Bed-ah-Wick Field

Bed-ah-Wick Field

is a very small private gravel/turf airport in Princeton, WI, that single engine prop planes can land. There is no control tower and no radio. Pilots must either visually guide their plane in for a landing or use the nearest radio to the airport for navigational aids. The airport is for private use and is privately owned. Permission is required prior to landing. A windsock is used to determine the ground wind direction and speed. The airfield was established May 1958.


*Runway 18/36 1,800 x 100 ft. (549 x 30 m) turf with low intensity runway edge lighting.
*Two former east / west runways, 1,300 ft and 1,700 ft long, are currently used as taxiways.


*A home-built Kraetzner Sky-Buggy crashed in a marsh north of the field following take-off August 20, 1995. []
*A Piper PA-28-140 was substantially damaged when it crash landed in a marsh north of the field on September 8, 1994. One minor injury. []

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