Cascade, Idaho USA


Economic Impact

According to the 2008 Idaho Airport System Plan, Cascade Airport had a total economic impact of over $3 million locally in 2007, while Valley County airports (Big Cr., Cascade, Donald D. Coski, Johnson Cr., McCall) had a combined economic impact of more than $33 million. Idaho airports statewide had a collective economic impact of $2.1 billion in 2007.

Airport/Facility Directory


Cascade Airport became operational as a basic dirt/grass strip in June 1949. Encompassing 75 acres, the airport is located two miles SE of the city of Cascade along State Highway 55, has 24 tie-downs and 37 hangars, and averages 8,000–9,000 operations per year. For nearly 40 years now, the U.S. Mail has been delivered weekly to backcountry areas via airplane from Cascade Airport – the last crossfit before such airmail route in the Lower 48 States.