Winsted Municipal Airport

Located only 30 minutes from the Twin Cities metro area, the Winsted Municipal Airport is an ideal spot for general aviation enthusiasts.  The Winsted Airport is located on the southwestern edge of the City of Winsted.  

With a 3,200-foot grass landing strip and bituminous taxiways, the Winsted Airport offers a unique experience for both seasoned and new pilots.

Winsted Airport hosts a variety of airplanes, including sing-engine and experimental aircraft.  The Airport offers pilots from around the area a chance to fly into an airport loaded with many of the amenities of a larger, airport without having to fight with all of the traffic.

The runway is a grass surface, east-west (09-27); the landing strip is 3,200 feet long and 400 feet wide.  It will handle light, twin engine and smaller aircraft. 

The Winsted Airport Frequency is 122.9 with an elevation of 1030.  It is located outside the 30-mile mode "C" veil for Minneapolis.  Princeton is the closest flight service station.

One hundred low-lead fuel is available for sale and the Airport usually has an attendant on duty.  If not, there are contact numbers available in the Arrival/Departure Building.

Besides boasting a 3,200 foot grass strip, the Winsted Airport also offers a number of other amenities, including:

  • Access to aviation fuel
  • Administration Office - Open 24 hours a day
  • Hangars and Sites available for lease to erect hangars
  • Runway Lights in place and available navigation aids
  • Plenty of automobile parking
  • Available tie-downs 


Anyone interested in receiving more information related to the Winsted Municipal Airport or leasing hangar space should contact Winsted City Hall at (320) 485-2366 or Contact Us


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