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Jenkins Airport serves Wyoming and Kent County and is owned by Joe C. Jenkins. The airport has more than one runway. The longest is a turf runway extending 2842 feet. The facility is at an elevation of 53 feet at a distance of about one mile from Wyoming.

Nearby accommodations include Sheraton Dover Hotel, Comfort Inn Dover, Comfort Suites Dover, Hampton Inn Dover De, Delaware Capital Inn, Super 8 Dover, Days Inn Dover Intown, and Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Dover, within about 10 miles of the facilities.

Location: Wyoming Delaware Telephone 302-697-7743

Other Transportation nearby:
(Wildwood) Cape May County Dinner Cruise
(Lewes) Cape May-Lewes Ferry
(Wildwood) Captain Schumann's Boat Rides
(Wildwood) Captain Sinn's Marine Center
(Elkton) Cecil County Airpark Airport
(Dover) Delaware Airpark Airport

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