose is to restore and preserve aircraft specifically but not limited to the aircraft of World War II. It is also the intent of the Museum to operate these aircraft for static and flying displays. Stop in for a visit! Exciting times are ahead! New events and activities are coming up for the museum and our B17 project! Museum Hours Tuesday-Friday: 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Closed Sunday and Monday Tour groups or for other times, please call the museum for information. 937-652-4710 Admission is FREE. Donations are welcome in assisting efforts in the restoration rebuild of the B-17 project and maintenance of the facility. http://www.facebook.com/pages/CAM-Champaign-Aviation-Museum/121903357954105 Champaign Aviation Museum is located on Grimes Field as well as the Grimes Flying Lab the Airport Cafe! What a great way to spend a Saturday checking out history! Fly in or drive in! - Submitted by Pearl

Cherrybend Pheasant Farm - Wilmington, OH

An Ohio pheasant hunting destination. 640 acres of a working grain farm and wingshooting preserve offering guided pheasant, quail and chukar hunts. Sporting clays and lodging offered. Fly in on site to Hollister field 2B6 a well manicured 3200 x 80 ft grass strip near Wilmington,Ohio. . Enjoy a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere with country hospitality. Family owned and operated. - Submitted by Beth Ellis

Fremont Airport Fremont Flight Academy - Fremont, OH

The Fremont Airport has been family owned and operated since it opened in 1963 and is one of the largest privately owned airports in Northwest Ohio, possibly the entire state. We provide flight training for new students and pilots looking to add a rating. We also have hangar space to rent, maintenance services, and fuel 100LL. Our service is top notch and our rates are competitive. Contact us to see how we can be of service to you. 419.332.8037 - Submitted by Molly Johnson

Frisch's Big Boy and Butler County Warbirds - Middletown, OH

After landing taxi down to Butler County Warbirds. Walk across the street and enjoy a nice meal at Frisch's Big Boy, or do like we sometimes do and just get their dessert to go. Butler County Warbirds has a bench outside so enjoy your dessert at the airport. Before you leave be sure to check out the museum. - Submitted by Jason Stechschulte

Gallia Meigs - Gallipolis, OH

Great place to fly for a wings. Buffalo Wild Wings 1/4 mile away. Runways 5 and 23 3,998x75 ,asphalt, CTA 123.00 - Submitted by McGiver

Green County-Lewis A. Jackson Regional Airport - Xenia, OH

8-17-06 flew to Dayton for a family affair but managed to take a day to visit the Air Force Museum - allow more TIME!! Lots to see. Highly recommend the Pine Club in Dayton and the Golden Lamb in Lebanon for dinner, both are very, very good. Folks at the airport are very friendly and helpful. This airport is10 miles E of Dayton. A courtesy car is available but Enterprise can provide a rental. pt/N732TY - Submitted by pamtoth
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