Sporting a 4,800-foot, uncontrolled, paved runway, with a pilot-activated runway lighting system, Perkins Field is located approximately 70 miles northeast of Las Vegas, just minutes from Lake Mead's Overton Beach in the picturesque Moapa Valley.
Ancient Anasazi ruins are easily accessible at the nearby Lost City Museum and the Valley of Fire State Park is located just a short drive away.
Originally established in 1947, the airport was built to provide an emergency landing area for aircraft departing Nellis Air Force Base. Perkins Field is named for two local young men, Woodruff and Elwood Perkins, who were killed in World Wars I and II, respectively.
N 3634.1 / W 11426.6
CTAF 122.8 unmanned
RWY 13/31: 4,800 x 75 ft. (1,463 x 23 m), Surface: Asphalt
Fuel Grade 100 Gasoline
National Weather Service
Non-Towered Airport Flight Operations
Located 2 miles North of Overton at 1110 Airport Rd, Overton, NV 89040
For information about services and facilities, please contact:
North Las Vegas Airport
2730 Airport Drive, Suite 101
North Las Vegas, NV 89032
Web site: www.vgt.aero