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Kuttawa Harbor Seaplane Base serves Kuttawa and Lyon County and is owned by Perkins Marine & Harbor Inc. A distance of 10000 feet is provided for seaplanes to land. The facility is at an elevation of 359 feet at a distance of about one mile from Kuttawa.

Nearby accommodations include Hampton Inn Kuttawa, Regency Inn, Days Inn Kuttawa, Country Hearth Eddyville, and Microtel Grand Rivers, within about 10 miles of the facilities.

Location: Kuttawa Kentucky Telephone 502-388-2840

Other Transportation nearby:
(Paducah) Barkley Regional Airport
(Paducah) Farrington Airpark Airport
(Hopkinsville) Hopkinsville-Christian County Airport
(Kuttawa) Kuttawa Harbor Seaplane Base
(Murray) Kyle-Oakley Field Airport
(Mayfield) Mayfield Graves County Airport

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