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Lake County Airport:

Located near Lakeview, has a 100 foot wide, mile long, lighted runway that has recently been re-surfaced.  The runway is able to handle larger aircraft such as C-130 retardant aircraft and corporate jets.  The airport is available for courier service as well as private and charter planes.  The Lakeview area offers a year round, mostly fog free climate for the aircraft. 

Paisley Airport:

There is a County-owned airport 0.5 miles north of Paisley.  It offers lighted, 60 x 4400’ paved runway.

Christmas Valley Airport:

The Christmas Valley Airport is owned by the Christmas Valley Parks and Recreation District.  It has a 60 x 5200’ paved runway with radio controlled landing lights.  The parking and tie-down area is also paved.    


The Southern part of Lake County is served by Oregon State Route 140, which travels east and west.  As well as, US Highway 395 traverses north and south.  The Northern part of Lake County is served by Oregon Route 31.  Route 31 runs northwest-southeast and is a two lane rural road. 

Driving times to major connecting routes include:

3.5 hours to I-5 (Medford, OR)

4.5 hours to I-80 (Reno, NV)

Driving distances to selected cities from Lakeview (one way):

  • Klamath Falls, OR       96 miles
  • Bend, OR                     193 miles
  • Medford, OR               170 miles
  • Portland, OR               370 miles
  • Reno, NV                     243 miles
  • Boise, ID                      344 miles
  • San Francisco, CA      428 miles


Several companies serve and transport through Lake County.


Daily service is provided by 2 local trucking firms.


A spur line, owned by Lake County, connects with the Union Pacific mainline in Klamath Falls, OR via Alturas, CA (55 miles south).




UPS and Federal Express provide weekday service to the Lake County.