Three Forms of Major Transportation
Price County Airport, located in Phillips
The Price County Airport (PBH) is a corporate/transport-
type airport with two runways. The North-South runway is
5,220 feet; the East-West runway is 3,950 feet. The airport
features on-demand remote lighting, NDB, GPS, and PAPI
& VASI landing. Price County Airport sells Jet A, 100LL,
and MOGAS. The terminal is open 24 hours per day, 7 days
per week and has land available to build a hanger. For more
information, call 715-339-3701.
Park Falls Municipal Airport
The Park Falls Municipal Airport (PKF) is located in Park
Falls and offers pilot-controlled lighting and NDB & GPS
approaches. The North-South runway extends 3,500 feet.
100LL self-serve fuel is available. The terminal is open 24
hours per day, 7 days per week. For more information, call
Prentice Municipal Airport
The Prentice Municipal Airport offers pilot control lighting
and has a 3,250 foot East-West runway. Located between
two village industrial parks, you can taxi to your business.
Parking ramp and hanger sites are available on village land.
Price County's major transportation corridors are U.S.
Highway 8 and State Highways 13 & 70. A network of
major intersecting highways provides convenient freight
access throughout the county. To learn more, contact the
highway commissioner at 715-339-3081.
The Canadian National Railroad services the major
communities of Price County. The tracks of the Canadian
National Railroad roughly parallel Highway 13 and U.S.
Highway 8 from Minnesota to Michigan.
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