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June 16, 2018 - Treasure Valley Chapter Garden Valley (U88) Father's Day Fly-In Potluck

Camp-out and join the potluck BBQ; bring something to cook and something to share.  Griddles and grills provided. Annual Treasure Valley Chapter fundraiser breakfast on Sunday the 17th.  For more information contact Chapter President Joe Grubiak at 208-514-9258 or

June 17, 2018 - Treasure Valley Chapter Father's Day Fly-In Breakfast (U88)
7:00 a.m. - ?

Annual Treasure Valley Chapter fundraiser breakfast.  Try Chef Jerry's latest dish, along with delicious beer batter pancakes and all the fixens'. Camp out the night before and join the potluck BBQ. For more information contact Chapter President Joe Grubiak at 208-514-9258 or

Garden Valley Airstrip Description

IAA District 3 - Director Joe Grubiak

This airstrip is a popular fly-in picnic and camping spot because of its location near Boise and its excellent maintenance by the Idaho Division of Aeronautics. Camping facilities include shelters, tables, fire places, toilets and showers.

During the open season (spring through fall), Aeronautics provides a full time caretaker and courtesy pickup truck ($5 per day, 30-cents per mile). Caretaker is Annie Wade. Shop phone is(208)462-6036.

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Standard Operating Procedure

Airstrip Classification: COMMUNITY

Airstrips may have additional navigational aids and radio service and other services associated with proximity to communities or other attractions. Typically located near a community with access to full-service roads and close to some development.
Maintenance: Clear vegetation, remove obstacles, blade, mow, treat, fertilize, water, treat invasive and noxious weed, and make spot treatments to maintain an improved airstrip surface.

This information has been compiled from a number of sources. The status of airstrip facilities, conditions, available services, ownership, and managers are constantly changing. The Idaho Aviation Association assumes no responsibility for incomplete or inaccurate information contained herein.

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