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        NOTAM: Important Information on Policies and Procedures During JAC Closure

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        Driggs Airport

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        Driggs-Reed Airport

        253 Warbird Lane
        Driggs, Idaho 83422

        Teton Aviation (FBO)

        Phone: (208) 354-3100

        Airport Administrator

        Phone: (208) 354-2362 x 2190
        Email: lkyle@driggsidaho.org

        Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
        Friday 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

        Local Info & Services

        Teton Valley is a vibrant and active world of adventure including:  Skiing, snowmobiling, Flying, Hiking, Biking, Golfing, Horseback riding, fishing, river floating, etc. Nestled to the west of the Teton Range, the valley includes three towns (from North to South) Tetonia, Driggs, and Victor.  KDIJ is located on the edge of Driggs and the heart of downtown is an easy walk or bike from the airport- you can even borrow a bike from if you'd like.

        Driggs offers an eclectic assortment of fine restaurants & pubs, grocery stores, and adventure-focused retail and tour businesses.  Two museums highlight the history and geology of the area. If you want to venture a little further, you can visit the Grand Teton Brewery in Victor or the Grand Teton Distillery , an Idaho potato vodka producer just north of the airport.

        A bus ride away is the Grand Targhee ski resort with world-class skiing in the winter and world-class mountain biking in the summer.  As well as some truly spectacular views.  So please stay awhile, look around, and enjoy exploring the explorer's paradise.

        Camping & Biking

        The airport camping project is a collaborative effort between the RAF, the Idaho Aviation Association (IAA), the City of Driggs, and the Driggs Airport Board. A cedar pavilion will provide shelter, and amenities include a picnic table, barbecue, fire ring, electricity, water, and a port-a-potty. Pilots will also have access to bicycles provided by the IAA Borrow-A-Bike program.

        “Driggs is a world-class destination for the pilot community, with access to hiking, biking, fishing, floating, golf, and a small town with numerous shops and restaurants,” Riley said. “Teton Aviation located on the field is a full-service FBO including a great restaurant and a collection of Warbirds in the adjacent museum.”

        “For pilots seeking an overnight stop en route to the Idaho and Montana backcountry, this is camping with a view of the Grand Tetons and access to food, supplies, and fuel,” Riley said. In addition to being a camping destination, the campground will be available for clubs or other group fly-ins. 

        “This project is well-aligned with the RAF mission of using aircraft to access recreational resources,” Riley said. “It also has the potential to be a base camp or an outpost for the RAF goals of creating regional flying locations with high recreational value,” he added.

        Pavilion and basic amenities for underwing camping at KDIJ airport.

        Underwing camping at the airport.

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        Airport Headquarters
        253 Warbird Lane
        Driggs, Idaho 83422

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