Rohnerville airport is located within Humboldt County in Northern California. With a short 3 miles flight north you’ll find yourself above the city of Fortuna. To the south is the town of Rio Dell and to the East is Hydesville.
Just under a mile to the west is the Eel River, along which are included approximately 22 miles of photoreal imagery - from the mouth of the river further to the west, past the airport and carrying on through a valley all the way to the communities of Holmes and Larabee.
The airport itself has one 4,005ft asphalt runway. In 2004 on average the airport had 75 aircraft operations per day, or 27,500 annually. 36 aircraft are based at Rohnerville, the majority of which are single engine fixed-wing however, there are some multi-engine and rotorcraft based here too. On the southern apron are pumps and storage tanks, these are used by CAL FIRE aircraft to load fire retardant into Grumman S-2T’s. This helps combat the wildfires that frequently occur in California.