Airport-Willard Field

Willard Field Airport in Tekoa, Washington was named after William Willard, a local farmer who donated 25 acres of land for the airport in the early 1940s.  The airport is publicly owned and managed by the City of Tekoa.  It has been operational since October 1, 1945, and has one runway with an asphalt surface.  The airport is open to the public and offers self-service fuel with credit card payment.