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Katama Airpark Airport serves Edgartown and Dukes County and is owned by the Town Of Edgartown. The airport has more than one runway. The longest is a turf runway extending 4000 feet. The facility is at an elevation of 20 feet at a distance of about 2 miles from Edgartown.

Nearby accommodations include Kelley House, Colony Harbor View, Clarion Crgh Marthas Vineyard, and The Winnetu Inn & Resort, within about 3 miles of the facilities.

Location: RFD Box 326, Katama Airpark Airport, Edgartown Massachusetts 02539 Telephone 508-627-4033 Fax 508-627-1326

Other Transportation nearby:
(Newport) Bareboat Sailing Charters
(Hyannis) Barnstable Municipal Airport
(Warren) Bay Queen Cruises
(Providence) Bonanza Buses
(Marstons Mills) Cape Cod Airport
(Chatham) Chatham Municipal Airport

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