Q: Is a plat of the development available?
A: Yes, you can see the plat here.
Q: What progress has been made to the runway, and when will it be paved?
A: The 3000 foot by 50 foot runway was designed by a professional engineering firm with no compromise in quality. A 4000 by 200 foot clearing was clear-cut, removing all stumps, rocks and debris. The area was then leveled and prepared for a rock base comprised of 8 inches of foundation, which has now been laid. A first layer of paving will be followed by the final finishing paving layer. Paving will be completed by the end of April 2008.
Q: Who is doing the runway construction and pavement?
A: APAC of Tennessee, a large national paving company, experienced in airport runways construction.
Q: Are there airpark covenants and restrictions for Piney Creek Airpark?
A: Yes, you can download a copy here.
Q: Do you have a video of the airpark?
A: Watch an aerial video of Piney Creek Airpark.
Q: Is fuel available on the Airpark?
A: No, this is a private-use airpark. No commercial activity is permitted. However, fuel storage in limited quantities is permitted for personal use.
Q: Can non-pilots own a lot at Piney Creek Airpark?
A: Yes, flying is not the only activity that can be enjoyed by residents. However, reasonable maintenance fees apply to all.
Q: What about electric, water, etc?
A: Each property owner will have their own well on their lot. A local well driller can be recommended by the developer. The water is high quality pure mountain spring water. Electric and phone lines (including high speed internet) have been run UNDERGROUND into Piney Creek Airpark, and are accessible at the main road. No utility poles will be visible (permitted) in the community! Sewage is handled by septic tanks and drain fields installed by homeowner. Contractors can be recommended.
Q: Are there restrictions on the type of aircraft that can be used at Piney Creek?
A: If it flies, bring it. However, flight safety and courtesy to our neighbors is paramount.
Q: What is the orientation of the Piney Creek runway?
A: Runways are 10 and 28.
Q: Are the approach and departure routes free of obstacles?
A: Yes, very clear.